Met News: June 2016

Explore iconic spaces in 360° video, learn what artists see when they look at The Met, and make the Museum fun with #MetKids.
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Met News June 2016
Spend Summer at The Met
Now that summer is here, we hope you'll beat the city heat by visiting any of our galleries or exhibitions at The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Cloisters, and The Met Breuer.
Or you can always visit The Met anytime (and from anywhere) via The Met App or online, where rich digital experiences take you behind the scenes and bring you closer to the art than ever before.
Immerse Yourself in The Met's Most Iconic Spaces
Explore The Met like you never have before—in 360° video! From the Neoclassical grandeur of The Great Hall to the serene Temple of Dendur in The Sackler Wing, a new series offers viewers a dynamic experience and unique perspective. To watch the videos, visit The Met's Facebook page.
Watch The Artist Project's Final Season
One hundred and twenty artists: myriad perspectives. Learn what artists see when they look at The Met in the sixth season of this award-winning web series, featuring artists Cecily Brown, Krishna Reddy, and Jeff Koons, among others. Subscribe to The Artist Project emails to receive episodes delivered directly to your inbox.
Art Is Always Fun with #MetKids!
Discover the digital feature made for, with, and by kids! Get inspired by videos, uncover new artworks and fun facts on the interactive map, hop in the time machine, and subscribe to the #MetKids newsletter for all the latest announcements.
Read Our Blogs for the Latest Happenings
Find out how more than 3,300 teens took The Met on May 20, preview the genre-bending new season of MetLiveArts, and discuss what it means for a work of art to be "finished" with The Met's artist in residence on our blogs.
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Images: Photo by Brett Beyer | 360° video courtesy The Met's Facebook page | #MetKids illustration by John Kerschbaum | Photo by Filip Wolak | Hyla Skopitz © The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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