Metropolitan Museum of Art

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  • Metropolitan Museum Of Art

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    this assignment, I visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. This museum has many magnificent pieces of art from all over the world. It also offers many programs for students of all ages and for all different types of educational experiences. There are many ideas and ways that a trip to this museum can be incorporated in a global history classroom. The Metropolitan Museum of Art offers many programs for students from Kindergarten to High School. The museum offers courses for students

  • The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Essay

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    New York City, The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the largest and most influential art museums in the world. The Met houses an extensive collection of curated works that spans throughout various time periods and different cultures. The context of museums, especially one as influential as the Met, inherently predisposes its visitors to a set of understandings that subtly influence how they interpret and ultimately construct meanings about each individual object within a museum. By analyzing two

  • The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Essay

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    York City, The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the largest and most influential art museums in the world. The Met houses an extensive collection of curated works that spans throughout various time periods and different cultures. The context of museum, especially one as influential as the Met, inherently predisposes its visitors to a certain set of understandings that subtly influence how they interpret and ultimately construct meanings about each individual object within the museum. Brent Plate

  • Descriptive Essay: The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

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    Logan April 2017 The Metropolitan Museum of Art I grew up in a small town in upstate New York where the closest supermarket was a 15-minute drive. A few times a year my mom would take me and my siblings to the Big Apple and expose us to city life. I always loved the city - the lights, the skyscrapers, the street filled with people - it captivated me. One of the places we would visit was the Metropolitan Museum of Art, otherwise known as the Met. I remember walking through the museum in awe – everything

  • Essay A Day at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    A Day at the Metropolitan Museum of Art I. Jan van Eyck’s “Last Judgment” Jan van Eyck was active since 1422 and died in 1441. He was the most celebrated painter of the fifteen-century in Europe. One of his famous works is “The Last Judgment”. At first sight this work immediately attracted my attention. The painting’s stunning colors and the fact that it reminded me of a previous similar work I have seen, triggered in my mind. The material that is used is oil on canvas, transferred

  • Case Study: The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

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    A study case: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the best social media practices The Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York is a benchmark in the innovation of digital communication strategies and uses of social media. It has 1,272,482 followers in Facebook and 913,642 followers in Twitter. (Museum Analytics website). The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met) has one of the largest and most important art collections in the world, divided into 19 departments, each one with a specialized roster of curators

  • Museum Field Trips to National Gallery of Art (NGA) and The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    The two sites that I have chosen to compare are the National Gallery of Art (NGA) and The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met). The reason I chose these specific sites was the first images I saw which made me want to explore the webpages. I will be comparing the visual quality of the homepage, pictures, text, and content along with the overall quality of the two sites. I will go into detail about the differences and which site, in my opinion, would be more enjoyable based on their website.

  • My Experience at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York

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    Never before have I seen a museum as grand as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. From its architecture to its massive art collection, The Met has a little bit of everything and one is sure to find something that captures his or her interest. Considering that The Met is the United States' largest art museum, it is easy to get lost within its many corridors and wings. My visit to The Met took place during the last week of July. Despite the almost unbearable heat and humidity that hung in the

  • The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

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    Countless art has been sought-after throughout history. Explorers, scientists, art collectors, politicians, and entrepreneurs from Western nations have sought out and removed art from the lands of great civilizations, often with the assistance and participation of local people and governments. Even as cultural property faces immediate danger today in conflict zones like Syria and Mali, there is circumstantial evidence that some nations are awakening to the political and foreign policy benefits that

  • The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

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    In the Metropolitan Museum of Art, two paintings are exhibited taking place in the 1800s. These artists have similarities and differences viewpoints of the environment in their painting and it helps people get a glance of what the 1800s were like. The first painting was by a man named George Caleb Bingham. Bingham was born March 20, 1811, Augusta County, Virginia to Mary Amend and Henry Vest Bingham and died July 7, 1879, in Kansas City, Missouri. Bingham was a self taught artist. He’s well

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