How to watch
Please note: Prerecorded videos will be available Friday, February 12.
Celebrate with a dance and musical performance by The New York Korean Performing Arts Center in The Met’s Astor Court. Please note: This program is prerecorded.
Saturday, February 13, 1–1:45 pm
Join us on Instagram Live to get inspired by works of art from The Met collection and experiment with different drawing approaches in celebration of Lunar New Year. Tag us at @MetTeens to be featured on the Met Teens Instagram account. Recommended for ages 13–18.
Light up the sky with a nature-inspired confetti popper made with teaching artist Maria Yoon. Please note: This program is prerecorded. It is offered in both English and Korean.
Create your own zodiac animal charm to wear as you dance into the New Year with teaching artist Padma Rajendran. Please note: This program is prerecorded.
Dragons are believed to possess great power, dignity, fertility, and wisdom. Create a dragon puppet for good luck with teaching artist Chemin Hsiao. Please note: This program is prerecorded. It is offered in both English and Mandarin.
COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS AND TALKS
Members of The Met’s Advisory Committee on Cultural Engagement and the Department of Asian Art share their families’ Lunar New Year traditions. Please note: This program is prerecorded.
Mark your virtual Bingo board as you gather Lunar New Year gifts, decorations, and food from Manhattan’s Chinatown’s small businesses. Share what you uncover on social media using #MetLunar. Learn more.
Image: Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art