How to watch
Schedule of Events
Activities without times are available throughout the day. Programs are subject to change.
Suggested materials: paper lantern, small LED light, twist tie or wire, tassel or thread, charms or beads, patterned paper, glue stick, scissors, brush, and/or water-based paint
Use objects from around your home to create a mandala, a graphic pattern traditionally used for meditation, with teaching artist Padma Rajendran. Grab a pencil and paper and get started whenever you’re ready.
Suggested materials: paper, pencil, eraser, straightedge or ruler, colored pencils, crayons, pastels, and/or markers
Insider Insights—Celebrating the Year of the Tiger (English and Mandarin)
10–10:10 am (English)
10:30–10:40 am (Mandarin)
Explore the exhibition Celebrating the Year of the Tiger with Jason Sun, Brooke Russell Astor Curator of Chinese Art, discover depictions of tigers in The Met collection, and learn about their significance.
The Artist Project: Lee Mingwei
Explore Chinese ceremonial robes with Lee Mingwei as part of an online series in which artists respond to works of art in The Met collection.
Met Stories: Sharing My Mongolian Heritage through Works of Art
Ariun Sanjaajamts, founder of the New York Mongolian Cultural Council, unexpectedly discovers her Mongolian heritage and a new place to share it.
Bilingual Storytime with Drag Queen Story Hour
Look, listen, sing, and have fun with picture books in English and Cantonese with special guest Yuhua Hamasaki from Drag Queen Story Hour NYC. Recommended for families with children ages 18 months to 6 years.
Storytime with The Met: Bee-Bim Bop! by Linda Sue Park
Look, listen, sing, and have fun with a picture book with Met educator Christina. Recommended for families with children ages 18 months to 6 years.
Image: Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art