Griffith Mann, Michel David-Weill Curator in Charge of the Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters, shares insights into five fascinating objects that capture the central focus of the exhibition Armenia!
Friday, November 2, 7 pm
The Met Fifth AvenueSyrian-Armenian visual artist Kevork Mourad illuminates the journey of the Armenian people from the fifth century onward with a multimedia work featuring his own live drawings and a new composition by the esteemed Armenian composer and pianist Vache Sharafyan.
Saturday, November 3, 3 pm
The Met Fifth AvenueQuite literally a blast from the past, the renowned vocal group TENET Vocal Artists considers ars subtilior (the more subtle art)—the experimental music created by a handful of renegade medieval musicians whose work was so shocking and ahead of its time that it would disappear for over half a millennium.
Friday, November 9, 5 pm
The Met Fifth AvenueGrab your friends and take over The Met for the night. Drop in for teen-only activities across the Museum including art making, performances, music, and more.
Free for teens ages 13–18; Museum admission not required. Learn more →
We are excited to announce that our Afternoon Tea service has been extended by popular demand! Join us daily from 2 to 4 pm (by reservation please) to enjoy a mixture of savory and sweet items and a selection of Harney & Sons Tea for $30 per person. See the menu.
Reservations can be made via OpenTable or by calling 212-570-3975.
The Great Hall Balcony Café & Bar
Enjoy salads, sandwiches, coffee, and desserts daily while overlooking the Great Hall. Sip cocktails and appetizers during live performances on Friday and Saturday evenings before or after exploring the collection. See the café menu. See the bar menu.