Internships for College and Graduate Students
Based upon their academic training and interests, as well as the availability of projects, college- and graduate-level interns work in one of the Metropolitan's administrative areas—curatorial, education, conservation, administration, or library.
Think and look at art creatively, delve into a range of art-making practices, interact with artists, and make your own artwork inspired by five thousand years of contemporary art.
MetSpeaks features lectures, discussions, talks, symposia, films, and forums in which compelling voices explore timely issues that connect to the Met's exhibitions and permanent collection.
Explore the vast world of art and culture through the lens of various viewpoints in programs ranging from gallery tours to storytelling sessions and interactive experiences with works of art.
Sunday at the Met
Gain insight into the Museum and its exhibitions through engaging afternoon programs organized around specific themes.
Experience dazzling and thought-provoking performances in the context of the Met's unparalleled collection and exhibitions.
Libraries and Study Centers
The Museum's libraries contain books, periodicals, photographs, manuscripts, and other scholarly resources in printed and electronic formats. The Museum also maintains several specialized study centers with images, documentation, and actual objects on display or on reserve for examination by researchers.