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The College Group at the Met (CGM) is a group of local college students who plan events and programs for other students. The CGM's mission is to enhance Museum programming with regard to local college students, to connect campus communities with the Museum, and to increase student engagement at the Museum. Through programming, the CGM creates opportunities for all students—from all backgrounds and academic majors—to encounter and explore the Met's collection in new ways.
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A Knight at the Met
Death Becomes You: A Haunted Affair
An Evening of Art and a Summer Sunset on the Met's Roof
Gowns and Glamour: A Fashionable Fête
Jewels by JAR Workshop with P.S. - I Made This...
A Brush with Asia
K-Art: Splendors from Silla to Seoul
Punk at the Met? Clothes for Heroes
Warhol's Factory at the Met
An Evening of Art and a Summer Sunset on the Met's Roof with Cloud City
Waist Up/Waist Down: An Evening of Schiaparelli and Prada
An Oasis at the Met
A Talk, Tour, and Drawing Class: Infinite Jest at the Met
Poetry Readings: NYU Students
McQueen for a Night
Gilded Ink: Selected Shorts Featuring Student Stories Inspired by Our Asian Art Collection
Pure Beauty: Baldessari at the Met
West Egg on the East Side: A (Great) Gatsby Party in The New American Wing
1977: Disco de Montebello
An Evening with Jeff Koons and Dr. Seuss!
Superheroes and Super Chic!
Lost in the City of Light
Black, White, and Modern All Over...
An Evening of Togas, Myths, and Muses
Mummies, Sex, and Science in the Ancient World
Through Venetian Eyes
We are no longer accepting applications for the 2015–16 College Group Committee. Please check back next summer to apply to the 2016–17 committee. Thank you!
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The College Group at the Met invites you to spend an evening in Egypt celebrating the exhibition Ancient Egypt Transformed: The Middle Kingdom (October 12, 2015–January 24, 2016).
Download the current Programs for Adults brochure (PDF), which includes gallery talks, exhibition tours, lectures, Sunday at the Met events, and art-making programs. You can also find up-to-date program listings on our online calendar.
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