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A Scholars' Day Workshop: Collecting Byzantine and Islamic Art Part 5

Organized by The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Center for the History of Collecting in America at The Frick Collection, this Scholars' Day workshop took place in the Byzantium and Islam: Age of Transition exhibition galleries and the New Galleries for the Art of the Arab Lands, Turkey, Iran, Central Asia, and Later South Asia. Scholars and curators were invited to speak about different aspects of collecting Byzantine and Islamic works of art.

Recorded Monday, June 4, 2012

Part Five of Six

Icons of Arab Art at the Met and Their Collectors
Marilyn Jenkins-Madina, Ph.D., Curator Emerita, Department of Islamic Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Credits

Produced and Directed by Christopher Noey
Editor: Sarah Cowan
Camera: Jessica Glass and Wayne de la Roche
Lighting Director: Ned Hallick
Sound Recording: David Raymond
Production Coordinator: Stephanie Wuertz
Production Assistant: Robin Schwalb

Collections, Medieval Art and The Cloisters (77)

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Sorrow's Universal Language
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Empathy through Mimicry
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The Hidden Body Speaks
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Four Hands, Many Meanings
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Everyday Angels
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Framed by the Body
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Falconry at The Cloisters
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The Cloisters: Part Two
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The Cloisters: Part One
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The Cloisters: Part Three
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The Cloisters: Part Four
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Hunt of the Unicorn
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Red Monastery
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Stones of Medieval Italy
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Hanukkah: A Higher Holiday
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