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Online Features

Detail view of the gilded coffin of the priest of Heryshef, Nedjemankh


MetCollects celebrates works of art new to the collection by borrowing the fresh eyes of photographers and the enthusiastic voices of curators, conservators, and, at times, the living artists, collectors, and supporters.

Temple of Dendur

The Met 360° Project

This award-winning series of six short videos invites viewers around the world to virtually visit The Met's art and architecture in a fresh, immersive way. Created using spherical 360° technology, it allows viewers to explore some of the Museum's iconic spaces as never before.

Colorful illustration of an ancient-style statue wearing a helmet and holding a paintbrush in one hand and holding a paint bucket aloft in the other


#MetKids is a digital feature made for, with, and by kids. Explore The Met with our interactive map and travel a world of art in our time machine. Watch behind-the-scenes videos that feature kids just like you. With fun facts and creative projects for the galleries or at home, #MetKids has been inspired, tested, and approved by real kids ages 7–12. Be part of it!

Detail view of a marble sculpture in which we see a hand grasping another piece of flesh

Viewpoints: Body Language

How does the sculpted body communicate? Hear from Met experts, leading authorities, and rising stars, each with a diverse perspective on the language of gesture, facial expression, and pose.

Man in American paintings gallery turning to look at a painting on his left

The Artist Project

The Artist Project asks artists to reflect on what art is and what inspires them from across 5,000 years of art. Their unique and passionate ways of seeing and experiencing art reveal the power of a museum and encourage all visitors to look in a personal way.

A close-up of a dark-green stone sculpture's face

82nd & Fifth

82nd & Fifth asks 100 curators to talk about 100 works of art that changed the way they see the world. One curator, one work of art, two minutes at a time. This series demonstrates that the voice of authority, up close, is inspirational.

An elegant woman wearing a zigzag-striped jacket standing in a paintings gallery


Connections asks curators, conservators, librarians, educators, editors, designers, photographers, security personnel, and others to offer personal perspectives on the collection. The series introduces a seductive and illuminating means of access to The Met collection.

A collage of close-up images of art objects in The Met's collection

One Met. Many Worlds.

One Met. Many Worlds. presents highlights of The Met collection through fun, provocative, and layered concepts in English, العربية, 中文, français, Deutsch, italiano, 日本語, 한국어, português, pyсский, and español.