Fri 6/24: Met Fridays: Pride!

  • Met Museum 1000 5th Avenue New York, NY, 10028 United States
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Fri 6/24: Met Fridays: Pride!

5 - 9pm, Free with museum admission

Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue (at 82nd St)

Celebrate Pride at The Met, featuring mix and mingle bars, performances, a silent dance party, gallery conversations, poetry readings and much more.

Full details and schedule at met.org/22Deuox
 

Special Met Fridays: Pride Activities:
Mix and Mingle-Bars

5-9pm. Meet new friends and catch up with old ones. Cash bar. 

3 bars including the Carroll and Milton Petrie European Sculpture Court (floor 1, opened especially for this pride event), plus The Great Hall Balcony Bar (floor 2) and The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden (weather permitting)

Love Heals! Silent Dance Party

5-9pm (a new dance session begins every hour) in the Temple of Dendur (floor 1). Select your personal musical journey during this silent dance celebration. Beats provided by Steve Travolta, Danny Krivit, Olivia Dope, and DJ Rekha. Hosted by Love Heals, the leading provider of youth-focused sexual health and HIV/AIDS education in New York City. 

Performance - ETHEL and Friends

Relax with music, cocktails, and appetizers. 

Gallery Conversation - Reinventing Ourselves

Museum educator William Crow explores modern and contemporary art that examines the complexities of identity and how artists reinvent themselves and others. 

Gallery Conversation - Flowers and Fragrance

Join a dialogue between perfumer Alexis Karl and educator Deborah Goldberg to explore depictions of flowers and their natural scents.

Performance-New York City Gay Men's Chorus

Experience the vibrant sounds and energy of NYCGMC. 

Performance - Janani Balasubramanian of DarkMatter

Enjoy poetry intertwined with science fiction, apocalypse, and riddles.

Panel Conversation-Gender: Who We Are from the Inside Out

Panelists discuss personal experiences, artistic expression, and new ideas relating to the intersectionality of gender, class, race, and regionality. With Elijah Nealy, Jodie Patterson, and Emil Wilbekin.