An Oasis at the Met Thursday, March 1, 8–11pm FREE
Escape from your books, essays, and exams and celebrate the Museum’s New Galleries for the Art of the Arab Lands, Turkey, Iran, Central Asia, and Later South Asia with the College Group at the Met.
Enjoy music, refreshments, the Museum’s glamorous ambiance, and much more. View the awe-inspiring new galleries on your own or on tours led by College Group committee members, and attend performances by musical guests Zikrayat (8:00 p.m.) and DJ Louie XIV (9:30 pm). RSVP to email@example.com. The event is free with a valid student ID. Guests are encouraged to dress to the nines in their best semiformal attire or national dress.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the creation and installation of the exquisite Moroccan Court, which sits at the heart of the new galleries. For more details contact the Met.
H and R block is preparing taxes free for a few more days.
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