Join a panel of disability studies scholars, Met curators and educators, and other experts to discuss narratives of disability in art museums. Note: Space is limited; advance registration is recommended. Register Now The accessible entrance to The Met Audio Assistive This
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Unleash your creativity during an art-making workshop in the galleries and studios. No prior experience necessary. Registration required. This program is created in partnership with the National Museum of the American Indian. Free; all materials provided. Register Now Presented in
The sitter, born Grace Dalrymple, styled herself Mrs. Elliott and was the divorced wife of the Scottish physician Dr. (later Sir) John Eliot. Her parents had separated during her infancy, and her mother died while she was still a child