#MetKids—Animation Inspired by Battles and Ancient Greek Art

See what our young 7–12-year-old animators made at our pilot #MetKids Animation Lab, held June 30–July 3, 2014! At the Museum, kids explored the theme of “Jumping into the Met” by examining works of art on display in the galleries and creating their own narratives based on the artworks using stop-motion animation to jump into the story.


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#MetKids is a digital feature made for, with, and by kids!

About #MetKids

#MetKids Contributors: John, Nathaniel, and Tristan

Education Advisors: Emily Blumenthal, Jennifer Kalter, David Bowles, Betsy Gibbons, Michelle Hagewood

Produced in collaboration with The Good School.

Original animation inspired by a terracotta volute-krater.

Kevin MacLeod, “Killing Time”
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

A production of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Good School.

Closed captioning for this video is available in ten additional languages:

#MetKids—فيلم رسوم متحركة مستوحىً من فنون معارك الإغريق القديمة.
#MetKids—Animation inspirée par les batailles et l’art grec ancient
#MetKids—Trickfilm, inspiriert von Schlachten und der antiken griechischen Kunst
#MetKids—Animazione Ispirata da Battaglie e Arte dell’Antica Grecia
#MetKids—전투와 고대 그리스 예술에 영감을 받은 애니메이션
#MetKids—Animação inspirada pela Arte e pelas Batalhas da Grécia Antiga
#MetKids—Мультфильм, навеянный сражениями и искусством Древней Греции
#MetKids—Animación inspirada en las batallas y el arte griego antiguo

Supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies.

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