#MetKids—Animation Inspired by Jewelry and a Renaissance Portrait

Check out the stop-motion films made by our 7–12-year-old animators at the second annual #MetKids Animation Lab, held June 29–July 2, 2015! Exploring the theme “The Met, Inside Out,” kids spent time learning about art in the galleries, then worked in teams to create short animated films that address the question: What would happen if the Met’s art entered your world?


Listen beautiful relax classics on our Youtube channel.

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

About #MetKids

#MetKids Contributors: Amelia, Bailey, Cass, Eve

Education Advisors: Emily Blumenthal, Mary Ann Bonet, Hollie Ecker, Betsy Gibbons, Jennifer Kalter

Produced in collaboration with The Good School.

Inspired by “Margaret of Austria” by Jean Hey (called Master of Moulins).

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

#MetKids— فيلم رسوم متحركة مستوحىً من المجوهرات ورسمة من عصر النهضة.
#MetKids—Animation Inspirée par des bijoux et un portrait de la Renaissance
#MetKids—Animation inspiriert von Schmuck und einem Renaissance-Porträt
#MetKids—Animazione Ispirata a Gioielli e un Ritratto Rinasciementale
#MetKids—보석과 르네상스 초상화에서 영감 받은 애니메이션
#MetKids—Animação inspirada por Jóias e um Retrato Renascentista
#MetKids—Мультфильм, навеянный украшениями и портретом эпохи Ренессанса
#MetKids—Animación inspirada en joyas y retrato renacentista

Supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies.

© 2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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