Tag archives for Metropolitan Museum of Art
Nobody would fault you for heading to New York City in the spring when Central Park blooms big or, really, in any of the seasons—but to see the city in a full-on glittery Christmas frenzy, winter can’t be beat.
Spending an art-filled day museum-hopping in New York City with my twin girls is even better than front-row seats at a Laurie Berkner concert—an equal thrill for the three of us with none of the jostling.
Our pal Ford Cochran was in New York City this past weekend for the opening of the Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures from the National Museum, Kabul exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. And even better, he got a private tour of the exhibit from its curator, National Geographic Fellow Fred Hiebert. Here’s a snippet from…