Students are invited to an after-hours event featuring exhibition tours, games, behind-the-scenes experiences, sketching with Drawing New York, live music, refreshments, and more!
Our fall season exhibitions include, John Singer Sargent: Portraits in Charcoal, Illusions of the Photographer: Duane Michals at the Morgan, Verdi: Creating Otello and Falstaff—Highlights from the Ricordi Archive, and Guercino: Virtuoso Draftsman.
Thursday, November 14, 2019, 6–8 p.m.
Tickets: Free for college students with a valid school ID.
College Night is made possible with generous support from the Robert O. Lehman Foundation.
Drawing New York at the Morgan
Join artist Simon Levenson for sketching with costumed models and live music in the Gilbert Court. Informal drawing lessons are provided throughout the evening.
Unlock the Library
In a Scavenger Hunt designed by Fashion Institute of Technology students in the Art History and Museum Professions program, solve five golden clues to get the password to access a secret room in the museum.
Augmented Reality Tour
Experience the Morgan as it appeared to original visitors in the 1900s and gain behind the scenes access to objects and historic locations.
Reception and refreshments in the Gilbert Court.
6:20-6:40 pm: Guided Tour
Illusions of the Photographer: Duane Michals at the Morgan
Joel Smith, Richard L. Menschel Curator of Photography
6:40-7:00 pm: Guided Tour
Guercino: Virtuoso Draftsman
John Marciari, Charles W. Engelhard Curator and Department Head, Drawings and Prints
7:00-7:20pm: Guided Tour
Verdi: Creating Otello and Falstaff—Highlights from the Ricordi Archive
Frances Barulich, Mary Flagler Cary Curator of Music Manuscripts and Printed Music
7:20-7:40 pm: Guided Tour
John Singer Sargent: Portraits in Charcoal
Laurel O. Peterson, Moore Curatorial Fellow, Department of Drawings & Prints
Quickdraw Contest and Raffle Winners in the Gilbert Court
7:30 pm QuickDraw contest begins.
7:45 pm Scavenger Hunt and Augmented Reality experience raffle winners announced.
To participate, complete the Scavenger Hunt and/or Augmented Reality Tour by 7:45pm and be present in the Gilbert Court.
7:50 pm QuickDraw Contest winners announced.
Every Friday night at the Morgan is free admission from 7-9 p.m. Check out our full hours here.
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