The Met’s “Met Art” meter is now live!
The Met is celebrating its 100th anniversary and will celebrate its 20th anniversary next month with a massive celebration of all things art and art history, including “Met art” as it’s now known.
The Met is one of the oldest and largest art museums in the world, with more than 150,000 works, from the early 1800s to the present.
It’s a massive event, but for the past couple of days, the Met has been hard at work on a brand new meter that it says will “take your breath away,” as the Met’s website puts it.
The Met has created an app for the meter that allows you to set your own personal meter, which will be automatically adjusted for the day based on the day of the week and any major event.
It also features a calendar for you to plan your Met Art experiences.
The app includes a calendar of events that will be added to the Met art meter in the coming days.
This calendar includes events from the upcoming Met art museum in New York City, as well as the upcoming exhibition in Los Angeles, and events from around the world.
The meter is based on an existing met art meter that’s been used for decades.
It has an intuitive interface, which allows users to change their own meter to meet their own needs, or to have the meter automatically adjust for the time of day.
The meter also has a timer to remind you when it is time to stop taking your breath from the met art.
You can see a live preview of the Met Art meter on the Met site right now, and you can also get the Met app from the Met website for free.
If you’d like to know more about the Met, and the meter itself, click here.