Join The Writers Circle's very first field trip especially for adults. We'll meet at The Metropolitan Museum of Art to explore some of the lesser known nooks and crannies of the museum, under the thoughtful guidance of Art Historian Dorothy Kelly. As we immerse ourselves in the museum's collection, we'll take time for art-inspired writing prompts led by TWC Directors Judith Lindbergh and Michelle Cameron. Come explore one of our very favorite places on earth and discovery the beauty and inspiration of the Met’s secret treasures!
Dorothy Kelly is an independent art historian. A specialist in Modern European art, she earned her graduate degree from the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU and was the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship in 1999. She taught for several years at NYU, where she specialized in art history field study courses at museums and other cultural institutions around the city. She has also published several articles in academic art history journals and contributed a chapter in the volume, GENDER, POWER, TEXT, published by Norvik Press. Ms. Kelly currently lives in Short Hills, NJ and lecturers for public schools in the area.