The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is hosting a series of morning workouts, which take place in the expansive space of one of the most famous galleries in the world.
Concieved of and choreographed by contemporary dancers Monica Bill Barnes and Company, and narrated by artist Maira Kalman, the multi-disciplanary workout takes place in the early morning hours before the museum opens to the public.
The nearly two mile course flows through the various galleries led by Monica Bill Barnes and her dance partner, Anne Bass, both wearing sneakers and sequined dresses. Through constant movement, including classic moves such as squats,dance moves and light stretching, the participants are able to experience a unique mind- body connection.
Ms. Kalman selects the artwork to be viewed, and produces a soundtrack of Disco and Motown hits, interspersed with her recorded dialogue to guide the group the space.
The experience runs through February 12, and tickets start at $35.