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For Teachers

For Teachers

Louisiana educators receive free museum admission through the end of 2021.

Studio KIDS!

Studio KIDS!

This fall, Studio KIDS! returns with in-person programming for youth ages 6–10.

Object Lesson

Object Lesson

This innovative fabric designed by Junichi Arai combines aluminum and wool.

Writing in Relief

Writing in Relief

Try this at-home art-making activity inspired by Enrique Alférez’s monumental Symbols of Communication.

Day With(out) Art

Day With(out) Art

On World AIDS Day, watch a selection of new short films commissioned by Visual AIDS.

On View Now

On View Now

NOMA celebrates the birth of photographer Ishimoto Yasuhiro with works from the museum’s collection.

BEST SEAT IN THE HOUSE

BEST SEAT IN THE HOUSE

Save your seat in the new Lapis Center for the Arts by sponsoring a chair today.

Coming Soon

Coming Soon

Experience Queen Nefertari’s Egypt starting March 18, 2022.

Annual Report

Annual Report

Read our 2020 Annual Report and see all that we accomplished last year.

Art Projects

Art Projects

Follow along, step-by-step, as we lead you through creative projects for all ages. 

ACTIVATE YOUR ACCOUNT

ACTIVATE YOUR ACCOUNT

Allow us to better serve you. Activate your my.noma.org account to buy tickets and review your membership details online.

DEI Progress Report

DEI Progress Report

NOMA is committed to being a welcoming, inclusive, anti-racist institution. We invite you to follow our progress as we become the institution we aspire to be.

NOMA presents the first comprehensive museum exhibition of the pioneering multimedia artist.

Dawn DeDeaux: The Space Between Worlds

NOMA presents the first comprehensive museum exhibition of the pioneering multimedia artist.

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The movement of images from here to there is an important part of the medium’s history.

A Brief History of Photography and Transmission

The movement of images from here to there is an important part of the medium’s history.

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Works in NOMA’s Japanese art gallery explore issues of class, labor, and social status.

Rural Occupations: Images of Work in Edo-Period Art

Works in NOMA’s Japanese art gallery explore issues of class, labor, and social status.

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See an exhibition of artworks recently purchased or gifted to the museum.

NEW at NOMA: Recent Acquisitions in Contemporary Art

See an exhibition of artworks recently purchased or gifted to the museum.

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