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Neighborhood Photography Workshop

Neighborhood Photography Workshop

Explore the ways that photography with your phone can be used as an easily accessible, generative art-making tool with Creative Assembly artist Paige DeVries.

Symphony of the Sown

Symphony of the Sown

Celebrate 20 years of the Besthoff Sculpture Garden in collaboration with odAOMO during an enchanting event blending art, fashion, and music.

Contemporary African Arts at NOMA

Contemporary African Arts at NOMA

Afropolitan highlights some of the most pioneering African artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries in the museum’s collection.

Family Day

Family Day

Explore Wangechi Mutu: Intertwined with a gallery talk, storytime, and art-making activities during a day of family fun on Saturday, April 20.

National Symposium for Emerging Scholars

National Symposium for Emerging Scholars

Watch Curatorial Fellow Laura Ochoa Rincon discuss the progression of her curatorial vision, including her studies on NOMA’s extensive glass collection.

Cross-Cultural Conversations

Cross-Cultural Conversations

ARCAthens resident artists and two of NOMA’s Creative Assembly members will share their experiences, perspectives, and creative processes.

The Nita & Zita Project

The Nita & Zita Project

Join us for a screening and panel discussion on the documentary The Nita & Zita Project, a story of two legendary New Orleans dancers.

20 YEARS OF THE BESTHOFF SCULPTURE GARDEN

20 YEARS OF THE BESTHOFF SCULPTURE GARDEN

Celebrate 20 years of the Besthoff Sculpture Garden with a year-long celebration of events and more.

FI YI YI FOREVER

FI YI YI FOREVER

NOMA hosted the retirement celebration for Big Chief Victor Harris, honoring 59 years as a Black Masking Indian.

Available Now

Available Now

Explore the exhibition catalogue of Debbie Fleming Caffery’s first major career retrospective, In Light of Everything.

This major solo exhibition of work by Wangechi Mutu brings together nearly one hundred sculptures, paintings, collages, drawings, and films to present the breadth of the Kenyan–American artist’s multidisciplinary practice.

Wangechi Mutu: Intertwined

This major solo exhibition of work by Wangechi Mutu brings together nearly one hundred sculptures, paintings, collages, drawings, and films to present the breadth of the Kenyan–American artist’s multidisciplinary practice.

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This exhibition explores the unique methods in which the South, in particular New Orleans, dealt with the passage of the 18th Amendment to the Constitution, which banned alcohol in the United States.

Rebellious Spirits: Prohibition and Resistance in the South

This exhibition explores the unique methods in which the South, in particular New Orleans, dealt with the passage of the 18th Amendment to the Constitution, which banned alcohol in the United States.

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Drawn from NOMA’s permanent collection, works by Ilse Bing, Ruth Bernhard, Lola Alvarez-Bravo, Carlotta M. Corpron, Florence Henri, and Lee Miller illustrate ways that women pushed the boundaries of surrealist art.

Double Space: Women Photographers and Surrealism

Drawn from NOMA’s permanent collection, works by Ilse Bing, Ruth Bernhard, Lola Alvarez-Bravo, Carlotta M. Corpron, Florence Henri, and Lee Miller illustrate ways that women pushed the boundaries of surrealist art.

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Including nearly 100 dramatic black-and-white photographs, this exhibition is the first career retrospective for the important Louisiana-born artist.

Debbie Fleming Caffery: In Light of Everything

Including nearly 100 dramatic black-and-white photographs, this exhibition is the first career retrospective for the important Louisiana-born artist.

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Save the date for the Visionaries Gala and Garden Party Presented by @first_horizon in celebration of 20 years of NOMA’s Besthoff Sculpture Garden. ✨ Mark this monumental occasion with an elegant gala under the stars on Thursday, November 7, and a lively garden party on Friday, November 8, surrounded by some of the most important works of art from the 19th century to the present day.⁠

Become a sponsor at noma.org/visionaries.⁠

#VisionariesGala #VisionariesGardenParty
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We’re looking back to last year’s runway program with @odAOMO to prepare for a new immersive fashion experience on Thursday, April 18, 5–8 pm. ✨⁠

Celebrate 20 years of NOMA’s Besthoff Sculpture Garden in collaboration with odAOMO during Symphony of the Sown, an enchanting event blending art, fashion, and music.⁠

Set in the museum’s outdoor amphitheater, the runway will come to life with thirty avant-garde fashion pieces from odAOMO inspired by the blessings that bloom with spring’s favor.⁠

Take in this stunning display of creativity and experience a mesmerizing live vocal performance by Quentin Alexander.⁠

Free and open to the public. Seating is first come, first serve.
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Due to severe weather, the museum and Besthoff Sculpture Garden are closed today, Wednesday, April 10.⁠

We look forward to reopening tomorrow, Thursday, April 11, with a rescheduled Art for All day with free admission for Louisiana residents courtesy of The Helis Foundation. ⁠
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📷: @mikaylalupampa
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🍸 Inspired by the current exhibition “Rebellious Spirits: Prohibition and Resistance in the South,” we’ll discuss Daniel Okrent’s “Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition” during our next book club meeting on Thursday, April 18. 📚 Visit the @nomamuseumshop to pick up a copy and head to noma.org/read to register now. ...

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