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Beat the heat with a visit to NOMA for special tours, art-making activities, storytelling and other events.

Enjoy free admission and family-oriented programs Saturday, August 24

Beat the heat with a visit to NOMA for special tours, art-making activities, storytelling and other events.

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Eleven international artists convey cultural identities in a variety of media, presenting histories that are often marginalized.

Bodies of Knowledge

Eleven international artists convey cultural identities in a variety of media, presenting histories that are often marginalized.

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Tickets and sponsorships are now on sale for this annual fundraising event presented by Hancock Whitney.

Gather in the Besthoff Sculpture Garden for an outdoor party

Tickets and sponsorships are now on sale for this annual fundraising event presented by Hancock Whitney.

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Spanning eleven acres, the garden contains more than ninety works of art. Free and open seven days a week.

Explore the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden

Spanning eleven acres, the garden contains more than ninety works of art. Free and open seven days a week.

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From a remote community in rural Alabama comes a remarkable African American quilting tradition renowned for free-spirited patterning.

The Quilts of Gee's Bend

From a remote community in rural Alabama comes a remarkable African American quilting tradition renowned for free-spirited patterning.

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Bodies of Knowledge

on view through October 13th, 2019

Bodies of Knowledge brings together eleven international contemporary artists to reflect on the role that language plays in archiving and asserting our cultural identities. Working with materials that range from books and silent film to ink, ashes, and musical scores, these artists counter more staid and static ways of representing our collective pasts. Read More

The Quilts of Gee’s Bend

on view through March 30th, 2020

Born of resourcefulness and enlivened by improvisation, quilts made by African American women of Gee’s Bend, Alabama, are recognized as masterful works of textile art. Read More


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