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Urban Mosaics

Urban Mosaics

Creative Assembly Cohort artists Kr3wcial and Charm Taylor present an unforgettable night of hip-hop at the museum.

Blooms on the Bayou

Blooms on the Bayou

Take in fabulous floral installations throughout the museum created by garden clubs, floral designers, and other creative talents.

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.

For Ages 6 and Up

For Ages 6 and Up

Social emotional learning workshops help foster social skills that develop and maintain healthy relationships with self and others.

Partner Sessions

Partner Sessions

You’re invited to discuss race, equity, and museums and help develop community-driven goals for NOMA.
HOP ON OVER

HOP ON OVER

The NOMA Egg Hunt and Family Festival NOMA Egg Hunt and Family Festival is a fun and festive event for families featuring art activities, crafts, games, face painting,

FOR YOUTH AND PRETEENS

FOR YOUTH AND PRETEENS

Take inspiration from art at NOMA to make your own creations during Studio KIDS! youth art-making workshops.

Available Now

Available Now

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

DEI Progress Report

DEI Progress Report

NOMA is committed to being a welcoming, inclusive, anti-racist institution. We invite you to follow our progress.

MARI Lecture

MARI Lecture

Celebrating the MARI centennial, Dr. Marcello A. Canuto will discuss Maya settlement patterns and breakthrough technology in its research development.

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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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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Virtual Visit

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Head to the museum’s second floor to check out “Rebellious Spirits: Prohibition and Resistance in the South” 🍸 On view through January 5, 2025

The exhibition is organized by Laura Ochoa Rincon, Decorative Arts Trust Curatorial Fellow at NOMA.

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The museum might be closed on Mondays but the @neworleanscitypark tulips are on full display, just outside the entrance to NOMA 🌷🌷🌷 ...

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Registration for this Sunday`s @moveyabrass yoga sculpt class in the Besthoff Sculpture Garden is sold out! 🧘🌿🌞 A limited number of spots will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.⁠

This class, led by instructor Arielle Hunter, is a beginner-friendly, dynamic, and physically challenging workout that combines traditional yoga poses with strength training exercises.⁠

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Have you seen this year’s featured silent auction work for Art in Bloom Presented by First Horizon? ✨⁠

This painting by New Orleans–based artist Mary Ball is titled “Rhythm of the Bayou” and is featured on this year’s invitation to the event. ⁠

On Wednesday, March 13, guests to the Art in Bloom patron party will have the first chance to browse items from the silent auction in person and place their bids.⁠

With digital bidding open from March 11–18, this year’s silent auction features one-of-a-kind contributions from local artists and designers.⁠

Funds raised during Art in Bloom support NOMA and the Garden Study Club of New Orleans, who have partnered together on this event for over 30 years.⁠

🌸 Click the link in our bio to learn more about Art in Bloom and get your tickets today.⁠

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