Active-duty military, National Guard, and Reserve personnel and up to five family members receive free admission to NOMA from May 15, 2021 – September 6, 2021.
Visit the NOMA Museum Shop to show support for local artist and brand, Pleasant by Nahomi, until May 30!
An informal opportunity to learn about the museum, and meet the team. Stop by on Saturday, May 15 between 10-11:30 AM to chat with Susan Taylor and Lisa Rotondo-McCord.
Aluminum is a versatile material for art and experimentation. Learn how this 2014 prototype Maker Chair by Joris Laarman in NOMA’s collection was made.
Come by on Saturday, May 22 from 12-4 PM for an afternoon of art-making, wellness activities, and togetherness designed and hosted by the NOMA Teen Art Council.
Symbols of Communication is a large-scale, bas-relief mural by Enrique Alférez, a Mexican artist who lived and worked in New Orleans.
Dr. Fan Zhang introduces how the seemingly ordinary shape of stem cups signified innovation in Wine Cups Along the Silk Road: Transmission, Materiality, and Banquets.
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“Buddha and Shiva, Lotus and Dragon” features more than 70 works from across the Asian continent and reveals great achievements in Asian art spanning two millennia.
New Photography: Create, Collect, Compile features four photographers who present visual narratives about identity, community, and power.
Experience exhibitions online through NOMA’s partnership with Google Arts & Culture.
Keep up to date with our progress report as we become the institution we aspire to be.
Photographer Dionne Lee captures themes of representation, power, and personal history in the context of the American landscape.
View our archive of Musicians from Home performances by local New Orleans musicians, organized by multi-instrumentalist Mahmoud Chouki.