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Gallerist and collector Arthur Roger donates his art collection to NOMA. A new exhibition remains on view through September 3rd.

Pride of Place: The Making of Contemporary Art in New Orleans

Gallerist and collector Arthur Roger donates his art collection to NOMA. A new exhibition remains on view through September 3rd.

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Exhibition of works by New Orleans' foremost 20th-century printmaker remains on view through October 8th.

Jim Steg: New Work

Exhibition of works by New Orleans' foremost 20th-century printmaker remains on view through October 8th.

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Abstract paintings by a contemporary New Orleans artist are displayed among Edo-period Japanese works in an exploration of stylistic commonalities.

Regina Scully | Japanese Landscape: Inner Journeys

Abstract paintings by a contemporary New Orleans artist are displayed among Edo-period Japanese works in an exploration of stylistic commonalities.

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Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden

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Exhibition explores 19th-century Western interpretations of Middle Eastern, North African, and East Asian cultures.

Orientalism: Taking and Making

Exhibition explores 19th-century Western interpretations of Middle Eastern, North African, and East Asian cultures.

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Q&A: A Conversation with Simon Gunning

Simon Gunning is among dozens of New Orleans-based artists who have been represented by Arthur Roger Gallery. As Pride of Place: The Making of Contemporary Art in New Orleans opens at NOMA, featuring the donated collection of Arthur Roger, Gunning discusses his career and artistic influences, and the role Roger has served in promoting the region’s contemporary artists and collecting their works. Read More

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Jim Steg: New Work

on view through October 8th, 2017

Jim Steg was the most influential printmaker to be based in New Orleans. A longtime beloved professor of art at Newcomb College, this exhibition reveals Steg as both an innovator in the field of printmaking, and an artist at the forefront of several major twentieth-century movements. Read More

Regina Scully | Japanese Landscape: Inner Journeys

on view through October 8th, 2017

The commonality between the works of contemporary New Orleans artist Regina Scully and the paintings of 18th and 19th-century Edo-period Japanese artists are explored in a random pairing of works in the Asian art galleries. Read More


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    Museum Highlights Tour

    2pm - 3pm
    Every Sunday at 2 pm, NOMA’s docents offer engaging and informative tours of the museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions. Tours are included with museum admission. Meet up at the front desk and join in! For more information, call 504.658.4100. Read More
  • 26Monday

    Tai Chi/Chi Kung

    6pm - 7pm
    NOMA, in collaboration with the East Jefferson Wellness Center, offers wellness classes every Saturday morning and Monday evening. Read More
  • 28Wednesday

    Noontime Talk: Jim Steg: New Work, with Curator Russell Lord

    12pm - 1pm
    Curator Russell Lord will discuss the works of New Orleans’ preeminent 20th-century printmaker Jim Steg. The retrospective Jim Steg: New Work spans the career of the artist, from his sketches as an art student and World War II soldier to his experimental works using a variety of media as a Newcomb College professor from the... Read More

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