Mending the Sky brings together installations and videos by eleven artists addressing the aftermath of calamity with visions of a more equitable future.
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Visit NOMA and the Besthoff Sculpture Garden on Monday, January 18, during special free-admission holiday hours from 10 am to 3 pm.
New Photography: Create, Collect, Compile features four photographers who present visual narratives about identity, community, and power.
Café NOMA by Ralph Brennan has reopened with a new look and a new menu for dine-in and takeout service.
Roberto Lugo’s commissioned “Stunting” Garniture Set features depictions of two legends of the New Orleans music scene: Louis Armstrong and Lil Wayne.
Kintsugi is the Japanese practice of making pottery repairs evident as a means of finding beauty in imperfection and strength in healing.
Dutch Master Cornelis de Heem’s Still Life with Fruit on a Ledge includes moralistic symbolism amid an arrangement of fruits, oysters, and a butterfly.
Edgar Degas’s portrait of his sister-in-law is among the paintings the French Impressionist created during a visit with his New Orleans relatives in 1872.
A recently acquired akwanshi stone monolith from the Cross River region of Nigeria forms the centerpiece of an exhibition about ancestral veneration.
Though on commercial assignment for Pommery Champagne, photographer Ilse Bing applied her avant-garde artistic style to an image of the celebratory beverage.
Antoine Bourdelle’s sculpture of Hercules the Archer, sited in the Besthoff Sculpture Garden, depicts the heroic figure in one of his “Twelve Labors” from Roman mythology.
Tune in to the latest performance in NOMA’s Musicians From Home concert series with Brazilian-born guitarist Geovane Paivo Santos.
A Corning “Lens” Bowl in the decorative arts galleries is an example of how industrial design influenced luxury art glass in the 1930s.
Follow along, step-by-step, as we lead you through creative projects for all ages.
Register for NOMA Reset: An Astrological Perspective, a virtual session on Friday, January 22, focusing on healing and collective empathy.