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Queen Nefertari’s Egypt

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The Besthoff Sculpture Garden is nominated for an award from USA Today’s 10Best. You can vote once per day through July 4.

Egyptian Blue

Egyptian Blue

Ancient Egyptian artists developed the first known synthetic pigment in the world.

Women in Ancient Egypt

Women in Ancient Egypt

Egyptologist Kara Cooney gives a talk about gender and power in ancient Egypt.

Object Lesson

Object Lesson

Curator Brian Piper looks at how Lewis Hine’s images changed child labor laws and the history of documentary photography.

Now on View

Now on View

The latest addition to the Besthoff Sculpture Garden is a work by Kenyan-American artist Wangechi Mutu.

#ExploreNOMA Late Night

#ExploreNOMA Late Night

The museum is open late night for a new monthly series with performances, tours, pop-ups, and more.

Gallery Talks

Gallery Talks

Join us for in-person gallery talks with NOMA curators and staff every Wednesday at noon.

Creative Assembly

Creative Assembly

Creative Assembly uses neighborhood-based participatory art experiences as a vehicle for personal exploration, community collaboration, and social change.

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DEI Progress Report

DEI Progress Report

NOMA is committed to being a welcoming, inclusive, anti-racist institution. We invite you to follow our progress as we become the institution we aspire to be.

This exhibition presents the work of an artist who was celebrated by the American craft world.

Katherine Choy: Radical Potter in 1950s New Orleans

This exhibition presents the work of an artist who was celebrated by the American craft world.

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Images of Reclusion and Retirement in Japanese Edo-Period Painting

The Free Hermit Life

Images of Reclusion and Retirement in Japanese Edo-Period Painting

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Photographer Anne Noggle often looked to herself to produce revelatory images.

Anne Noggle: Herself

Photographer Anne Noggle often looked to herself to produce revelatory images.

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The sculptures, paintings, and manuscripts on view illuminate the visual traditions of Jainism.

The Pursuit of Salvation: Jain Art from India

The sculptures, paintings, and manuscripts on view illuminate the visual traditions of Jainism.

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