Hot Art, Cool Kids: Summer Art Kits are available for purchase, featuring online lessons for kids ages 5 to 10 and art supplies for at-home art-making activities.
Dawn DeDeaux’s work addresses apocalyptic themes. She discusses her forthcoming retrospective in 2021.
Often focusing on the confines of her own home, Dorothea Tanning transformed ordinary furniture into painted scenes where magical experiences might unfold.
Engage children ages 1 to 2 with free Facebook Live workshops on Saturday mornings through June 20.
Russel Wright’s “Saturn” punch service is an innovative example of the use of aluminum in mid-century modern design.
You Are Here embraces photography’s success as a faithful record but also questions the medium’s effectiveness in depicting and sharing fragments of our world.
NOMA staff, in partnership with independent New Orleans bookseller Octavia Books, offer a list of titles centered upon themes of home.
Photographers make choices within the singularity of a home-space and whether to expand or explode the domestic myths they have been invited to turn into a picture.
Curator Nic Aziz discusses a future collaboration between NOMA+, a mobile pop-up museum, and The Black School, an experimental art academy focusing on radical Black history.
Create a self-portrait on paper from collaged materials using your hand as a representation of your body.
Like all pictures of windows, Leslie Gill’s Studio Window, West 56th Street, New York is an example of “photographing photography.”
During the stay-at-home order, a team of NOMA employees are making an ongoing effort to call every Museum Member.
Teens are invited to submit photographs to NOMA’s Instagram account in a “Captured in Quarantine” photo challenge.