Celebrate American Art at NOMA: Ten Must-Sees

American art is as diverse as the nation itself. NOMA’s collection spans the country’s historical evolution and diverse ethnicities, from pre-Columbian Native American tribal art to cutting-edge contemporary works that express the freedom of unbound creativity. We invite you to celebrate the full breadth of the American experience year-round and particularly on this patriotic holiday…. Read More

New acquisitions added to the Indian Art Gallery

Beginning in mid-June, new acquisitions in Indian art will be highlighted in the Indian gallery on NOMA’s third floor. Touching upon the various strengths of our collections, these new acquisitions and selected loans highlight facets of artistic production from the Indian classical tradition as well as village, or folk, production. Read More

NOMA launches #EverydayNewOrleans project as part of Changing Course Tricentennial exhibition

The New Orleans Museum of Art, in partnership with the New Orleans Photo Alliance (NOPA) and the Everyday Projects, announces #EverydayNewOrleans, an educational and community outreach initiative. Using photography to promote a broader understanding of life across diverse neighborhoods in the Greater New Orleans region, the #EverydayNewOrleans project consists of a series of educational workshops. Read More

Arts & Letters Series brings literary conversations to NOMA

Join the conversation! NOMA’s Arts & Letters series welcomes authors, poets, journalists, playwrights, and literary scholars to the museum for public conversations that reflect on literature at the intersection of arts and culture. Arts & Letters, led by dynamic local moderators, takes place three to four times annually in NOMA’s Stern Auditorium. This program is… Read More

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