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Museum Launches Arts Initiative

By Kimberley Singletary | The New Orleans Advocate This article originally appeared here Finish this sentence: “Art makes me …” Maybe art makes you see the beauty in life. Maybe it inspires you to learn, to create or just feel an emotion. However you would finish that statement, the New Orleans Museum of Art wants… Read More

Degas’ Little Dancer Aged Fourteen

On View at NOMA October 10, 2014-March 1, 2015 New Orleans, LA– Edgar Degas’ Little Dancer Aged Fourteen, the only three-dimensional work exhibited during his lifetime, will be the highlight of a focus exhibition at NOMA opening October 10, 2014. A selection of related works of art by Degas from NOMA’s permanent collection will be… Read More

New Orleans Museum Of Art Announces Early Childhood Arts Education Program, Mini Masters, Funded By Ford Foundation

Additional Support Provided by Chevron Human Energy and Capital One New Orleans, LA— NOMA’s Mini Masters program, which provides early learning visual arts instruction for 3- and 4-year-old students, will continue to build on past success with the generous support of the Ford Foundation. Piloted byNOMA during the 2012-2013 school year, the program is now… Read More

Nell Nolan: Opening Doors

By Nell Nolan | The New Orleans Advocate This article originally appeared here “Art in the Spanish American Home, 1492-1898,” is a current come-on at the New Orleans Museum of Art, where formerly “closed doors” (related to these homes) have been opened for public perusal and appreciation. Elsewhere, Claire Stahel opened the doors of her… Read More

Hattie Collins Moll

Steering Committee Co-Chair Young Fellows member since 2014 Hattie, a Houston native, graduated from Texas Christian University in 2008 with degrees in Art History & Arts Administration. Following graduation, she moved to New Orleans where she earned her Masters Degree in Art History from Tulane University. In the spring of 2012, she opened her eponymous… Read More

10 Things To Do In New Orleans This Weekend

By Lauren LaBorde | MyNewOrleans.com This article originally appeared here Thursday, June 19 Paul McCartney cancelled his show in New Orleans tonight, but a bunch of New Orleans musicians had already taken off work. So they put together a concert tonight celebrating the Beatle’s music. Musicians include Andre Bohren, Chris Boyle and June Persona subject… Read More

Exhibit Shines Light On City’s Spanish Heritage

By John d’Addario | The New Orleans Advocate This article originally appeared here It isn’t hard to find evidence of the 18th-century French influence in present-day New Orleans. From the very name of the city itself and its centerpiece, the French Quarter, to the continued popularity of French-inflected cuisine, decorative arts and even vocabulary, constant… Read More