Become a member of the largest and most exciting fine arts organization in the Gulf South!

Join the New Orleans Museum of Art

Become a member of the largest and most exciting fine arts organization in the Gulf South!


Your membership entitles you to visit the Museum as often as you like, with free admission. Explore dozens of breathtaking galleries of artworks from every culture spanning over 5000 years of history. Stroll the Museum’s magnificent Besthoff Sculpture Garden, with over 60 masterworks of modern and contemporary sculpture showcased in a 5-acre site with reflecting lagoons, magnolias and 100-year-old oaks. Enjoy special members’ previews of all exhibitions and priority admission to special events. Take advantage of a special member discount on art books, jewelry and gifts in the Museum Shop.

Member Spotlight

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


Upcoming Events See All

  • 25Sunday

    Museum Highlights Tour

    2pm - 3pm
    Every Sunday at 2 pm, NOMA’s docents offer engaging and informative tours of the museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions. Tours are included with museum admission. Meet up at the front desk and join in! For more information, call 504.658.4100. Read More
  • 26Monday

    Tai Chi/Chi Kung

    6pm - 7pm
    NOMA, in collaboration with the East Jefferson Wellness Center, offers wellness classes every Saturday morning and Monday evening. Read More
  • 28Wednesday

    Noontime Talk: Jim Steg: New Work, with Curator Russell Lord

    12pm - 1pm
    Curator Russell Lord will discuss the works of New Orleans’ preeminent 20th-century printmaker Jim Steg. The retrospective Jim Steg: New Work spans the career of the artist, from his sketches as an art student and World War II soldier to his experimental works using a variety of media as a Newcomb College professor from the... Read More

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