When Worlds Collide: NOMA celebrates artistic coincidence in Regina Scully | Japanese Landscape: Inner Journeys

Release date: March 29. 2017 NEW ORLEANS, LA — It was not until artist Regina Scully had the opportunity to closely explore the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA)’s collection of Japanese paintings that she realized the parallels between the art she was creating, and Chinese and Japanese antecedents. In Regina Scully | Japanese Landscape:… Read More

NOMA presents first comprehensive museum retrospective for Louisiana native George Dunbar

NEW ORLEANS, LA–George Dunbar: Elements of Chance is the first comprehensive museum retrospective for the artist George Dunbar (American, b. 1927), who played a pivotal role in introducing abstract art to the South. On view November 3-February 17, this exhibition explores the evolution of Dunbar’s art from his early paintings from the 1940s and 1950s… Read More

NOMA is only southern venue for blockbuster exhibition “Seeing Nature: Landscape Masterworks from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection”

NEW ORLEANS, LA-Seeing Nature: Landscape Masterworks from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection features 39 masterpieces exploring the evolution of European and American landscape painting from the collection of Paul G. Allen, Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist. This exhibition presents masterworks spanning nearly four hundred years—from Jan Brueghel the Younger’s series devoted to the five senses… Read More

NOMA Receives $125,000 Grant from Walton Family Foundation to Debut Immersive Intern Program for Teens

NEW ORLEANS, LA-Beginning this summer, NOMA will debut the Creative Careers Internship, a new immersive educational program for teens in the New Orleans area. “NOMA’s education programs introduce youth to the arts at all phases in their development, while simultaneously encouraging continued engagement by educating teachers and motivating parents, said Susan M. Taylor, The Montine… Read More

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