Geoffrey Mann captures the rhythms of New Orleans in “Second Line” Cocktail Service

The “Second Line” Cocktail Service, a focused installation on view through May 2019, celebrates a new digital and glass work of art commissioned by the museum. Scottish designer Geoffrey Mann recorded the sounds he heard on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans. Using cutting-edge digital technologies combined with time-honored glass craft, Mann’s “Second Line” Cocktail Service embodies the ambient jazz music and conversation in three-dimensional objects. Read More

Timothy Duffy: Blue Muse

Using a photography process invented in the United States in the nineteenth-century, Timothy Duffy creates masterful one-of-a-kind tintype portraits of American musicians, preserving the faces of American roots music for future generations. His solo exhibition, Timothy Duffy: Blue Muse, will be on view from April 25 through July 28, 2019. Read More

NOMA reunites masterpieces from the Duke of Orléans Collection

In celebration of the city of New Orleans’ Tricentennial in 2018, the New Orleans Museum of Art will present The Orleans Collection, an exhibition of selections from the magnificent collection of the city’s namesake, Philippe II, Duke of Orléans (1689-1723). Universally praised during his lifetime, the exceptional collection was comprised of some of the most important works in the history of art. Read More

NOMA Announces #EverydayNewOrleans, presented in partnership with the New Orleans Photo Alliance and The Everyday Projects

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