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NOMA Awarded Curatorial Intern Grant from the Decorative Arts Trust

The New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) has been announced as the Decorative Arts Trust’s 2022–2024 Curatorial Internship partner. The significant grant, awarded from the Decorative Arts Trust, will support a two-year Curatorial Fellow who will learn about the responsibilities of the curatorial field while working with the NOMA’s esteemed Decorative Arts and growing Design collection, focusing specifically in the area of glass. Read More

Help Keep Us All Safe

NOMA’s primary concern is the health of our visitors, staff, and community. Effective today, January 1, visitors to the museum age 12+ are required to show proof of two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine (or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine), or negative results of a Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours of your visit. Visitors ages 5–11 are required to show proof of one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine or negative results of a Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours of your visit. Read More

NOMA Celebrates Our 110th Birthday!

On December 16, 1911, the museum opened as the Isaac Delgado Museum of Art with a permanent collection of just nine works of art. Now, the museum holds over 40,000 objects, including extensive collections in French and American art, photography, glass, and African and Japanese works. Additionally, NOMA is home to the twelve-acre Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden, which showcases over 90 monumental sculptures within the lush landscape of City Park. Read More

NOMA’s Teen Art Council Visits Dawn DeDeaux at Camp Abundance

On a chilly November evening, members of the Teen Art Council (TAC) gathered under string lights on the patio at Camp Abundance, an artist residency and special event compound headed by artist and most generous host Dawn DeDeaux. DeDeaux’s retrospective exhibition The Space Between Worlds, currently on view at NOMA, has served as the focus of the TAC’s year thus far, fueling explorations in the galleries, conversations with NOMA staff members, and an upcoming creative offering for New Orleans teens. Read More

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