Enjoy a series of socially-distanced performances by New Orleans musicians in NOMA’s Besthoff Sculpture Garden each Friday in April. Purchase tickets today.
To create the works in his project WATER, Edward Burtynsky travelled around the globe, weaving together an ambitious representation of water’s fragmented lifecycle.
Give NOLA Day is May 4. Your gift will allow NOMA to continue providing you with engaging programming and world-class exhibitions. Give on May 4 or schedule your gift today.
Purchase tickets now for Art in Bloom 2021 | Home Grown presented by IBERIABANK | First Horizon featuring spectacular floral designs. May 5-9.
NOMA presents a series of virtual concerts by New Orleans-based artists. Enjoy a performance by pianist Joey Calderazzo and singer/songwriter Gracie Jessop.
A Choice of Weapons: Photography, Surveillance, and Ethics explores ethics in photography. Panelists include Caroline Sinders, Brian Palmer, and Tara Pixley.
Vote for the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden in USA Today’s 2021 Reader’s Poll of best sculpture parks in America. Voting ends on May 7.
“Buddha and Shiva, Lotus and Dragon” features more than 70 works from across the Asian continent and reveals great achievements in Asian art spanning two millennia.
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New Photography: Create, Collect, Compile features four photographers who present visual narratives about identity, community, and power.
Experience exhibitions online through NOMA’s partnership with Google Arts & Culture.
Keep up to date with our progress report as we become the institution we aspire to be.
A selection of recently bequeathed photographs from the collection of Dr. H. Russell Albright represents the core of NOMA’s modern and contemporary photography collection.
View our archive of Musicians from Home performances by local New Orleans musicians, organized by multi-instrumentalist Mahmoud Chouki.