New Orleans Museum of Art

Inside the Arts
1:30 pm
Tue July 2, 2013

Inside The Arts With Rashaad Newsome At NOMA; NOBA Dance Center; Geaux Fish; Maafa

A scene from artist Rashaad Newsome's "Herald 2011", now playing in the French portrait gallery on the second floor off NOMA's Great Hall.
Credit Rashaad Newsome / Marlborough Chelsea, New York

This week on Inside the Arts, we'll explore a bejeweled exhibit of modern art in NOMA's Great Hall, and a public-private partnership raises the barre with new opportunities for dance in the Crescent City.

Plus, a new fishing hole opens downtown (here's a hint: It's air conditioned!) and a local arts leader speaks at ESSENCE Festival. And, a cultural arts center pays homage to those lost during the Middle Passage.

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Inside the Arts
1:30 pm
Tue April 9, 2013

Inside the Arts: French Quarter Festival, New Orleans Nightingales Revue and World's Fairs Revisited

This week host Diane Mack goes Inside the Arts for a sneak peek at French Quarter Festival in the Vieux Carré, and talks with members of the New Orleans Nightingales who are set to perform at the Fest.

Plus, a look back at  World's Fairs in the exhibit Inventing the Modern World, now on view at the New Orleans Museum of Art.

Airs Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. and Thursday at 7:35 a.m.
 

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Arts & Culture
1:06 pm
Tue April 9, 2013

NOMA: When The World Came To The Fair

This Tennyson vase greets visitors to the NOMA World's Fair exhibit.
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh

The New Orleans Museum of Art is opening an exhibit Friday of decorative items put on display at World’s Fairs. 

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Inside the Arts
1:30 pm
Tue March 12, 2013

Inside the Arts: Blackglama Photographs; Pope John Paul II Exhibit; The Money Box

This week on Inside the Arts Diane shares a rare look at glamorous photographs of legendary figures from the iconic Blackglama Fur advertising campaign.

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Arts & Culture
11:00 am
Tue March 12, 2013

Pope John Paul II in Life and Art at NOMA

As the Vatican is closing its doors today for cardinals to select a new pope, the New Orleans Museum of Art is opening a show that looks back at the legacy of Pope John Paul II. The exhibit features the art and artifacts of his time.

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Inside the Arts
10:41 am
Thu November 29, 2012

Art Against AIDS

The 26th annual Art Against AIDS art auction and holiday gala returns to the New Orleans Museum of Art on Saturday December 1. We go Inside the Arts for conversation with event spokesman, actor and author Bryan Batt.

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Inside the Arts
1:30 pm
Tue November 6, 2012

Central City Festival, LPO Brass, NOMA's Odyssey Ball & Lifelike Exhibit

This week on Inside the Arts we'll Make A Joyful Noise as we kick off the 6th Annual Central City Festival; trumpeter Vance Woolf gears up for a night of musical fanfare with the LPO Brass; and the New Orleans Museum of Art celebrates its Off the Wall Odys

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Inside the Arts
1:30 pm
Tue October 30, 2012

Ronnie Kole, Jacqueline Bishop and "Spirit" Photography

This week on Inside the Arts, a conversation with Ronnie Kole as he is inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame.

Then we'll journey Against the Tide with artist Jacqueline Bishop, and explore paranormal activity at NOMA.

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Hurricane Isaac
12:11 pm
Sun September 9, 2012

NOMA plans to reopen Tuesday

The New Orleans Museum of Art expects to reopen on Tuesday after a clean-up necessitated by Hurricane Isaac.

Museum director Susan Taylor tells The Times-Picayune that water seeped into the museum's administrative offices. However, except for the swampy basement, the museum suffered minimal damage from Isaac.

Some rain intruded through the sills of the plate glass windows around the café area and an ornamental plaster truss in the museum's atrium was dampened by a leak.

Taylor said no artwork was affected.

New Orleans Museum of Art
9:37 am
Fri September 7, 2012

New Orleans Museum of Art to reopen Tuesday

The New Orleans Museum of Art will reopen Tuesday at 10 a.m.

Director Susan Taylor says the opening will be free of charge. Wednesdays are always free, thanks to the Helis Foundation, so Taylor says the museum will begin charging regular admission on Thursday.

The museum was closed because water from soil saturated by Hurricane Isaac is seeping into the basement, administrative offices and other areas.

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