The North Carolina Museum of Art

This Week

Friday, January 30 | 11 am REGISTRATION CLOSED

Lunch and Lecture
Birds on the Bayous: John James Audubon in Louisiana

Joseph Covington, Museum Lecturer

Audubon’s fascination with nature, birds in particular, led to... Read more >

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Friday, January 30 | 5:30 pm

Art in the Evening

Experience the NCMA after dark. Share small plates with friends. Wander the galleries. Relax with... Read more >

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Friday, January 30 | 6 pm

Friday Night Sound Bites: It Bears Repeating

An artist’s use of repetition can clarify, confuse, or intrigue. See how one contemporary artist... Read more >

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Friday, January 30 | 6:30 pm

Art History Survey Course: Eighteenth-Century France and Rococo Art

Lifelong learners rave about Museum lecturer Joseph Covington’s course! His conversational style... Read more >

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Friday, January 30 | 7 pm

Friday Night Sound Bites: It Bears Repeating

An artist’s use of repetition can clarify, confuse, or intrigue. See how one contemporary artist... Read more >

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Friday, January 30 | 8 pm

A Thousand and One Nights

Aladdin rubs a magic lamp and unleashes the lovesick genie Babs, a precursor to TV’s I Dream of... Read more >

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Saturday, January 31 | 10:30 am

Weekend Family-Friendly Tours

Join a Museum guide for a lively discussion and activities in the galleries. Themes change... Read more >

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Saturday, January 31 | 12:30 pm

Meet Your Museum Tour

With a 164-acre campus, two buildings, an amphitheater, a park, and several gardens, the NCMA... Read more >

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Saturday, January 31 | 2:30 pm

Meet Your Museum Tour

With a 164-acre campus, two buildings, an amphitheater, a park, and several gardens, the NCMA... Read more >

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Sunday, February 1 | 10:30 am

Weekend Family-Friendly Tours

Join a Museum guide for a lively discussion and activities in the galleries. Themes change... Read more >

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Sunday, February 1 | 12:30 pm

Meet Your Museum Tour

With a 164-acre campus, two buildings, an amphitheater, a park, and several gardens, the NCMA... Read more >

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Sunday, February 1 | 2:30 pm

Meet Your Museum Tour

With a 164-acre campus, two buildings, an amphitheater, a park, and several gardens, the NCMA... Read more >

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Thursday, February 5 | 10:30 am

What’s in the Box?: Animals

The Museum has so many animals in art. What animal will we explore this week?

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Thursday, February 5 | 11 am

What’s in the Box?: Animals

The Museum has so many animals in art. What animal will we explore this week?

Sign up that... Read more >

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Thursday, February 5 | 11 am

Art History Survey Course: Perfect Places: Chateaux, Villas, and Country Houses

Lifelong learners rave about Museum lecturer Joseph Covington’s course! His conversational style... Read more >

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Thursday, February 5 | 11:30 am

What’s in the Box?: Animals

The Museum has so many animals in art. What animal will we explore this week?

Sign up that... Read more >

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Friday, February 6 | 5:30 pm

Art in the Evening

Experience the NCMA after dark. Share small plates with friends. Wander the galleries. Relax with... Read more >

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Friday, February 6 | 6 pm

Friday Night Sound Bites: Simplify, Simplify, Simplify

Many modern European artists took inspiration from the human form. See how one artist used minimal... Read more >

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Friday, February 6 | 6:30 pm

Art History Survey Course: Perfect Places: Chateaux, Villas, and Country Houses

Lifelong learners rave about Museum lecturer Joseph Covington’s course! His conversational style... Read more >

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Friday, February 6 | 7 pm

Friday Night Sound Bites: Simplify, Simplify, Simplify

Many modern European artists took inspiration from the human form. See how one artist used minimal... Read more >

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Friday, February 6 | 8 pm

French Cancan

A struggling impresario In 1880s Paris features a notorious dance at his new café, the Moulin... Read more >

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On View

Line, Touch, Trace

August 30, 2014–March 8, 2015

Jason Mitcham Video Installations

January 9, 2015–April 12, 2015

Rodin Court and Garden

Ongoing