Calendar

  1. Family Fun Saturday: Hey! It’s Clay!

    Saturday, July 21 | 10 am

    Roll it, pound it, score, and slip. Come learn the language of clay in this family workshop.

    Gallery tour plus studio workshops for families. Kids and adults delight...

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  2. Special Day of El Anatsui Tours

    Saturday, July 21 | 10 am

    Join NCMA docents for a tour of El Anatsui: When I Last Wrote to You about Africa.  Free with paid admission to the exhibition.  No reservations required; first come,...

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  3. Docent Tour: Explore the Collection

    Saturday, July 21 | 11:30 am

    Visitors can join the docent-led tour that meets at the West Building Information Desk each day. This free tour is a wonderful introduction to the Museum’s permanent...

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  4. Family Fun Saturday: Hey! It’s Clay!

    Saturday, July 21 | 1 pm

    Roll it, pound it, score, and slip. Come learn the language of clay in this family workshop.

    Gallery tour plus studio workshops for families. Kids and adults delight...

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  5. Docent Tour: Explore the Collection

    Saturday, July 21 | 1:30 pm

    Visitors can join the docent-led tour that meets at the West Building Information Desk each day. This free tour is a wonderful introduction to the Museum’s permanent...

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  6. Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players

    Saturday, July 21 | 6:30 pm Moved indoors

    Called “the Paul McCartney of kids’ music” by USA Today, Justin Roberts is one of the most respected singer-songwriters in the indie family music scene. Recipients of six...

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  1. John James Audubon’s The Birds of America

    July 21, 2012 – July 21, 2012

    For the first time, a treasure of art publishing that has belonged to the State of North Carolina for more than a century and a half will be exhibited in its entirety at...

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  2. Rodin Court and Garden

    July 21, 2012 – July 21, 2012

    In 2009 the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation donated 30 sculptures to the North Carolina Museum of Art, making it the repository for the most extensive Rodin collection...

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