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  1. Art History Conference Day 2: “New Scholarship in British Art Histories”

    Saturday, January 28 | 9 am

    Explore what makes the British Isles “British” in this two-day symposium held in collaboration with UNC–Chapel Hill and related to the NCMA exhibition History and Mystery....

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  2. Studio Class: “Cut into the Chinese New Year”

    Saturday, January 28 | 10 am

    Celebrate the year of the rooster by creating a two- or three-dimensional cut-paper masterpiece with guidance from paper artist and sculptor Anita Wolfenden (see examples...

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  3. Weekend Family-Friendly Tours: Let’s Dance!

    Saturday, January 28 | 10:30 am

    Explore forms and figures in art that wiggle, twirl, and move! Join in the fun—and see how your own fancy footwork compares.

    Half-hour tours for kids ages 5–11 and their...

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  4. Meet Your Museum Tour

    Saturday, January 28 | 12:30 pm

    With a 164-acre campus, two buildings, an amphitheater, a park, and several gardens, the NCMA offers much to see and do. This free guided tour introduces visitors to the...

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  5. Meet Your Museum Tour

    Saturday, January 28 | 2:30 pm

    With a 164-acre campus, two buildings, an amphitheater, a park, and several gardens, the NCMA offers much to see and do. This free guided tour introduces visitors to the...

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  6. Panorama: North Carolina

    October 8, 2016 – February 12, 2017

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  7. Human/Nature

    October 15, 2016 – March 12, 2017

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  8. William Noland: Occulted

    November 12, 2016 – February 5, 2017

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  9. Online Course: The Photography of Ansel Adams through a Contemporary Lens

    Saturday, January 21 | 8 am

    Explore the enduring impact of Ansel Adams's photography through interviews with contemporary North Carolina photographers, such as Elizabeth Matheson and Burk Uzzle. This...

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  10. Online Course: Visual Literacy—Making Connections with Works of Art

    Monday, January 23 | 8 am

    This five-week course explores the relevance of visual literacy in every classroom. The course includes opportunities for educators to practice concept mapping,...

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