Calendar

  1. 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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  2. Plant Sale during Art in Bloom

    Saturday, April 1 | 8 am

    Students from the Pi Alpha Xi (PAX) Horticulture Honors Society at North Carolina State University are holding their annual plant sale during Art in Bloom weekend. Entry is...

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  3. Plant Sale during Art in Bloom

    Sunday, April 2 | 10 am

    Students from the Pi Alpha Xi (PAX) Horticulture Honors Society at North Carolina State University are holding their annual plant sale during Art in Bloom weekend. Entry is...

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  4. Family Fun Saturdays: Cartographic Self

    Saturday, April 8 | 10 am

    Take inspiration from maps and city scenes on view in the exhibition Glory of Venice. Then, create a multimedia map of a meaningful place or important person—including you!... READ MORE

  5. Family Fun Saturdays: Cartographic Self

    Saturday, April 8 | 1 pm

    Take inspiration from maps and city scenes on view in the exhibition Glory of Venice. Then, create a multimedia map of a meaningful place or important person—including you!... READ MORE

  6. Member Monday

    Monday, April 10 | 10 am

    Join other Museum members for an exclusive viewing day for Ansel Adams: Masterworks and Glory of Venice: Renaissance Paintings 1470–1520. This special day is a benefit for...

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

    Tuesday, April 11 | 8 am

    This five-week course explores the relevance of visual literacy in the classroom and its connection to the Common Core Standards. The course includes opportunities for...

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  8. Mixed Media: The American West in Virtual Reality

    Friday, April 21 | 7 pm

    Experience the majesty of Sequoia National Park through the photography of Ansel Adams and the immersive experience of virtual reality. Derek Rowe, founder of WildEyes,...

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  9. Studio Class: Renaissance-Inspired Jewelry

    Sunday, April 23 | 10 am

    Jewelry artist Betty McKim is inspired by iconic Venetian Renaissance portraits as she helps participants create a pierced silhouette image accented with gold leaf....

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  10. “Venice, Denver, Raleigh: Transporting Glory of Venice to the NCMA”

    Friday, April 28 | 11 am

    Take a virtual trip behind the scenes and discover the role that the Registration Department plays to ensure the safe and secure arrival of valuable art to the Museum. 

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  11. Don’t Look Now

    Friday, April 28 | 8 pm

    (1973) Directed by Nicolas Roeg. Julie Christie, Donald Sutherland, Hilary Mason. (110 min.) R

    A dreary, haunted Venice holds uneasy secrets in a film that begins with the...

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  12. Two-Day Studio Class: Venetian Sculpture

    Saturday, April 29 | 10 am

    Design, carve, and polish your own sculpture from alabaster during this two-day class under the tutelage of award-winning sculptor Paris Alexander. Register in advance;...

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  13. Studio Class: Venetian Water World

    Tuesday, May 2 | 1:30 pm

    This two-part course explores the miraculous and historical existence of Venice as a city. In the first session, art educator Becky Bailey leads a gallery discussion about...

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  14. Ansel Adams: Visualization and the Perfect Print

    Friday, May 5 | 11 am

    Understanding photography as an art medium brings new insight to the exhibition Ansel Adams: Masterworks. This lecture explores Adams’s mastery of craft, technique, and...

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  15. Studio Class: Venetian Water World

    Saturday, May 6 | 1:30 pm

    This two-part course explores the miraculous and historical existence of Venice as a city. In the first session, art educator Becky Bailey leads a gallery discussion about...

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  16. Pop-Up Art: Sculptures

    Sunday, May 7 | Noon

    Make a work of art that’s big, red, and shiny, inspired by Mark di Suvero’s sculptures in the Museum Park.

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  17. Dining after Dark: Gondola Not Required

    SOLD OUT - Friday, May 12 | 6:30 pm

    Journey to Venice with Lyle Humphrey, exhibition co-curator, to examine the flowering of the Venetian Renaissance, a period that yielded some of the most sumptuous and...

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