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Andrea Donnelly: We’ve Met Before

North Carolina–raised artist Andrea Donnelly explores the dynamic between the formulaic methods of handwoven cloth and the impulsiveness of ink in the creation of her larger-than-life textiles.

Weaving and Watching

With an eye to the future, a GSK Fellow observes how Museum visitors are enjoying, using, and learning from the African art collection.



Spot the Differences

NCMA conservator Perry Hurt visits Venice to see what’s changed since an American artist made a name for himself painting a quiet scene in St. Mark’s.

Inside the Mind of a Monster

In anticipation of the NCMA’s Monster Drawing Rally fund raiser, Circa invited Adam Cohen—one of the artists donating his talent—to divulge what makes him tick.

Books and Art Go Together

Families can discover more about African art by reading in our new gallery—and through reading and art projects at Wake libraries.

An American in Venice

One of the finest paintings to result from William Merritt Chase’s first trip to Venice soon makes its debut in the American Gallery.

Gods and Goddesses in the Galleries

Take a virtual gallery tour for a glimpse into how the ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians used sculpture to visualize their gods as human or animal beings.

Weaving Experiences with African Art

The NCMA's new interactive Threads of Experience gallery invites visitors of all ages to create their own responses to objects in our African collection.

Protecting and Preparing African Art

Conservation assistant Stacey Kirby has followed the African art collection during its reinstallation, making sure each object is safe and stable while on view.