Many years in the making, ideas about art and nature evolved as did the growth of the Museum Park, beginning with the amphitheater. Director of Planning and Design Dan Gottlieb explains.
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NCMA Director of Planning and Design Dan Gottlieb remembers the first Earth Day.
Laurie Hawkinson and Henry Smith-Miller join former NCMA director of planning and special projects Dan Gottlieb to discuss the artist-designer collaboration with Barbara Kruger that
The NCMA celebrates the Thomas Phifer—designed West Building, marking the 10th anniversary of the home of the “People’s Collection.” The building’s 2010 completion marked not
In the midst of unprecedented challenges for our families, our state, and the world, we look to the light-filled West Building as a beacon of hope to all.
Courtesy of the Art in the Environment Fund, a playful pig and two ethereal heads invite you to revisit the Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum Park.
There’s much to see and enjoy in the NEW Museum Park, and fall is the perfect time to get outdoors and enjoy its new features.
The magazine Architectural Record recognizes the NCMA’s West Building as one of the most significant works of architecture built since 1891…
It’s been five years since Roxy Paine’s Askew appeared on the NCMA grounds. This time-lapse video of its remarkable installation triggers thoughts from staff…
Conversations that shaped the two decades of his tenure
20th century When the North Carolina Museum of Art opened its doors in 1956, there was little in the way of 20th century art. The
Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum Park Choose your own adventure in the Park. Step inside a cloud chamber. Picnic near the iconic trio of Gyre