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Please note: West Building is now closed through October 7, 2022, to complete an exciting reinstallation of the People’s Collection. During this time enjoy free exhibitions on view in East Building, indoor and outdoor events and programming, and the 164-acre Museum Park. We’re excited to welcome visitors back to a new Museum experience starting October 8, 2022. Learn more about this project.

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Find Yourself in a Mirrored Labyrinth

The NCMA adds another interactive sculpture to its ever-growing collection of outdoor art in the Museum Park.

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Eye to Eye

Paired with a Purpose

As they work with outside consultants to reconsider and reinstall their collections, NCMA curators are reimagining the People’s Collection, connecting works of art that have never been displayed together, hoping to spark curiosity and new insights.

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Toxic Beauty: Aerial Photographs Offer Warnings

Shows at the NCMA and its satellite museum, SECCA, connect art and environmentalism with powerful images.

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Summer at the NCMA

While West Building is closed in preparation for Reimagining the People’s Collection this fall, there’s still so much to experience and enjoy at your favorite museum of art.

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Fault Lines: Art and the Environment

Through video, photography, sculpture, and mixed-media works, the 14 contemporary artists in Fault Lines focus on current environmental concerns and offer new perspectives that make us think.

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What’s Blooming This Spring in the NCMA’s Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum Park

Now’s the perfect time to spend an afternoon in the Museum Park, where nature’s works of art are showing off.

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Black and: A Conversation about the Arts and Black@Intersection

The NCMA’s Moses T. Alexander Greene sits down with SECCA’s guest curator Duane Cyrus to talk about the diversity of Blackness, diversity in the arts, and how museums should foster both to create a sense of belonging and joy for all.

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PARTICIPATE Activates Accessibility at the NCMA

Please touch! And smell, and hear. The NCMA invites visitors to engage all their senses in this interactive exhibition, the first of its kind at the Museum.

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From Ideas to Buildings

Guest curator Emily Makas discusses the late Phil Freelon’s architectural legacy, celebrated in the exhibition Container/Contained.

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