<em>Front Burner</em> Artists: Migrating to North Carolina

The appeal of locations somewhat off the beaten path has drawn artists with a siren song of affordable living, access to nature, and rich cultural opportunities. North Carolina has all three.

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Ekphrasis at the NCMA

Creative writing workshops at the Museum invite participants to spend a full hour looking at, thinking about, and writing about art.

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The Art of Describing Art

Robert Mlodzik, the Museum's manager of diversity, inclusivity, and accessibility, shares how audio description of artworks and events will expand the NCMA's reach.

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Interact with <em>Interchanges</em>

What ties a romantic European portrait to a stone from ancient Egypt? Director Valerie Hillings is making connections with Interchanges: Cross-Collection Conversations.

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Who Was Saul?

The NCMA aquires a masterpiece by American sculptor William Wetmore Story, who—living up to his narrative surname—knew just how to carve drama in stone.

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Getting in Touch with Art

The Museum's tactile tours allow visitors who are blind or have low vision to experience art through other senses.

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An Interview with Cornelio Campos

The artist, whose mural in Durham honors Diego Rivera, talks about his family, his heritage, and artistic influences.

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Frida and Diego at the NCMA

Curator Jen Dasal introduces the exhibition, setting these colorful works in the context of the Mexican Revolution of the early 20th century.

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Honoring Frida Kahlo’s Life and Legacy

Artist Peter Marin has created an ofrenda to pay respect to Frida Kahlo as an artist, and to celebrate her contributions to Mexico and Mexican culture.

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Bauhaus to Black Mountain

Escaping the censorship and racism of Nazi Germany, Josef and Anni Albers arrived in the U.S. as refugees and émigré artist-teachers. In Black Mountain, North Carolina, they left a legacy.

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