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Seneca Artist Casts Collective Stories

Multimedia artist Marie Watt uses bronze to memorialize remembrance in warm, storied objects such as blankets.

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NCMA Wins Grant to Reimagine Judaic Art Gallery

The Mandell Foundation offers generous support for the Museum’s special collection of Judaic ceremonial art.

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Arts and Exhibitions

Mucha and His Roots

Alphonse Mucha consciously and organically integrated traditional elements from his Slavic roots into his designs, culminating in his largest work, The Slav Epic.

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Mucha and Rodin: Friendship beyond Borders

Mucha’s friendship with French sculptor Auguste Rodin was fruitful for both artists. NCMA curator Michele Frederick explains.

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How We Remember: Museums and Vernacular Photography

NCMA intern Julianne Miao raises the question of how found art might become fine art.

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Talent Within: Julia Caston

In her fascinating art installation featured in Talent Within, artist and NCMA staffer Julia Caston explores the connection between mental health challenges and community.

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Modern Beauty

“Beauty,” says Lumbee artist Alisha Locklear Monroe, “is knowing who you are and not apologizing for it.”

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Talent Within: Christopher Ciccone

NCMA collections photographer Chris Ciccone discusses the portrait he has featured in the staff-artist exhibition on view through February 2022.

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Reimagining the People’s Collection

Some big changes are underway for the North Carolina Museum of Art. Director Valerie Hillings sets the stage for 2022.

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