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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.
From Ideas to Buildings
Guest curator Emily Makas discusses the late Phil Freelon’s architectural legacy, celebrated in the exhibition Container/Contained.
How We Remember: Memory and Vernacular Photography
NCMA intern Julianne Miao explores how photographers often memorialize unknown figures, raising provocative questions about their lives and relationships.
Boghossian Is Back
The NCMA welcomes home one of its treasured paintings by Skunder Boghossian, recently featured in The Met’s blockbuster exhibition Surrealism Beyond Borders.
Seneca Artist Casts Collective Stories
Multimedia artist Marie Watt uses bronze to memorialize remembrance in warm, storied objects such as blankets.
NCMA Wins Grant to Reimagine Judaic Art Gallery
The Mandell Foundation offers generous support for the Museum’s special collection of Judaic ceremonial art.
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.
Mucha and Rodin: Friendship beyond Borders
Mucha’s friendship with French sculptor Auguste Rodin was fruitful for both artists. NCMA curator Michele Frederick explains.
How We Remember: Museums and Vernacular Photography
NCMA intern Julianne Miao raises the question of how found art might become fine art.