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Circa: The NCMA Blog

Introduction to Golden Mummies of Egypt
The NCMA's first exhibition featuring mummies takes visitors on a fascinating tour of a little-known era in ancient Egypt, a time when multiculturalism reigned. Curator Caroline Rocheleau explains.
Nature’s Art in the Museum Park
Our observant ranger keeps an eye on what the wildlife is up to in the Museum Park.
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A Blissful Disregard of Drama

American sculptor Paul Manship specialized in subjects inspired by classical mythology, which he treated in a sleek, graceful style…

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The Contemporary Art Whirl

Our curator of contemporary art is always looking for potential acquisitions for the permanent collection and ideas for exhibitions…

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An Interview with Muralist Cornelio Campos

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Rockwell Flirts with Art History

Norman Rockwell knew his art history. His paintings are a virtual candy store of references to the Old (and New) Masters.

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Name Dropping

Night Flight of Dread and Delight. Homage to the Square. A Peasant Spreading Manure. Who comes up with the titles for visual art?

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Our Own Dr. Kanof

Abram Kanof’s vision: a place where the spiritual and cultural life of the Jewish people could be celebrated and shared through memorable works of art.

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North Carolina’s O’Keeffe

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Thomas Moran’s Mordor

For this painting the artist was challenged to imagine a land of pure evil. Faced with such a challenge, Moran asked himself, “What would Turner do?”

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Celebrating a Sustainable Museum

NCMA Director of Planning and Design Dan Gottlieb remembers the first Earth Day.

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