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Our Judaic, Rodin, Italian, Dutch and Renaissance, and Modern and Contemporary galleries will remain on view through May 29, 2022, along with a selection of works from the African arts collection. West Building will then close to the public, reopening October 8, 2022. Learn more about this exciting reinstallation project and related reopening celebrations. 


Fall 2021 Billboards: Modern Mucha

November 6, 2021–March 2022
Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum Park

Every other year, the NCMA holds a competition for college-student artists from or studying in North Carolina and selects the artwork of three students to be displayed on billboards in the Museum Park. In conjunction with the exhibition Alphonse Mucha: Art Nouveau Visionary, Modern Mucha showcases works that reimagine beauty in the art nouveau style and incorporate more contemporary and open notions of body positivity.

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The billboards are by Ella Mackinson, a student from Charlotte studying at Pratt Institute; Pinghui Ren, studying at Fayetteville Technical Community College; and Kiersten Joyner, studying at East Carolina University. Each was inspired by the work of Mucha in different ways and have brought their individual experience to the images on display.

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Enjoy the works of Alphonse Mucha in the exhibition Alphonse Mucha: Art Nouveau Visionary, on view in East Building through January 23, 2022.

Courtesy of the artists and made possible by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina as part of an ongoing series of outdoor art projects, Art Has No Boundaries, commissioned by the NCMA to encourage visitors to actively explore the Museum Park.

Ella Mackinson, Blue Ridge, 2021, Courtesy of the artist

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