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The NCMA’s latest book release is “You Are The River”, available in the museum store. It features 75 gorgeous spreads of words and the artwork that inspired them. Check out this example by Terry Kennedy, who was inspired by Richard Mosse’s “Love is the Drug”, 2021.
REMINDER: Summer films are BACK! With many classics playing in our #NCMApark Theatre, there's plenty to make you nostalgic and take you back in time! Upcoming titles include “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”, “Sister Act”, and more! Get tickets and info at https://t.co/mIRFA6yXBE
Join us Saturday, August 7, as master watercolorist @marioarobinson, teaches how to build solid foundations for watercolor painting in a two-part virtual workshop! He will share his technnique for a realist style similar to Andrew Wyeth's. Register here: https://t.co/CNdz2Spy4v
Happy birthday to Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939)! Born 166 years ago today, the Czech illustrator ushered in the era of art nouveau. We look forward to hosting an exhibition of his masterpieces, opening October 23! Get your tickets at https://t.co/BMqKw700qN #NCMAmucha @AlphonseMucha
Thrilled to have @AdamJacobsNYC @KTPway and @KrystinaAlabado drop by the Museum on their day off! They are in town for the production of "Songs for a New World" at the @nctheatre starting July 27. Break a leg!
Today’s art spotlight is “I, Buffalo” by Lien Truon, 2017, part of our collection and past feature in the “Front Burner: Highlights in Contemporary North Carolina Painting '' exhibition. It speaks to “worldwide textile trade dating back to the silk road.” https://t.co/Cd0wTb3nWv
Tues, July 27, our Music at the Museum contest winners perform virtually, like Lakota John, pictured here, did! 2 ways to watch: A free public viewing from our #NCMApark Theatre screen or stream on YouTube at 9pm Info & tickets: https://t.co/7vJxYvlJwJ @ComeHearNC and @MyPBSNC
Nonmember tickets are on sale for “Alphonse Mucha: Art Nouveau Visionary" opening, Oct 23! Featuring some 100 works, including exclusive works from the family, get to know Alphonse Mucha and art nouveau’s distinctive approach. https://t.co/BMqKw700qN #NCMAmucha @AlphonseMucha
We love this photo of evvynne_tea in Jaime Hayon’s “SCULPT. C”! Come visit it in the #NCMApark, open from dawn to dusk! Tag us in your photos for a chance to be featured! We pick our favorites every Tuesday. #ArtNaturePeople.
Come experience “Pairs in the Park”, July 22 to 25, presented by @AmerDanceFest! In groups of 16, you'll be led through the Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum Park, and witness various duets choreographed by Chris Yon & Taryn Griggs. Purchase tickets here: https://t.co/Pr2dpHbPmW
TEENS! Get your art portfolio’s ready and join the #NCMA for a virtual Teen Art Portfolio, on July 21! From 1-3 pm, you'll be able to share your art and receive support and feedback to prepare you for art submissions! Purchase tickets here: https://t.co/IRM0LniCb2 #NCMAteens
Wednesday, July 21, take place in a free virtual event, where you'll mindfully observe and communally appreciate art. Relax your mind with breathing practice, and centering techniques, and observe a work from the #NCMA in a deeper way. Register here: https://t.co/N3v6QRTOjj
Join us for Art Snacks, a free virtual event today, to give you and your caregivers a taste of the NCMA, right from home! This month learn to transform a favorite pastime—blowing bubbles—into an artful exploration of color and texture. https://t.co/1RhdN3Iuos
Heather Sarona wrote “I LOVE the North Carolina Museum of Art here in Raleigh!” Well, Heather, we also love having you here. Great photo! Tag us in your photos for a chance to be featured! We pick our favorites every Tuesday. #ArtNaturePeople.
TONIGHT! Join us as @XOXOK performs virtually from the #NCMA! Two ways to watch: • Join a public viewing, livestreamed on our Museum Park Theater screen. • Stream free on YouTube starting at 9 pm More info here: https://t.co/LfYqRorubd Presented by @ComeHearNC and @MyPBSNC.
Ever visited the #NCMApark? Incredible art surrounds it but have you ever wondered about its history? Join us Thurs, July 15, for a lunchtime lecture to learn about its history, current projects, & perhaps a sneak peek into its future. Register for free: https://t.co/wzlrdZMclm