The NCMA explores Afrofuturism as well as iconic outfits in film history in a traveling exhibit of Oscar winner Ruth E. Carter’s costumes.
Spring is in full swing with nature-inspired dinners, musical festivals, Earth Day celebrations and performing arts shows
The sculpture Tar Baby vs. St. Sebastian is a visitor favorite at the NCMA, which will host work by the artist, who was killed on Sept. 11.
An annual celebration at the North Carolina Museum of Art highlights an extraordinary accomplishment for the Jewish community.
On Jan. 10, guests sampled bites from the newly imagined NCMA Café by Catering Works, located inside the NC Art Museum’s West Building.
On August 31, WALTER celebrated the 10 years since its first issue with a festive evening at the North Carolina Museum of Art.
The inaugural Brightwork Fellow at Anchorlight in Raleigh, this reframes fabric, sewing and history through her provocative pieces.
A new acquisition at the NCMA — a marble piece called The Old Indian Arrow Maker and His Daughter — offers a fresh perspective on both the subject and the medium.
This September, dancer and choreographer Luke Hickey taps into his North Carolina roots at the American Dance Festival.
This Davidson, North Carolina painter’s abstract artwork looks like it may have been done quickly, but in fact it’s a meticulous process.
Welcome the warm weather and soak up some extra rays of sunshine with your favorite bands and concert series across the Triangle.
Hundreds of hands created a piece titled Satellite Reef, which is partly composed of recycled and scrap materials.
This Durham-based landscape architect designs exquisite, sustainable spaces across the Southeast, including the Cantor Rodin Court at NCMA.
The North Carolina Museum of Art hosted Usu Company owner Stacy Ahua for a candle-making event in December as part of their Museum Store Maker series.