NCMA Opens Rembrandt Show with Free Admission Friday

October, 27, 2011
NCMA Opens Rembrandt Show with Free Admission Friday

The largest collection of Rembrandt paintings from American collections ever.

Rockwell’s “Lighter Side” this Weekend, Audobon & Bob Trotman talks this Week

November, 12, 2010
Rockwell’s “Lighter Side” this Weekend, Audobon & Bob Trotman talks this Week

Talks on Rockwell, Audubon and Trotman in the coming week.

North Carolina Museum of Art Opening Weekend Event Details

March, 09, 2010
North Carolina Museum of Art Opening Weekend Event Details

The new wing of the NCMA will open on April 24th with two days of events inside and out.

NCMA gets a New Logo Designed by Pentagram

December, 04, 2009
NCMA gets a New Logo Designed by Pentagram

A typeface inspired by the shape of the coffers encasing the skylights in the new building.

Winter and Spring Film Series for NCMA Announced

January, 08, 2009

NCMA Film Curator Laura Boyes is back with another set of fine films for this year’s installment of the Spring and Winter Film Series for 2009.  It kicks off this Friday with Charlie Chaplin’s classic, City Lights.

Cloud Chamber @ North Carolina Museum of Art NCMA

November, 27, 2008

Tucked back into the woods off the Reedy Creek Greenway is the NCMA’s Cloud Chamber for the Trees and Sky by Chris Drury, a British artist who has completed commissioned works all over the world. The Cloud Chamber is a camera obscura device that projects the sky and trees onto the interior surface of this small grotto-like structure. The Cloud Chamber on New Raleigh.

North Carolina Museum of Art Hires Pentagram Design Firm

December, 17, 2007

The North Carolina Museum of Art has hired the international multi-disciplinary design firm Pentagram to re-develop the museum’s graphic identity. This partnership comes at an exciting time when the museum is in the construction phase of what looks to be a spectacular new addition. Pentagram’s design team will be working with museum directors, architects, and designers to re-design the museum’s logo, signage, and graphic standards. Read More >>