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For more than a century, a King George sat on the British throne. The Georgian era was a period of innovation and growth, marked by extreme wealth and the expansion of the British Empire. With new prosperity came a flowering in the arts and architecture, paving the way for some of the finest artists and craftsmen the world has known. The Georgian Collection at M.S. Rau Antiques displays the...

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Pride of Place: The Making of Contemporary Art in New Orleans showcases renowned art collector and gallery owner Arthur Roger’s transformational gift of his entire personal art collection to the New Orleans Museum of Art. Spotlighting one of the city’s most groundbreaking contemporary art collections, the exhibition explores the rise of modern and contemporary art in New Orleans.  Since...

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Jim Steg: New Work

Jun 24, 2017 - Oct 8, 2017

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Jim Steg (American, 1922 –2001) was the most influential printmaker to be based in New Orleans in the twentieth century. Steg arrived in New Orleans in the early 1950s to teach printmaking at Newcomb College. During his long and productive career, he used almost every known printmaking method and even pioneered several of his own. This exhibition reveals Steg as both an innovator in the field...

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It was not until artist Regina Scully had the opportunity to closely explore the New Orleans Museum of Art’s collection of Japanese paintings that she realized the parallels between the art she was creating, and Chinese and Japanese antecedents. Paintings from throughout Scully’s career are presented with a selection of Japanese works from NOMA’s renowned permanent collection,...

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Play Reading Series

Jun 24, 2017 - Jul 12, 2017

Join us as we explore two of Shakespeare’s most powerful and exciting plays. Some of New Orleans’ finest actors – and few surprise celebrities –will tell Shakespeare’s stories at these one night only events! Free and open to the public, audiences will be admitted on a first come, first served basis. However, season subscribers will have the ability to reserve seats ahead of time!...

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