Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Your #NMOAatHome Lineup | Week of March 29


Murder Mystery: Who Killed Cynthia Conner?

  Tuesday, March 30, 7pm 

Can you solve this cold case mystery? The morning after her big art exhibition opening, Cynthia Conner is found dead. Search the museum, interview suspects, and use forensic science to determine whether her death was an accident or something else.

This is a preview of the game. We hope to hear your feedback immediately following game play.


Art Face-Off: Battle of the Wards
North Ward

 Week of March 29 

Art Face-Off is an audience-juried art competition between five artists, each representing a Newark ward, who will compete in a final round on April 22 at 7pm.

During the few weeks, we're inviting participants from each ward to compete on Instagram or Facebook for a spot in the final round. This week is the North Ward!

The winners from each ward will also be featured on the Museum’s social media channels and receive an honorarium of $300.


Video Drop—Virtual Tour of Wondrous Worlds: Art and Islam Through Time and Place Exhibition

  Thursday, April 1, 7pm 

Join us for a virtual tour of the Museum’s 2016 exhibition, Wondrous Worlds: Art and Islam Through Time and Place, which showcases the long history, vast geographic expanse and amazing diversity of works of art in the Islamic world. This is a pre-recorded event, previously shared with Members.

Video drops are available on the following channels at the specified date and time:

An Evening with Frida Kahlo: Film Screening and Talk

 Tuesday, April 6, 7pm 

Free - Members
$7 -  Non-Members, Seniors and Students

Join us to explore the work of celebrated Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, hosted by Jennifer Dasal, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the North Carolina Museum of Art and host and creator of the award-winning ArtCurious podcast.
By signing up, you will also receive access to the 2020 documentary film Frida Kahlo, Directed by Ali Ray. The film will be available to stream April 2 - April 9. View the Trailer

Virtual Homeschool: Native American Artists

 Wednesday, April 21, 10am 

$10 per student

Learn how art and artifacts tell us stories from our past. Homeschoolers will be introduced to art by Native American artists and learn how Native artists today use traditional materials and techniques to innovate in their work.


Happy Hour: Art, Culture & Spirits

 Friday, April 9, 6pm 


Camp NMOA Open House
  Saturday, April 10, 11am 


Virtual Family Drop-in: Meet and Make with Artist Adebudmi Gbadebo

  Sunday, April 11, 2pm 


Member Experiences—Virtual Tour: School House & Fire Museum

  Tuesday, April 13, 10am 


Art Bites
New on Zoom!

  Tuesday, April 13, 7pm 


Community Day: Cherry Blossom Festival

  Saturday, April 17, 10am-5pm