It's your art museum, North Carolina! From lively teacher programs to thought-provoking lectures on the arts, a variety of programs and resources are available for audiences of all ages. The NCMA strives to be "of and for" the people of North Carolina.
“At Home in Holland” and "Friends and Family"
Traveling Trunk art experiences, available on loan or as facilitated programs, engage individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Each trunk includes reproductions of a work of art from the Museum’s collection accompanied by replicas of items that can be seen in the painting. Conversation starters and activities are designed to stimulate interaction, the senses, and memory.
Free. Contact Diana Phillips (919) 664-6779.
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