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Shaping America Closed For Two Weeks, MOA Store Closed for One Week

Shaping America Closed For Two Weeks, MOA Store Closed for One Week

For the next two weeks, the Physical Facilities Electric shop will soon be replacing the lighting for the majority of the 3rd floor (main floor) of the MOA. The Shaping America exhibition and religious wing will be closed during this time. This project will occur from Monday, July 27 – Friday, August 7. The MOA Cafe and […]

3:48 PM , July 23, 2015 Comments Off on Shaping America Closed For Two Weeks, MOA Store Closed for One Week

Press Conference: Carl Bloch’s “The Mocking of Christ”

On Thursday, June 4, 2015, the BYU Museum of Art proudly presented for the first time the Museum of Art’s newest acquisition and addition to the permanent collection of the Museum, Carl Bloch’s The Mocking of Christ. The BYU Museum of Art press conference and unveiling of the painting is below.

11:36 AM , June 11, 2015 Comments Off on Press Conference: Carl Bloch’s “The Mocking of Christ”
Introduction: A Tradition of Adaptation

Introduction: A Tradition of Adaptation

In conjunction with the exhibition Weaving the Unexpected: Navajo Pictorials from the Lucke Collection, the graduate curatorial students involved in creating the exhibition each submitted an essay to be compiled into a book of the same name as the exhibition. This book is available for purchase at the MOA Store. Here we feature one of […]

11:16 AM , June 11, 2015 Comments Off on Introduction: A Tradition of Adaptation

Video: Panel Discussion “The Promise and Peril of Mormon Art”

On May 20, 2015, the BYU Museum of Art hosted an panel of jurists from the LDS Church History Museum’s 10th International Art Competition. These panelists discussed the topic “The Promise and Peril of Mormon Art.” Panelists: Campbell Gray – Director, University of Queensland Art Museum in Brisbane, Australia and former Director, BYU Museum of […]

1:31 PM , June 5, 2015 Comments Off on Video: Panel Discussion “The Promise and Peril of Mormon Art”