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** Due to the inclement weather predicted, the screening of Edward Scissorhands has been moved to inside NOMA for 7:30pm on Friday, November 6th. All purchased tickets will be honored. Additional tickets will be available at the door. Guests will be receiving an email explaining how to obtain a refund if desired (please check your spam account also). **
For the fall series of Movies in the Garden, NOMA will feature a writer, producer, and director who has made his mark on the period by creating unique, quirky, and visually stunning films – Tim Burton.
Like many visual artists with one-of-a-kind styles, Tim Burton’s films stand alone. There is no mistaking a movie that Tim Burton has worked on. From writing the holiday classic A Nightmare Before Christmas, directing a new spin on an old tale for 2010’s Alice In Wonderland, and producing the gothic and art deco styled Batman Returns, his films have become classics that delight our varied senses.
Bring the whole family to the Sculpture Garden this fall to enjoy three much loved and entertaining films that showcase some of the best works directed by Tim Burton.
November 6th, 7:30pm: Edward Scissorhands
Originally released December 14, 1990, Rated PG-13
An uncommonly gentle young man, who happens to have scissors for hands, falls in love with a beautiful girl.
The screening has been moved indoors due to the weather. Join us inside NOMA!
- 5:30 - 8:30pm: Music: Ronald Joseph
- 5 - 8pm: Art On The Spot
- 7:30 - 9:15pm: Edward Scissorhands (NOMA auditoirum)
NOMA will have a bar with beverages available for purchase and Cafe NOMA will be open with a variety of food options.
All programs are free with museum admission.
This screening will be closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
No outside food or beverages will be permitted inside the musuem.
NOMA Members can call 658.4130 to renew or obtain their membership #. Children attending with NOMA Members are FREE!
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The New Orleans Museum of Art
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