Top Five: May 25, 2017

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Friday,  6.2.17


Ice Cream, You Scream

Friday,  6.2.17   |   6–9 pm
A group exhibition celebrating the sweet days and cool delights of summer featuring artwork all about ice cream. This exhibition highlights 20 artists working in painting, drawing, sculpture, fiber, and photography.Artists include: Maisie Marie Alford Cody Arnell Victoria Marie Bee Harrison Brooks Shannon Cannings William Cannings Alberto Careaga John Chinn Carol Cunningham Hannah Dean Glenn Downing B.C. Gilbert Scotty Hensler James W. Johnson Chisum Justus Lindsey Maestri Erika Pochybova Victoria Shields Bruce Lee Webb Jeff F. Wheeler

The Factory Shorts: Selected Projects From ART4358 Motion Graphics

Friday,  6.2.17   |   6–9 pm
A collaborative exhibition of some of the best projects produced by graphic design students in the School of Art’s ART4358 Motion Graphics class. Artists include:Kamryn Cammack Mystie Do Sarah Freitag Bryden Hurley Lee Ico Hilda Ramirez Rachel Townsend Joshua Wells Nathan Wells Caitlin Alvarez Carson Bahr Keisha Flores Gahye Lee Joseph Nevarez Luis Sahagun Braylon Wiley

Birds in Art

April 28 through June 25, 2017
An exhibition featuring works of art that depict birds. The show is organized annually by the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum.
Wichita Falls |  Wichita Falls Museum of Art

The Great War Exhibitions

January 27 through September 2, 2017
Three exhibitions commemorating the centennial anniversary of the USA's entrance into World War I:Doughboys & Home Folks will use artifacts from the PPHM collections, as well as documents from a variety of sources, to explore life on the front lines and the home front.The Great War and the Panhandle-Plains Region will examine the lives of various soldiers, Marines, sailors, and nurses from the Panhandle-Plains region who served in WWI.World War I: The Great War in Images includes photographs documenting the period of the war.

When Georgia was Here

August 27, 2016 through February 24, 2018
An exhibition of art that was created during the period of Georgia O’Keeffe’s time at West Texas A&M University. The show will feature works by O’Keeffe’s contemporaries, including Lucien Abrams, Leon Dabo, Hale Bolton, Reveau Bassett, Louis Oscar Griffith, Edward G. Eisenlohr, E. Irving Couse, Joseph Henry Sharp, Bert Geer Phillips, W. Herbert Dunton, Oscar E. Berninghaus, and Ernest L. Blumenschein, among others. Objects in the show will rotate every 3-6 months.
Funding generously provided by: