Center for Contemporary Arts – Abilene

Center for Contemporary Arts - Abilene

http://www.center-arts.com/

(325) 677-8389

220 Cypress Street

Abilene, TX 79601

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Looking West

A show of works by Anthony Brown and Turner Vinson.

Larla Morales: Kin

A show of works by Texas-based artist Larla Morales. The artist on her work: “I create art to explore connectivity and celebrate novelty by utilizing traditional...

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2017 Intercollegiate Student Art Competition

The eighth annual Intercollegiate Student Art Competition. The show will feature works by students from Abilene Christian University, Cisco College, Hardin-Simmons University, McMurry University, and Texas State...

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TPS 24:The International Competition

“The Texas Photographic Society presents its annual International Competition, this year juried by Dr. David L. Coleman, Director of the Wittliff Collections, San Marcos, Texas,...

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Kathy Robinson: Talk With You

“Through her mixed media works, Center Artist Member Kathy Robinson looks for the beauty in everyday objects, listening for the story each has to tell,...

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Divisions & Connections

“Center Artist Members present artistic interpretations of things that divide us and things that connect us, demonstrating that sometimes the same things do both.”

Polly Jones: On the Table

An exhibition of works by artist Polly Jones. The pieces in the show highlight ordinary life’s possibilities for moments of “discovery and awakening.”

Stirring Up Scrambled Eggs

An exhibition of works by Jana S. Cross that attempt to “capture the vibrancy, the commercialism, and the changing role of women” in the mid-20th century.

Above the Surface

An exhibition of paintings by Howard Payne University art professors Susan and David Harmon.

Unexpected Colors

An exhibition of paintings by Julie Denny. The works are inspired by her travels.

Water

An exhibition featuring impressions of water in a variety of media by 23 artists.

Chase Turk: Plastic

Collages by artist Chase Turk reflect challenges of modern society.

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