Amarillo Museum of Art

Amarillo Museum of Art

http://www.amarilloart.org

806-371-5050

2200 Van Buren

Amarillo, TX 79109

CURRENT

Larry R. Collins: Remember Me

Amarillo Museum of Art

October 20 - December 30, 2017

A show featuring photographs by Larry R. Collins. During the Vietnam War, Collins served as an infantryman and a combat illustrator. This show is part of a three-exhibition series exploring the Vietnam at the Amarillo Museum of Art.

The Soul of Vietnam: A Portrait of the North

Amarillo Museum of Art

October 20 - December 30, 2017

The Soul of Vietnam: a Portrait of the North explores one of the world’s largest populations’ profound transformation into a global power. Of all the rapidly developing countries of Southeast Asia, perhaps Vietnam is changing the fastest; the country is becoming unrecognizable from only a decade earlier. This show is part of a three-exhibition series exploring the Vietnam at the Amarillo Museum of Art.



PAST

AMoA Biennial 600: Architecture

The AMoA Biennial 600: Architecture exhibition is the 7th iteration of the Amarillo Museum of Art’s biennial series. The show is juried by Rand Elliott and...

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AMoA Biennial–600: SCULPTURE

A biennial that focuses on expanding the definition of sculpture and challenges the notion of “objectness.” Juried by Leigh Arnold, Assistant Curator at the Nasher Sculpture...

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Panhandle Artists

The Amarillo Museum of Art and the AMoA Alliance present an invitational exhibition open to area artists of all ages and levels of experience to...

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Panhandle Artists

The Amarillo Museum of Art and the AMoA Alliance present the Panhandle Artists’ Hanging! This exhibition is open to any area artist working in any...

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Joseph Holston; Color in Freedom

The Amarillo Museum of Art presents Color in Freedom – Journey along the Underground Railroad by contemporary African American artist Joseph Holston. "The collection of...

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AMoA Biennial 600: GLASS

Focusing on artists living within a 600-mile radius of Amarillo, this year’s biennial features a variety of works selected by Dante Marioni, a leading artist...

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Yokohama Woodblock Prints

AMoA presents Japan the Forbidden Country and the West: Yokohama Woodblock Prints, which features work created at Nagasaki between 1750 and 1850 that was gifted...

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Dante Marioni: Form-Color-Pattern

As recommended in our Fall Preview, this show of the Pilchuck-educated Marioni's exquisite glass vessels should be a good one!

Achievements in Art 2007

Betty Bivins Childers was an impressive, dedicated philanthropist. She was a descendant of the Bivins family, one of the early settlers in the TX Panhandle....

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