Arlington Museum of Art
A show of works by AISD students.
A show featuring ceramics by Pablo Picasso.
A group exhibition featuring works by Franklin Ackerley, Maisie Marie Alfort, B.C. Gilbert, Jim Johnson, Lucas Johnson, Luis Jimenz, Daniel Johnston, Sharon Kopriva, Charmaine Locke, Chris...Read More
The exhibition explores the creation of a Wright house through the eyes of a client who spent more than fifty years fulfilling the renowned architect’s...Read More
The Arlington Museum of Art will be co-hosting the first ever Downtown Arlington Arts Festival. Dozens of local artists and businesses, live music, carnival games...Read More
The Arlington Museum of Art shows self-portraits and portraits, biblical scenes, genre scenes and landscapes by the master Dutch printmaker, and some forgeries for comparison.
The Texas Radio Theatre presents an original radio play by written and directed by Richard Frohlich and Produced by Shannan Frohlichto be recorded in front...Read More
Through digital art, paper sculpture and acrylics, self-taught Christian artist Elva Robinson invites the viewer to explore the relationship between God and man as viewed...Read More
Curated by Kymerli Taylor of SheGotBaC (Black Artist with Credentials), an organization dedicated to celebrating and promoting African American female artists, featuring Fatimah Reaves, Erica...Read More
The Coalition for Free Syria of Texas is sponsoring an art contest and exhibiton to highlight the struggle and achievements of the on-going Syrian revolution...Read More
Points of View, curated by Lee Bowman, will feature the work of Dallas painters Sonali Khatti and Douglas Winters, Dan Darr of Arlington, watercolorist David...Read More
Flow: Dalton Maroney 1982 – 2011 is a survey of 29 years of UTA professor’s work. 17 Pristinely crafted boat-like wooden sculptures from an avid...Read More
The Arlington Museum of Art presents an exhibit of photography by students and faculty from UT Arlington who studied in Florence, Italy this June, under...Read More
Photographs by Walter Nelson of a spectacular land grant near Big Bend, now owned by Midwestern State University.