Dishman Art Museum at Lamar University
An exhibition featuring works by Lamar University alumni.
A show of works by Lamar University students.
A show of works by Beijing-based artist Liu Wei.
“The Art of the Teacher will include the drawings and paintings completed by faculty mentors and their former graduate students from California State University, Long...Read More
A show featuring works by Lamar University faculty.
An exhibition featuring advertisting, prints, illustrations, and other forms of design created by local design companies.
A film presented as part of the Miss Fearless Women’s Film Series – a four-part series designed to bring awareness to violence against women and women’s...Read More
For nearly four decades, Pok Chi Lau has has made Chinese migration and the emergence of China a focal point of his work.
The Dishman Art Museum welcomes 14 New Orleans-based contemporary artists, forging new connections within the Crescent City. This exhibition will include works in several media...Read More
This annual exhibition of the art faculty highlights new and experimental work. This year the opening reception will coincide with a “Back-to-School Party” open to...Read More
South African artist Mary Sibande is interested in skin, fashion, and shadows. For Sibande, the body is where history is contested and fantasies play out....Read More
Inspired by High Modernism and Thelonious Monk, Gehring, a New York painter, combines minimalist austerity with expressionist color and technique.
15 paintings by North Carolina artist Page Laughlin based on photographs of luxury living spaces from magazines such as Architectural Digest and House Beautiful.
Work by Linnis Blanton, Kurt Dyrhaug, Xenia Fedorchenko, Meredith Jack, Ann Matlock, Rose Matthis, Donna Meeks, Crispin Prebys, Prince Thomas and Justin Varner.
The Dishman Art Museum at Lamar University presents sculptures by fifteen Texas artists that range from eight inches to twelve feet tall. The focus is...Read More
The Dishman Art Museum presents The Specious Instant with works by Steve Hodges, Justin Varner, and Jakob Christmas. Ranging from figurative works to abstraction, the...Read More