Gallery I & II (Texas State University)

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De La Tierra

Gallery I & II (Texas State University)

September 9 - October 7, 2015

A group exhibition curated by Michael Anthony García. The exhibition explores the vibrant imagery of Tomás Rivera’s novel Y No Se Lo Tragó La Tierra (And the Earth Did Not Devour Him) and includes work by Olaniyi R. Akindiya AKIRASH, Gerardo Arellano & Federico Archuleta, David Bellesen, Aldo Valdés Böhm, Celesta Danger, James Huizar, Paloma Mayorga, Teruko Nimura, and Beth Consetta Rubel.


Deb Sokolow: All Your Vulnerabilities Will Be Assessed

A panoramic narrative on multiple papers consisting of handwritten texts, erasure marks, blocked out information, photocopies, diagrams and architectural floor plans with flap-like walls protruding […]

This Is It's This

A sample of Texas State’s Art and Design Studio program, with works from graduating seniors. Artists: Angelina Artes, Belinda Bourne, Karen Dameron, Steven Cashiola, Annette […]

New Century Modern

New Century Modern, co-curated by School of Art and Design Professor Michel Conroy and Gallery Director Mary Mikel Stump, brings together the ceramic art of […]

Jason Archer: Jesus Cornbread and the Alcoholics

Jason Archer introduces his latest animation project, Jesus Cornbread and the Alcoholics. The evening’s program includes clips and props from the project, along with comments […]

Okay Mountain Collective: Big Strange Mystery

Doesn’t the image say it all? The Okay Mountain Collective is back again with "an immersive installation that borrows, mimics and transforms various elements associated […]

100- 4 -100 Exhibition

Before they’re all sold at the sale and silent auction on Saturday night, check out 100 artworks by the likes of Beverly Penn, Jeffrey Dell […]


"A collection of sculptural installations and individual objects, this exhibition is comprised of ceramic works that explore the conceptual potential for elaboration and women’s use […]

Loyal Opposition

Gallery director, Mary Mikel Stump is doing great things for San Marcos! This exhibit presents art that uses art as a vehicle for social commentary. […]

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