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.
Translating the data of daily living and observation, artists Laurie Frick and James Sterling Pitt each utilize visual language that straddles neuroscience, data, and art. […]
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 […]
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, 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 introduces his latest animation project, Jesus Cornbread and the Alcoholics. The evening’s program includes clips and props from the project, along with comments […]
Check out Heather Carter and McKay Otto’s two-person exhibition, Homegrown at Texas State University.
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 […]
"The CultureLab Collective comprises a diverse group of artists working loosely around the question of social cohesion within the context of aesthetic fragmentation. The work […]
Don’t miss this show!! Check out sculpture, drawings, paintings and digital photographs by Mimi Kato (who’s been getting a ton of attention lately), Alyson Fox […]
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 […]
An annual invitational exhibition that celebrates artists who live and work around TSU, and this year
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. […]