Galveston Arts Center
November 25 - January 7, 2018
"Taiguruma Radio Station reintroduces the lost art and tradition of Japanese “fish cart” lanterns through an installation by Motoyuki Noguchi and Toshimichi Minagawa. Expanding on the tradition of communicating with our ancestors, Noguchi and Minagawa’s installation offers visitors an opportunity to open a line of communication across borders, generations, and cultures through postcards and a local radio broadcast."
November 25 - January 7, 2018
Joan Laughlin’s detailed paintings of forest undergrowth and tree knots highlight the resilience of the natural world and allude to the fleeting nature of memory. The works border between hyper-real and abstract in their attention to detail.
November 25 - January 7, 2018
An exhibition of photographs, video, printed matter, and a 13-foot-tall viewing platform resembling a seawall lifeguard stand by artist Dan Schmahl. Schmahl’s exhibition documents the romantic pipe-dream of a Galveston, Texas, beachfront utopia.
An exhibition featuring works from San Antonio artist Christie Blizard’s ongoing project in which she holds up text paintings on the Today show and Good Morning America.
“Regina Agu explores representations of the physical and historical landscape in her exhibition Sea Change. Agu’s work explores narratives related to language, history, and representation,...Read More
A show featuring works by Dallas-based artist Giovanni Valderas. The pieces in Giovanni Valderas: Tradecraft address “issues with gentrification in Spanish speaking communities and incorporate frayed elements...Read More
A show of new paintings by Houston artist Christopher Cascio. The pieces in the exhibition reference both traditional quilt patterns and the artist’s past works that were created...Read More
A show of new ceramic totems by Houston artist Angel Oloshove. The pieces in the exhibition “reflect on the land, environment, and its constant state of...Read More
A show of paintings by Houston artist Bradley Kerl. Kerl’s compositions are inspired by his daily experiences — his imagery includes classroom still-life arrangements, a flowerbed at the...Read More
A show of works by members of Houston’s Burning Bones Press printmaking studio. This exhibition is co-organized by Keelin Burrows, Curator for The Printing Museum, Houston, and...Read More
A show of works by Texas-based artist Abhidnya Ghuge. In her work, Ghuge creates large-scale installations made from printed paper plates.
An exhibition of works by the Houston-based artist collective ROUX (Rabéa Ballin, Ann Johnson, Delita Martin, and Lovie Olivia). The works of the collective “navigate...Read More
A collaborative show between multidisciplinary artists Tierney Malone and Robert Hodge. The exhibition is a visual representation of the music project Two and 1/2 Years: A Musical...Read More
2,524 Earthquakes This Past Year is a sound installation that references the seismic activity caused by fracking in Oklahoma and North Texas between January 1...Read More
Calder Kamin sculpts animals using colored plastic bags. In addition to her sculptures, this exhibition will have an educational component, the Neocortex Classroom, that aims to...Read More
A multimedia installation by Austin-based artist Jules Buck Jones. The show will feature the artist’s paintings, drawings, and sculptures combined with backdrops and props from his Animal...Read More
A show of selections from Galveston-based collective WAKE’s publication Wake the Zine. 300 copies of each issue of Wake the Zine are distributed in publicly accessible spaces, primarily...Read More
A show of photographs by Steve Fisher. In his work, Fisher aims to document the “understated beauty” of Texas’ coastal landscape.
A show of works by Houston artist David Aylsworth. The artist “is inspired by images around him, in both a mental and physical sense, and...Read More
A lecture series featuring speakers discussing art, science, and technology.
“Inspired by city and suburban landscapes, Jonathan Leach’s paintings and sculptures explore how architecture, advertising, and icons interact with one another, using line and color...Read More
An exhibition of small sculptures, digital prints, and abstract geometric monotypes by Houston artist Luisa Duarte.
A show of works by artist Rena Wood. The fiber works in the show aim to “reference the ephemeral nature of memory.”
A show of works by Rachel Gardner. In this show, Gardner utilizes “sculpture and installation to explore the tenuous balance between nature and the modern...Read More
A show of paintings by Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak. “Using carefully collected information related to the continued political turmoil of her ancestral homeland, Bodnar-Balahutrak collages printed text, images,...Read More
A show of works by New York photographer Mindy Veissid. For this exhibition, Veissid will present photographs of Galveston, Cuba, and Spain.
From the gallery: “Sculpting life-sized figures of children, Sandburg uses newsprint to create the metaphoric skin and bones of her subjects just as children today...Read More
A pop-up show featuring six artists and their interpretations on what it means to make a book. Artists include: Candace Hicks, Michelle Wilson, Dorothy Yule, Susan Porteous, Bonnie O’Connell, and Jennifer...Read More
“Marcos Hdez, creates minimalist drawings and paintings utilizing tar, sand, asphalt, and drywall sheeting. His sculptural reliefs are predominantly white and grey as if he...Read More
An exhibition of works by Houston-based artist Ariane Roesch. The show is comprised of various ladder sculptures that integrate patterned fabrics and bright colors. The artist...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Ted Larsen, Myke Venable, Mokha Laget, Aldo Chaparro, George Grochocki, Clark Derbes, and Eduardo Portilla. The show explores the artist’s varying...Read More
The final exhibition celebrating Curator Clint Willour’s 25th anniversary with GAC.
An exhibition celebrating Curator Clint Willour’s 25th anniversary with the Galveston Arts Center. The show features a diverse selection of prominent Texas artists that Willour has curated...Read More
In Love, Optimized, designer Ernesto D. Morales and sociologist Shelly Ronen have collaborated to create
An exhibition of installations and paintings by Margaret Smithers-Crump. The works in the show were created specifically for the Galveston Arts Center.