International Museum of Art and Science
February 2 - April 1, 2018
FOLD is an exhibition featuring "works by thirteen female artists who each explore the concept of the fold in terms of form and conceptual metaphor in both stationary and time-based art media." The show spans multiple locations, with different artists showing at each venue.Location: International Museum of Art and Science Artists: Laleh Mehran, Sibel Kocabasi, Giannina Coppaino Dwin, and Anja MariasLocation: Visual Art Gallery Located in Annex Building at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Artists: Linda Behar, Isabel Gouveia, Rojhaneh Hosseini, Dorotha Grace Lemeh, and Amber ScoonLocation: Visitor Center at UTRGV (1201 W University Dr, Edinburg) Artists: Misoo Filan, Gulia Huber, Sibel Kocabasi, and Golnar Shahyar
A show of works by Los Angeles artist Cynthia Minet. The pieces in the exhibition are sculpted using plastic waste.
A show featuring 200 works on paper and sculptures created by McAllen ISD students.
A show of works by San Francisco Psychedelic artist Mansfield (Alan Perkins). The exhibition includes artworks, record albums and sheet music.
An exhibition of works by Marfa-based artist Julie Speed. The show is comprised of paintings, prints, and collages, showing the breadth of Speed’s artistic talents.
A night of crafts, catching and battling Pokémon, and educational activities.
An exhibition of works by artist and illustrator Jan Brett.
An exhibition by Los Angeles-based abstract artist Gisela Colon. The show features sculptures made from blow-molded acrylic plastic with iridescent and fluorescent pigments.
An exhibition of lithographs by Salvador Dalí. The works in the show were produced as illustrations for a 1973 cookbook published by a secret chef.
An exhibition featuring artwork from McAllen ISD kindergarten through 8th grade students.
An exhibition of cinema posters designed by Josep Renau. Via the museum: “Mr. Renau revolutionized the design of film propaganda in Mexico. He introduced the technique...Read More
An exhibition of metal sculptures by Dallas native George Tobolowsky.
A day of family fun featuring face painting, paper mache, sugar skulls, and more.
An exhibition surveying works from the museum’s permanent collection.
An exhibition of works that address “global and regional human rights, social justice and environmental issues.”
An exhibition of works by photographer Mark Roddenberry. The series of photographs were originally displayed at IMAS ten years ago in 2005. It depicts the streets...Read More
A collaborative exhibition by sculptor Dewane Hughes and painter Alexis Serio.
The inaugural participant in IMAS’s Artist in Residency Program, Korean artist Ran Hwang unveils a new installation, created over the course of 19 days and...Read More
Work by blind artist Gerardo Nigenda (1968-2010), who lost his sight at age 25 and began taking photographs at 32 with a camera given to...Read More
Works by Peruvian artist Alfredo Alcalde, a disciple of great Latin-American artists Victor Humareda, Francisco Izquierdo and Guzmán Manzaneda.
An exhibition of more than 50 wood, ceramic, and stone sculptures by San Antonio-based sculptor, Danville Chadbourne.
Computer animation from 3D animator and Disney Institute educator Graham Toms. For this installation, users will navigate through a virtual environment that begins with the...Read More
This Belgian Constructivist artist has made significant contributions to the development of Post-War art in Europe.
On loan from the San Antonio Museum of art, this exhibition showcases the art, daily life, and beliefs of the Han dynasty through examples of...Read More
A model pavilion made by Chinese artisans that demonstrates traditional Chinese carving and fine furniture techniques. No nails were used to build this model of...Read More
For over a year Mark Cloet has been working alongside UTPA professors and students, IMAS, and various members of the community. Thursday evening will be...Read More
After eighteen years, Benini returns from the Hill Country to the International Museum of Art & Science to showcase his latest works.
Fiberglass and silicone sculptures, inspired by Christian’s love of old sci-fi movies, pinup girls, anime, ambient electronic music, and H.P. Lovecraft. Christian created a signature...Read More
Saltillo artist Ines de Leon is inspired by Paleolithic cave paintings. It is clear to her that Paleolithic peoples were looking for or were indeed...Read More
Seattle-based artist/activist Chris Jordan contrasts beautiful digital images with ugly statistics on consumer waste.
The International Museum of Art & Science presents Arte de la Frontera, curated by IMAS Executive Director Joseph Bravo and Tom Matthews. Artists include Cande...Read More