J. Wayne Stark Galleries, Texas A&M
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“Featuring artwork from the University’s permanent collections, this exhibition invites visitors to look at art in new ways. Paired artworks will explore differences in texture,...Read More
“iMOTION demonstrates the concept of transformability as a new design tool in architecture. Here, the architectural attributes of the mechanism, which is the ability to...Read More
An exhibition featuring floral designs created by Texas A&M student teams “who have incorporated picture frames into their designs to express a particular emotion.”
An exhibition featuring works by 30 female artists from the U.S. and Spain who “explore the complexity of being a woman today while honoring the...Read More
An exhibition featuring 21 artists from the Texas A&M College of Architecture faculty. Works on display will include everything from painting to hi-tech interactive clothing!
An exhibition of art created using recycled automobile hubcaps. The pieces in the show comment on the politics of consumption in American culture.
An exhibition exploring the design of Frank Lloyd Wright’s houses. The show will feature reproduction drawings, photographs, and photographic murals.
A show of works by TAMU professor of mathematics David Kerr. Via the artist: “This photography exhibition explores various facets of the twentieth-century architectural legacy of the...Read More
A show of artworks from Texas A&M University’s permanent collections.
An exhibition of sculptures by Auguste Rodin. This show highlights Rodin’s appreciation of the natural form of the human figure.
“Perspective 2016 allows members of the Student Floral Club to express themselves through the creation of a floral design tethered to a historical Asian art...Read More
An exhibition following the evolution of New York’s Aperture Foundation through a display of photographs.
A panel discussion about preservation and collections care with guest conservators Wesley Sorenson (Conservation Arts Group, Dallas, TX) and Heather Hamilton (Collection Manager, City of...Read More
An exhibition featuring drawing, painting, sculpture and computer-generated imagery by a number of faculty artists from the College of Architecture.
Attention CASETA enthusiasts! Jerry Cooper, Sharon Steen and Pat Nelson will gather to remember Buck Schiwetz (1898–1984), a seminal Texas artist of the 1930s and...Read More
This exhibition brings together fifty works in a variety of media that examine self-portraits and portraits of other artists. Included in the show are works...Read More
A comprehensive history of kites.
Ron Cheek is a contemporary representational painter who focuses on figurative and still-life subjects. Although contemporary in subject matter, his paintings reflect the sensibility of...Read More
Original prints by all of the important artists of the movement: Max Ernst, Rene Magritte, Salvador Dali, Max Ernst and others, organized by art services...Read More
Art illustrating twelve stories by Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges, curated by Jorge J.E. Gracia and organized by the University at Buffalo.
Select paintings from the permanent collection.
80 hand crafted pieces of the renowned 19th century jeweler Peter Carl Fabergé.
The J. Wayne Stark Galleries at Texas A&M University introduces Perspective 10 ’: The Inspired Vase. This exhibition has taken place for nineteen consecutive years...Read More
The Creative Photograph in Archaeology: from the Traveling Photographers of the 19th Century to the Creative Photography of the 20th Century was curated by "Socratis...Read More
Check out Sijan‘s remarkably realistic life-size sculptures. Although his work brings the obvious comparison to Ron Mueck‘s sculptures, the ‘wow’ factor is still there, so...Read More
In addition to her exhibit, Gulezian will participate in an artist residency over the course of several days, where she will be involved in speaking...Read More
Turning Wood into Art: the Jane and Arthur Mason Collection was organized by The Mint Museum of Craft + Design.
Presented in conjunction with VSA arts and Volkswagen of America, Inc., this exhibit was developed to "recognize and showcase young artists with disabilities living in...Read More