Forsyth Galleries

Forsyth Galleries


275 Joe Routt Boulevard

College Station, TX 77843


Inspired Design: The Glass of Frederick Carder

Forsyth Galleries

May 22 - September 9, 2018

"This exhibition features works from the Forsyth’s Runyon Collection, showcasing prime examples of decorative art from Frederick Carder, one of the most prolific and well-known glass designers of the late 19th and early 20th century." Over his career, Carder worked for the English firm of Stevens & Williams and Steuben Glass Works in Corning, New York.

That’s Brilliant! American Brilliant Cut Glass

Forsyth Galleries

May 22 - September 5, 2018

"The American Brilliant Period exemplifies the splendor of the Gilded Age, when those with means covered every surface with decoration. In the case of brilliant cut glass, heavy, leaded glass is covered with deep cuts that catch reflective light, making it glisten. The exhibition features pieces from the permanent collection as well as those borrowed from generous lenders, and includes extraordinarily intricate works from prominent late 19th and early 20th century firms such as C. Dorflinger & Sons, J. Hoare & Company, Pairpoint Glass Company, and T.G. Hawkes & Company."


The Great Aggie Art Project

Join university staff and volunteers to help create a large-scale work using found objects.

Crystal Clear: The Science of Glass

An exhibition exploring the history, science, and technology of glassmaking from ancient to modern times, including both art and practical use objects.

Seeing Native American / Being Native American

Dual exhibitions explore and contrast various historic and contemporary depictions of Native American life. Seeing Native American: Historic Impressions (Forsyth Galleries) features late 19th- and early...

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Regional Juried Art Exhibition

Forsyth Center Galleries is introducing their first annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition, guest curated by Eric Hormell, Editor of the Getty Research Institute’s Bibliography of...

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London: Heart of Empire

Drawing from various private and University collections, London: Heart of Empire is the first in a three-part, three-year study of the "art capitals" that influenced...

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