Reavley Gallery at the The Cole Art Center at The Old Opera House- SFASU
September 8 - October 15, 2016
Works by SFA faculty members.
An exhibition of works from the Watercolor East Texas group. This year’s show was juried by Visual Arts Alliance member Ann Bell.
An exhibition of jewelry and metalwork.
An exhibition of drawings, prints and paintings by Charles D. Jones.
Samsara is a documentary by filmmakers Ron Fricke and Mark Magidson. “Samsara is a Sanskrit word that means “the ever turning wheel of life” and is...Read More
Bronze sculpture and drawings related to childhood memories of her own mother reading from Robert Frost’s writings.
James Drake, the juror of the 2011 Texas National at The Cole Art Center, has an exhibition of recent work running concurrently with the juried...Read More
SFA’s 17th annual juried competition and exhibition provides an opportunity for emerging artists to have their work juried by a highly acclaimed artist like the...Read More
The Cole Art Center features Movies for the Wall created by optical artist, inventor and filmmaker Rufus Butler Seder. His vast optical glass-tiled murals appear...Read More
Judy Pfaff takes over Nacogdoches and The Cole Art Center @ The Old Opera House! Known for her optically energetic sculptures and installations, this exhibition...Read More
In its 16th year, this annual juried competition TEXAS NATIONAL 2010 is open to all artists living and working in the United States. This year’s...Read More
The Refined jewelry exhibition celebrates it’s sixth anniversary with an exhibition juried Lisa Gralnick, a jeweler and professor of art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Husband and wife team Leo and Diane Dillon’s retrospective exhibition includes illustrations from African folktales to Scandinavian epics and fantasy to science fiction.
Check out recent works by Stephen F. Austin faculty members, including the incredibly talented Robert Kinsell (shown).
This is the first solo show in Nacogdoches for SFA assistant professor of art Michelle Rozic, who joined the SFA faculty in 2007.
"Eats and Treats features Mark Menjivar‘s photographs of refrigerator interiors from his series You Are What You Eat and Mindy Sue Meyers‘ (shown) soft sculptural...Read More
San Antonio-based photographer Michael Nye spent four years traveling the U.S., visually documenting and making audio recordings of people sharing their stories of living with...Read More
"Feast your eyes upon Marks‘ large-scale ‘sewn drawings’, created intuitively as she fuses patterned scraps of fabric to large cloth backgrounds and then uses an...Read More
Check out nearly 100 examples by some of the leading figures in the Modernist movement in Texas, including Michael Frary, Ralph White, Constance Forsyth, Kelly...Read More
In celebration of Black History Month, the SFA art galleries are presenting new work by Orton, a Nacogdoches native. County Line, an African American community...Read More
"Saville‘s luminous photographs, taken in post-twilight hours, reveal the startling polarity between the ordinariness of day and the mystery and melancholy of darkness." Take a...Read More
Asst. prof Maki Hajikano presents work in cast glass, as well as some mixed media pieces. Maki is herself a grad of the University of...Read More
"Refined is a biannual juried exhibition sponsored by the SFA School of Art. This year’s theme, "Abundance," seeks to demonstrate the wide breadth of originality...Read More