The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture office will be closed November 25-27. We will reopen on November 30. The office will also be
Margie J. Reese, Executive Director of the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture, will be honored by the North Texas Business Council for the
Join The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture on Thursday, November 19th for our final Arts Town Hall of 2020. Margie Reese, Executive Director
Recruiting, Retaining, and Building a Diverse Board of Directors TCA Professional Development Webinar Classic - Remastered TCA is excited to offer a remastered professional development webinar from
The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture hosted a virtual preview of Museum Day: Origin Stories from the Regional Musem Network. This is a
As 2020 comes to a close, one bright light will shine, or really 20,000 lights plus the 45 magical displays that grace the front lawn of the Hardin Administration Building at Midwestern State University.
The MSU-Burns Fantasy of Lights will continue its tradition of brightening the holiday season Monday, Nov. 23-Dec. 26. This year marks the 46th anniversary of MSU Texas’ association with the tradition begun by Wichita Falls businessman L.T. Burns and his wife Lillian in the 1920s.
For those visiting the lights, facial coverings will be required, along with practicing social distancing.
A new picture spot will debut this season, Santa’s Toys, thanks to the Rider High School Key Club.
Color in Art, Color in Life: Prisms, Pigments, and Purpose
October 24 – January 30
Through interdisciplinary partnerships and works from the permanent collection, this exhibition demonstrates the purposeful language of color as it was discovered through scientific methods and as it plays a role in compositional design, meaning, and experience.
Image: Moses Harris, Prismatic Color Wheel, Illustration from “The Natural System of Colours,” c. 1766
Follow along in the creation Color in Art, Color in Life: Prisms, Pigments, and Purpose with curator Danny Bills to get an insider perspective of art exhibitions and a personal connection to the museum experience.
Running for Office: Candidates, Campaigns, and the Cartoons of Clifford Berryman
September 26 – November 28
Created by the National Archives with the support of the Foundation for the National Archives and organized for travel by Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, this exhibition showcases facsimile prints of early 20th century drawings, using satire, gesture, and simplicity to communicate the American democratic experience.
Image: Clifford Berryman, Figgering’ on the Returns, November 7, 1907; US Senate Collection, Center for Legislative Archives at the National Archives & Records Administration.