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Earth Day 2021: Restore our Earth at MSU Texas

The Juanita Harvey Art Gallery Nocona Trail, Wichita Falls

Global warming, overpopulation, extinction of species, and dwindling natural resources are all problems facing the Earth. Restore our Earth rejects the idea that our only options to save the planet are to adapt. Organizations worldwide are looking at natural processes and emerging technologies to restore the worldʼs ecosystems and forests, conserve and rebuild soils, improve…

Free

Kin: The Serio-Hughes Family

Kemp Center for the Arts 1300 Lamar, Wichita Falls

The Serio-Hughes Family is comprised of Edie Hughes (age 9), Frankie Hughes (age 11), Alexis Serio (age 44) and Dewane Hughes (age 51). Alexis and Dewane are professional artists and Professors of Studio Art at UT Tyler Department of Art & Art History.  Edie Hughes and Frankie Hughes are aspiring artists who work on art…

Free

Mommy & Me: Earth Day Sensory Bottles

Crashworks 724 Indiana, Wichita Falls

Mommy & Me: Earth Day Sensory Bottles April 22 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am Earth Day is a wonderful opportunity to talk about some of the ways our kids can contribute to leaving the world a better place for generations to come! We’re inspiring your littlest makers with some fun Earth Day sensory bottle creating and…

$6

Dwelling: Experiences of Shelter 

Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU 2 Eureka Circle, Wichita Falls

March 27 - September 4, 2021 Elizabeth Yarosz-Ash, Neighborhood Watch, 1990, Intaglio; Gift of the artist. This exhibition focuses on the experience of shelter, both our own and those around us. During the pandemic, we have experienced our homes in a new way. Though most of these artworks were created before the COVID-19 coronavirus changed…

Quilt Journeys: Pattern

Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU 2 Eureka Circle, Wichita Falls

Quilt Journeys: Pattern January 30 - June 24, 2021  From Colonial quilts through the Industrial revolution, to the Abolitionist movement into the Crazy Quilt era of the 19th century, and from the thousands of quilts made in the 1940s and 1950s from printed farm feed sacks to contemporary experiments with materials that redefine what a quilt can be, the quilting journey offers…

Nouveau Culture “State of Duality”

9th Street Studios 920 9th Street, Wichita Falls

9th Street Studios is pleased to present work from the art collective, Nouveau Culture. This group exhibition, "State of Duality", seeks to explore the dualities of life through the lens of culture and heritage. The members of the collective have diverse cultural backgrounds and ancestral histories. The dualities explored are: dark and light, bitter and…

Sketching in the Galleries at WFMA

Grab a mask, your sketchpad and pencils, and drop by on Thursday evenings to relax and draw what you see. Facial coverings are required for in-person events.

Late Night Thursdays at The Kemp

Kemp Center for the Arts 1300 Lamar, Wichita Falls

The Kemp is open late each Thursday from 5:00 to 8:00 pm.  Galleries and outdoor exhibits are available free to the public. We also have classes and programming scheduled for select evenings. Click here to find out more.

Free

Earth Day 2021: Restore our Earth at MSU Texas

The Juanita Harvey Art Gallery Nocona Trail, Wichita Falls

Global warming, overpopulation, extinction of species, and dwindling natural resources are all problems facing the Earth. Restore our Earth rejects the idea that our only options to save the planet are to adapt. Organizations worldwide are looking at natural processes and emerging technologies to restore the worldʼs ecosystems and forests, conserve and rebuild soils, improve…

Free

Kin: The Serio-Hughes Family

Kemp Center for the Arts 1300 Lamar, Wichita Falls

The Serio-Hughes Family is comprised of Edie Hughes (age 9), Frankie Hughes (age 11), Alexis Serio (age 44) and Dewane Hughes (age 51). Alexis and Dewane are professional artists and Professors of Studio Art at UT Tyler Department of Art & Art History.  Edie Hughes and Frankie Hughes are aspiring artists who work on art…

Free

Bones of Texas Exhibit at The Museum of North Texas History

Museum of North Texas History 720 Indiana Avenue, Wichita Falls

Experience "Bones of Texas," photography from Morgan Page and Dustin Rice. The exhibit will be on display at the Museum of North Texas History from April 2 through May 28. The photographs will be on display with corresponding artifacts from the Museum’s collection. There will be a reception on Saturday, April 24, 2:00 PM to…

$2.00 – $5.00

Dwelling: Experiences of Shelter 

Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU 2 Eureka Circle, Wichita Falls

March 27 - September 4, 2021 Elizabeth Yarosz-Ash, Neighborhood Watch, 1990, Intaglio; Gift of the artist. This exhibition focuses on the experience of shelter, both our own and those around us. During the pandemic, we have experienced our homes in a new way. Though most of these artworks were created before the COVID-19 coronavirus changed…

Quilt Journeys: Pattern

Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU 2 Eureka Circle, Wichita Falls

Quilt Journeys: Pattern January 30 - June 24, 2021  From Colonial quilts through the Industrial revolution, to the Abolitionist movement into the Crazy Quilt era of the 19th century, and from the thousands of quilts made in the 1940s and 1950s from printed farm feed sacks to contemporary experiments with materials that redefine what a quilt can be, the quilting journey offers…

Nouveau Culture “State of Duality”

9th Street Studios 920 9th Street, Wichita Falls

9th Street Studios is pleased to present work from the art collective, Nouveau Culture. This group exhibition, "State of Duality", seeks to explore the dualities of life through the lens of culture and heritage. The members of the collective have diverse cultural backgrounds and ancestral histories. The dualities explored are: dark and light, bitter and…

Kevin Appiah-Kubi Gallery Exhibition at The Kemp

Kemp Center for the Arts 1300 Lamar, Wichita Falls

Kevin Appiah-Kubi is an artist focused on painting, drawing, and photography. Currently based in Dallas, TX, he is originally from Brooklyn, NY. In 2018, he received his BFA in photography and drawing from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, TX. The West End Studio is on the first floor of The Kemp Center building located…

Free

Kin: The Serio-Hughes Family

Kemp Center for the Arts 1300 Lamar, Wichita Falls

The Serio-Hughes Family is comprised of Edie Hughes (age 9), Frankie Hughes (age 11), Alexis Serio (age 44) and Dewane Hughes (age 51). Alexis and Dewane are professional artists and Professors of Studio Art at UT Tyler Department of Art & Art History.  Edie Hughes and Frankie Hughes are aspiring artists who work on art…

Free