Select paintings and artifacts spanning from ancient Egypt to China to celebrate the iconic falcon—associated with Egypt’s god of the heavens, trained hunters for royalty, and still revered, especially in […]
An exhibition that showcases West Africa’s impact on the world while also asking how museums can represent the past with only fragments. The museum asks: “What role does imagination play […]
A group exhibition that provides a glimpse into mental health through the artists’ eyes.
Multimedia artist Sara Dittrich explores how body and land are connected in her recent collection of work.
Based on Martha Ackmann’s Curveball: The Remarkable Story of Toni Stone, this theatrical biography tells the story of the first woman to play professional baseball in a men’s league in […]
The Emmett Till Memorial Commission erected nearly a dozen historical markers to remember and honor Till, 53 years after he was brutally lynched and killed at age 14. Since 2008, […]
Celebrating the life, art, and influence of Frank P. “Tico” Herrera, cofounder of Photoworks and local photography teachers. See his work as well as the work of his students.
A showcase of Roberto Bocci’s work spanning the past five years.
View Julia Chon’s, a.k.a. Kimchi Juice, massive, site-specific mural installation in the Avant Garden, where she combines traditional Korean symbols with pop art to explore and consider and convey the […]
A solo photography exhibition by Fred Zafran.
Directed by Lisa Portes, playwright Octavio Solis uses the sounds of Tejano music to reimagine Don Quixote as a bilingual professor in a Texas border town.
A solo exhibit of local Taiwanese American artist Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann’s recent paper works where she explores nature and landscape against the artificial.