Current Art Exhibits
Something Old to Something New
May 1 - June 25
The 80-piece show features the masterfully inspiring and creative works by 70 area artists focused on reuse and recycling. Each piece contains some form of repurposed materials. Most of the works are for sale. Twenty-five of the works are by members of the Austin Mosaic Guild. Stop by for a closer look.
Many of the works at the Price Center are for sale and a portion of those proceeds supports their ongoing arts efforts. Exhibits funded in part by the San Marcos Arts Commission.
Hill Country Photography Show
Through May 28
The show represents a broad spectrum of contemporary and traditional photographs created by professionals and advanced armatures and is definitely worth a visit.
Vaqueros, Ranch Hands, and Stock Raisers from Hays County
Through June 30
Learn about Pedro Veracruz, Juanita Tejeda, the Alba Ranch, and more at this temporary exhibit curated by The Council for the Indigenous & Tejano Community.
Pencil on Paper
These graphite and color pencil drawings on paper by Norman Bean will be hung in the Study Room throughout the month of June.
Rotating Current Exhibits
- Cowpokes to Kings: The Cartoons of Ace Reid & Charles Barsotti
- The Songwriters: Sung and unsung heroes of The Wittliff
- Through May 31: Viva Texas Rivers! Adventures, Misadventures, and Glimpses of Nirvana along Our Storied Waterways
- Through July 17: Inhabiting Darkness / Habitar la Oscuridad: Photographs by Marco Antonio Cruz
San Marcos has created a thriving culture for art lovers and artists alike, and nothing shows that off more than the incredibly talented artists who fill our local galleries. Explore Texas State University’s student galleries where you’ll find fresh and unique pieces from the art scenes’ next heavy hitters.
San Marcos has created a thriving culture for art lovers and artists alike, and nothing shows that off more than the incredibly talented artists who fill our local galleries…