Current & Upcoming Exhibitions




Mediterranea-American Art from Williford Collection:

American Art from the Graham D. Williford Collection

Exhibition made possible by The Jean and Graham Devoe Williford Charitable Trust

June 14 - September 1, 2018


Poets, Painters, & Paper: Post-World War II American Avant-Garde Art:

June - August 2018

The artworks presented in “Poets, Painters, and Paper” are the products of a turbulent social and political time in America—a time rife with racial and gender inequality, growing anti-war sentiment, and, hovering over it all like a mushroom cloud, the constant threat of nuclear annihilation. For avant-garde artists and poets alike, this was a time for breaking down the rigid barriers between high and low art, a time for collaborative imagination, and thus a time to break down the myth of the solitary (and hyper-masculine) artist-genius as perpetuated by images of Jackson Pollock in the popular press. It was also a time of creative cross-over, when the relationships between text and image were once again ardently explored with the fervor of earlier Modernist experimentation.


Frank Gohlke: Aftermath

Frank Gohlke’s portfolio of 40 black and white photographs, which capture the devastation of the 1979 Wichita Falls Tornado and the landscape a year later, will be on exhibition to mark the anniversary of Terrible Tuesday, April 10, 1979.






Charles A. Fuhs Photography

From the WFMA Permanent Collection. Capturing a unique view of Wichita Falls and the surrounding communities, Charles A. Fuhs photographed life in the 1920's.