Looking Back: 39 Years of Printmaking
Selected Works of Richard Martin Ash, III
April 19 – May 11, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, April 201919 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
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.
Frank Gohlke, 4679 University Park, looking west, 1979, Gelatin silver print
Frank Gohlke, 4679 University Park, looking west, 1980, Gelatin silver print
Shootapalooza Photo Collective
Diversity: Alternative Paths in Contemporary Photography
March-May 25, 2019
An artist collective of over 70 artists, mostly women photographers seeking to collaborate, inspire, and teach one another. Artists thrive when they are free to explore within a caring and kind environment and was interested in the spontaneous expressions evoked through collaborative experimentation. The group provides a place to share ideas and techniques, get encouragement and guidance, and build enduring friendships.
African American Art: Works from the Permanent Collection
In the spirit of Black History Month, this exhibition features African American artists from the WFMA Permanent Collection in conjunction with text written by Cammie Dean, Director of Student Transition Services at MSU Texas.
Reneee Stout, Marie Laveau, 2009, Lithograph