Jennifer Ling Datchuk: Making Women

12/29/2019 - 04/12/2020

Pedrotti Gallery

Jennifer Ling Datchuk was born in Warren, Ohio and currently lives and works in San Antonio, Texas. As the child of a Chinese immigrant and grandchild of Russian and Irish immigrants, the family histories of…

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Greg Reuter: The Studio

12/22/2019 - 04/05/2020

Lindholm Gallery

The artist Greg Reuter designed the “studio” out of vacuum pressed compositions of their own artist tools they use in their professional practice. Each of the invited artists created the compositions that Greg Reuter then…

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A Closer Look: Gifts from the Holmes Collection

10/04/2019 - 02/02/2020

MEADOWS GALLERY

The Permanent Collection has grown to hold some of the most notable contemporary artists who lived and worked in this region such as Bruno Andrade and Danny O’Dowdy. Additionally some of the great American and…

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Rivers, Streams and Skies in Texas Landscape from the Collection

09/06/2019 - 07/19/2020

Horlock Gallery

For anyone who has taken that proverbial road trip across Texas knows that skies can change in a minute, and roads curve and bend and reveal roaring creeks and glistening lakes. The wide-ranging regions of…

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Selections from the Collection: Latino and Latina Heart Work

08/16/2019 - 02/09/2020

Upper Gallery

Some of the earliest accessions of Latino artists into the collection occurred in the early 1990s. The exhibition in the Upper Gallery, Selections from the Collection: Latino and Latina Heart Work depicts the personal, cultural,…

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Dr. Clotilde P. Garcia Spanish Colonial Gallery

Spanish Colonial Gallery

The Art Museum of South Texas (AMST) opened its first permanent exhibition, The Dr. Clotilde “Dr. Cleo” P. Garcia Spanish Colonial Gallery, on May 22nd, 2016 showcasing many Spanish Colonial, pre-Columbian, and contemporary works inspired…

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About our Exhibitions

The exhibition schedule each year balances national and regional presentations, and features entry level, mid-career, and recognized artists. Scholarship, quality, and relevance to AMST’s audience all are taken into account. The exhibitions are drawn from the Museum’s permanent collection, borrowed from other museums, organized by AMST curators, or rented from traveling exhibit services. Approximately 15 distinct exhibitions are presented annually.

Opportunities for artists to participate in exhibitions are limited. But the following details the process for doing so.

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