Kent Ullberg: Celebrating the Wild and Wonderful

05/17/2019 - 08/18/2019
Bronze, Drawings, Metal, Mixed Media, Painting, Sculptures

Art Museum of South Texas

The exhibition, KENT ULLBERG: Celebrating the Wild and Wonderful will be on display at the Art Museum of South Texas (AMST) May 17 through August 18, 2019. This extensive retrospective celebrates Corpus Christi artist, Kent…

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CONFLUENCE: TAMU-CC Art Faculty Biennial

Art Museum of South Texas

These successful artists and scholars, at the forefront of their fields, are building the brand of Corpus Christi as an arts destination. In the fifth incarnation of this exhibition series, Confluence, AMST emphasizes the caliber…

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Counterpoint to Confluence: Responding with the Permanent Collection

04/16/2019 - 08/25/2019

Meadows Gallery

This year the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Arts Faculty include 15 artists and art historians whose art and essay works installed in the Upper Gallery of the Philip Johnson Building are the prompt for the…

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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 or for acquisitions are limited. But the following details the process for doing so.

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