In this Art Dirt podcast, Brandon Zech and Christina Rees help you plan your summer road trip by recapping some of their favorite smaller-town museums across the state of Texas.
“If you’re on your way out of the state, or if you’re on your way through the state, these are the places to visit.”
Thanks to this week’s podcast sponsor, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and their exhibition, Disappearing—California, c. 1970: Bas Jan Ader, Chris Burden, Jack Goldstein. For more information on the show, go here.
El Paso Museum of Art up for National Medal
Into the Great White Sands: Craig Varjabedian at Museum of the Southwest
George W. Bush’s Paintings at The Museum of the Southwest
Ben Livingston’s ‘Spirit Houses’ at San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts
Brian Molanphy’s Wasp Nests at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts
Art Road Trip: The Texas Panhandle
TX Panhandle to Open Contemporary Art Museum
Panhandle-Plains Museum To Reopen Permanent Petroleum Exhibit
“Democratic not Aristocratic”: Yellow City Art and its Ever-Evolving Legacy
A New West Texas Travel Guide from the Old Jail Art Center
Patrick Kelly To Take Reins At Old Jail Art Center
Aftermath: The Wichita Falls Tornado
Sticks and Stones: Works by Helen Altman at the Tyler Museum of Art
Curator Shuffle: Changes at Art League Houston & the Art Museum of Southeast Texas
A Trip to the Stark Museum in Orange, Texas
The Art Museum of Southeast Texas Receives Notable Art Donations
Dennis Nance is the New Galveston Arts Center Curator!
Why this Year’s Galveston Artist Residency Exhibition is Different
Rising Tide Projects: A New Galveston Art Space
Victoria Gets Its Own Art Car Parade and a Contemporary Art Museum!
Scrapdaddy in Beeville
Rockport Center for the Arts Receives $5 Million Grant
Dorothy Hood: The Color of Being / El Color de Ser at the Art Museum of South Texas
The Perfect Coda at IMAS / La coda perfecta en el IMAS