AMSET hosts quarterly, rotating exhibitions featuring regional emerging and established artists. In conjunction with our exhibitions, AMSET hosts artists and invites them to take part in artist residencies during their installations, and to speak with our viewing public about their artwork at opening receptions. In addition to supporting Texas artists, AMSET champions the arts of Mexico through our significant collection of historical and contemporary Mexican Folk Art, including ceramics, textiles, trees of life and masks. Exhibitions are varied in scope, including fine art, folk art, sculpture, photography, and site-specific installations.
(Click on the exhibition titles to view the gallery guides.)
Fall 2019 Exhibition: Prince Varughese Thomas: The Legacy of Narcissus
Spring 2019 Exhibition: JooYoung Choi: Big Time Dreaming in the Age of Uncertainty
Winter 2018-2019 Exhibition: The Art of Found Objects: Enigma Variations
Fall 2018 Exhibitions: Woven Wonders: Textiles from the John Gaston Fairey Collection of Mexican Folk Art