Museums in College Station, TX

Find museums in College Station, TX. Listings include George and Barbara Bush Foundation, George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, Museum of The American GI, George Bush Museum Store, Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial and Sanders Corps of Cadets Center. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 07/19/19
    CBS Sunday Morning visited an art exhibition of black women in art. Come see our exhibition, “Represented,” through Aug. 18, which celebrates Americans of diverse ethnicities, both as subjects a...
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  • 07/19/19
    Coffee! Stat! 🎨 Left: Kyu-Baik Hwang, "Circle," n.d., color mezzotint on paper, Texas A&M University Permanent Collection, M1973.01.014 🎨 Right: Nadine Prado, Untitled, 1975, silkscreen on pap...
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  • 07/18/19
    Manuel Garza (b. 1940), is an American artist known for his landscape paintings of Central Texas. Born into a family of migrant workers, Garza developed a love for the Texas landscape and the beauty i...
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  • 07/15/19
    Voting Time! In honor of Henry Farny's birthday (b. 1847), click the "like" button on your favorite Farny painting from our permanent collections!
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  • 07/15/19
    Nailed it! 🗿 Arthur Rowlodge, Untitled (Figure Head), n.d., gray alabaster, J. Wayne Stark Galleries Permanent Collection, M2013.05.003
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  • 07/10/19
    See what our fun artist friends are up to this week at the local Parker Astin Arts Center and the Purple Turtle Art Studio in Downtown Bryan! 🎨 🤩 🖼
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  • 07/10/19
    Happy Birthday to James McNeill Whistler (1834–1903), famously known for his painting "Arrangement in Grey and Black No.1," aka "Whistler's Mother." Whistler's signature was a stylized butterfly w...
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  • 07/10/19
    “Color is my day-long obsession, joy, and torment.” -Claude Monet Find joy in our colorful glass exhibition, “Spectrum: The Runyon Collection in Color,” in the Forsyth Galleries now through S...
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  • 07/09/19
    "Collision" explores the contemporary art scene in Houston during the '70s and '80s. Read how James Surls, a chainsaw-wielding sculptor, established an unsupervised outpost in the University of Hous...
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