Caroline Hamilton, Ph.D., Ballets Russes costume and dance historian, will present the 2024 Tobin Distinguished Lecture on Thursday, March 28, 2024, at 6 p.m. at the McNay Art Museum. Registration for this FREE, in-person event is required. Can’t attend in person? Tune in to the livestream of the Tobin Distinguished Lecture will be available on … Continued
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Melissa Gamez Herrera’s artworks contemplate issues of identity, community, and justice through photography, bookmaking, and multimedia practices. In the McNay’s newest Artist Looking at Art installation, Herrera showcases a conceptual altar dedicated to the unnamed migrants crossing hostile terrain along the Texas-Mexico border. Join in on a conversation with Herrera and Mia Lopez, the McNay’s Curator of … Continued
Join us for a conversation with Marcela Guerrero, DeMartini Family Curator of the Whitney Museum of American Art, and Mia Lopez, the McNay Art Museum’s inaugural Curator of Latinx Art, whose groundbreaking roles in the art world respond to the multifaceted complexities of American Art. Reflecting on their own careers, both curators will share their … Continued
Join us for a special presentation as Alice Aycock takes us through highlights of her 50-year career as one of America’s leading conceptual artists. Her monumental sculpture Devil Whirls now greets visitors to the McNay campus and the current exhibition Alice Aycock: Moving Through Time explores her artistic vision and creative process.
Allison Gregory’s Pop-inspired works take the form of paintings, sculptures, and functional objects. At the McNay, Gregory premiers a new painting employing a psychedelic palette accompanied by a bench covered in some of the artist’s signature motifs. René Paul Barilleaux, Head of Curatorial Affairs, talks with Allison Gregory about her artworks. Allison Gregory is featured … Continued
Imagination, creativity, vision, and play combine in a talk by Tony-award winning designer Susan Hilferty, best known for costume designs for Into the Woods, Spring Awakening, and Wicked. This closing event pays homage to the exhibition Something Wicked: Susan Hilferty Costumes on view through Sunday, March 26, 2023. Lecture Registrants– The lecture is now SOLD … Continued
This month puppets, toys, and dolls combine for a joyful take on museums and play. Virtual Field Trips offer a safe way to engage and share experiences through art. Invite a friend from of out of town, out of state, or out of the country! This three artists offer three powerful pictures of young adulthood. … Continued
When you look at my work, you have to look at every part of the face and make something out of those fragments. –Deborah Roberts Blending techniques of collage and painting, artist Deborah Roberts centers Black youth in power and vulnerability, heroism, and insecurity. Roberts digs deep into histories of art, history, and popular culture … Continued
Collaborate and co-create with artist Margarita Cabrera in a one-of-a-kind art experience. With expert stitch guidance, translate a story from images to stitches. Space is limited and registration is required. Prerequisite: Using symbols, images, and simple shapes, draw a personal migration story on paper and bring to workshop (10 x 10 in.). Outline works best.
Virtual Field Trips offer a safe way to engage and share experiences through art. Invite a friend from of out of town, out of state, or out of the country! This month shared experiences, dramatic moments, and quiet reflection combine in a close-up view of three artworks where visuals draw viewers in to discover fascinating … Continued