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Art Museum of South Texas

The Art Museum of South Texas, with views overlooking the Corpus Christi Bay ship channel, is truly a landmark. The permanent collection contains 1,300 works of art including paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, collages, mixed media, ceramics, and textiles. The focus of the Permanent Collection is on fine art and craft of the Americas with particular interest in Texas and surrounding states, as well as Mexico.

Art Museum of South Texas Projects

Billy Hassell: Migration
Billy Hassell: Migration

Combining some of his important early works with a series of new paintings and lithographs, Migration exhibits Hassell’s artistic development in his exploration of image, content, color, and pattern. Hassell’s nature scenes are infused with unlikely patterns and colors most often found in a man-made world. The presentation includes an artist interview, plein air drawings, […]


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Dorothy Hood:  A Pioneer Modernist
Dorothy Hood: A Pioneer Modernist

This project focuses on a collection of paintings by surrealist Dorothy Hood. Hood created large-scale, exceptionally colorful abstract paintings. The Art Museum of South Texas is the beneficiary of a considerable collection of Dorothy Hood’s art work; this presentation enables others to enjoy her work in an online format.


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Expanding the ArtCade Interactive Center and Literacy Corner
Expanding the ArtCade Interactive Center and Literacy Corner

            The Art Museum of South Texas (AMST) used MIDEA support to augment and expand the digital learning stations in the museum’s youth art education space known as ArtCade Interactive Center and Literacy Corner. The interactive learning experience in the ArtCade is designed to encourage the artist in all children […]


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