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The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts aims to create a permanent collection of high quality artwork to be used for study, scholarly research and exhibition. The museumâs collection currently includes 276 objects which focus on American crafts created since 1945, American painting, sculpture of all eras, and Mexican and Mexican-American art. In particular, the museum has established a distinguished collection of contemporary American ceramics, many purchased from the National Ceramic Competitions held at the museum. The visible storage facility for the ceramics collection, a unique feature of the museum, is always available to visitors.
The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts (SAMFA) has made a strong commitment to connect with the teachers, students, families, artists, and San Angelo citizens in ways that make the institution a relevant part of community life.Â SAMFA already uses digital media in numerous ways to engage a broader […]
Because the Education Department at SAMFA will be taking on more responsibilities such as web maintenance, digital interpretation, and marketing during the next year and beyond, they have an urgent need for an updated workstation. For their 2011 minigrant, they were awarded a Dell Studio XPS 9100. This powerful […]
The Journey of Pots explores the history and origins of ceramic techniques from raw clay to finished works. Video clips document the step-by-step processes of creating with clay through wheel throwing, slab construction, coil building, and pinch pots. Topics include a kiln tour, an in-depth description of the firing process, and an overview of adding […]
In September 1999, the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts opened the doors to its new building located at One Love Street, a once run-down part of San Angelo. After spending more than $6 million, the building itself has come to represent a unique, meaningful piece of architecture for this West Texas community and is […]