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The Grace Museum is the cultural hub for West Texas, providing powerful connections through new experiences in art, science and history. Anchoring Abilene’s Cultural District, the four-story, 55,000-square-foot museum houses five art galleries, a children’s discovery center, and an Abilene history gallery, featuring historic period rooms and artifacts. The Grace presents world class contemporary art exhibitions, as well as works from premiere artists of the past. The museum houses a rich permanent collection focusing on Texas art of the past and present. In addition, each year, the museum’s dynamic art outreach programs bring art education to thousands of children. The Grace Museum is a nonprofit organization supported by its members.
The Grace Museum is planning a major art exhibition in celebration of the centennial of the construction of the Museumâs landmark downtown building in 1909. The exhibition, The Texas Seen 1909-1959, is comprised of 75 to 150 artworks and will open at The Grace Museum on September 1, 2009. The exhibition and educational programming focuses […]
Digital Tools for Modern Education includes a set of educational and promotional videos, each about three minutes in length, that are used in the museum’s galleries and distance learning programs. The videos are hosted on the museum’s new YouTube for public viewing. Content was drawn from the exhibit Tools for Modern Living: Treasures from the […]
The Grace Museum is currently using emerging technology to inform and educate the public about art, history and science through its website and distance learning programs, and endeavors to embrace new ways to communicate with audiences. Now with a growing number of videos produced in house, they want to use those and other images and […]