Celebrate 150 Years of Visual Arts at TCU


The "150 Years / 150 Artists" exhibition eplores the legacy of the visual arts on campus.

The “150 Years / 150 Artists” exhibition explores the legacy of the visual arts on campus.

Join the School of Art and The Arts Galleries at TCU for the opening of “150 Years / 150 Artists,” a group exhibition celebrating TCU’s 150th anniversary and the legacy of the visual arts on campus. The opening reception will be at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts on Friday, March 24, from 5 to 8 p.m.

“I want the exhibition to tell TCU’s story through the medium, approach, techniques and style,” said Sara-Jayne Parsons, the exhibition curator and director of The Art Galleries at TCU.

Explore compelling artworks in all media from 150 artists who have contributed to the creative life of TCU. The group exhibition will feature former and current students, faculty and staff. The exhibit will also include local and regional artists from the TCU Permanent Collection.

“I hope it will be an interesting and engaging experience for visitors and showcase a diversity of practices,” said Parsons.

A panel discussion will take place on March 24 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Moudy North 132. The panel will include five speakers and will be moderated by Mark Thistlethwaite, TCU art history professor emerita.

Free admission.

Learn more about 150 Years / 150 Artists.

See the calendar for more events celebrating TCU’s 150th anniversary.