TXWES Behind The Scenes: A virtual look into the Permanent Art Collection
Join us for a night of art and fun with fellow Rams at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 14. Nancy Edge, special collection archivist, and Rueben Gonzales, visiting assistant professor of art and coordinator of the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio, will talk about some of the interesting pieces in the University’s Permanent Art Collection. Plus, the alumni staff will be giving out prizes, so grab your favorite beverage and snacks and enjoy this virtual event on Zoom. Make sure to join our Facebook event to get your Zoom link the day of the event!
More about the Permanent Art Collection
The permanent collection of Texas Wesleyan University is diverse. American, European, Early Texas Artists, former faculty and student artists are represented. The collection has developed over the years primarily through donations.
Currently, artworks belonging to Texas Wesleyan are located in various offices and public spaces. Through exhibitions, the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio Gallery provides a centralized venue for visitors to see these works. Continued efforts are made to maintain and expand the permanent collection with exceptional examples of historically significant and contemporary art.