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  • The Grace Museum Exhibition - Youth Art Month February 18, 2021
    Youth Art Month is a national celebration of the visual arts. Each March, the Grace Museum hosts this art exhibition of approximately 1,000 students from all over the Region 14 service area. Catch the virtual reception Thursday, Feb. 25 on The Grace Museum's Facebook page, then visit the museum on Saturdays to see the show.
  • The Center for Contemporary Arts: 'A Better Tomorrow' February 16, 2021
    'A Better Tomorrow' is a special exhibition that opens during Black History Month and runs through April 3. This exhibit features works from talented Black artists from Abilene and other regions of Texas. See the artist lineup at
  • The NCCIL Exhibition: 'A David Small World' February 11, 2021
    David Small works with watercolor, pen and ink, and pastels. His later works have a much softer look, but they continue to include his trademark attention to small details that beg to be poured over again and again. This 2021 exhibition will be the last public display of Small’s work before it transitions to a […]
  • The Grace Museum Exhibition - Margo Sawyer: Blue January 23, 2021
    In 2018, The Grace Museum was privileged to acquire Margo Sawyer’s acclaimed 1998 sculptural installation BLUE through an unprecedented collaboration with The Contemporary Austin and the Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas Austin. For this exhibition Sawyer installs BLUE in response to The Grace Museum’s unique historical galleries and creates REFLECT featuring […]
  • The Grace Museum Exhibition - Creating a Community: The State Epileptic Colony in Abilene January 16, 2021
    This exhibition will highlight the early history of the State Epileptic Colony in Abilene through over 50 photographs from The Grace’s permanent history collection. In 1904, the institution was founded to help individuals with epilepsy through research, care, isolation, and offering a place to work and live. The complex consisted of an administration building, a […]

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