The Tyler Museum of art introduced the High School Art Exhibition in 2005 for aspiring artists in grades 11 through 12, where they have the ability to display their talents in a professionally curated museum exhibition and competition. Through this exhibition, students can express their creativity and get a glimpse of working in the art world.
We are excited to announce our 18th Annual High School Art Exhibition will open this Sunday, March 27. This exhibition features 86 works from 16 High Schools. The Awards Ceremony will be held on May 22 at 2 p.m. so don’t forget to cast your vote for the “Viewer’s Choice” award – voting ends on May 21.
This exhibition was made possible by a generous gift from The Ellis Family Foundation.
Student/Teacher: Works by Charles Criner & Dr. John Biggers
May 15 – August 14, 2022
Organized by the Tyler Museum of Art, this exhibition features works on paper by notable Texas artists Charles Criner (b. 1945) and Dr. John Biggers (1924-2001). The exhibition highlights their individual artistic styles while examining Biggers’ influence on Criner’s work.
This project is supported in part by Texas Commission on the Arts.