Visual Arts - Art Galleries

The Community Gallery at Large program was created to partner local artists and businesses and allow for more public exhibition opportunities for local artists. To learn more visit the Community Galleries at Large page

Exhibits are held in the Gallery of The Arts & Visitor Center; also known as The 4180 Gallery (downstairs) & The Bradfield Gallery of Fine Art (upstairs). To learn more visit our Arts & Visitor Center Gallery page


Visual Art Society of Bryan-College Station

The Brazos Valley Art League is a visual arts group interested in learning, experiencing, sharing, educating and meeting with others of common interest.

The person in charge of publicity can be reached at: publicity@visualartsociety.org

General contact questions can be sent to: contact@visualartsociety.org


Brenham Fine Arts League

The Brenham Fine Arts League’s mission is to instruct, inform and inspire our local artists, customers, and guests in our beautiful art gallery…to enrich people’s lives through fun, inspiration, creativity, and Love of Art!

Contact: bfalgallery@gmail.com or 979-836-1622


MSC Visual Arts Committee

The MSC Visual Arts Committee is a student committee of the Memorial Student Center. The MSC Visual Arts Committee provides the students of Texas A&M University opportunities to connect the visual arts with their personal, professional and academic lives through art exhibitions (including student art work), gallery programs, artist residencies and travel.

Contact: visualartscommittee@gmail.com or 979-845-1515


Texas A&M University Department of Visualization

The Visualization Laboratory and Visualization academic program were created in response to clear indications that digital visualization was going to play a highly important role in digital communication. The visualization academic programs produce leaders in the fields where art and science merge.

Contact: vizinfo@viz.tamu.edu or 979-845-3465


Texas A&M University - Wright Gallery

The gallery is dedicated to showcasing the visual arts with a commitment to honoring diversity in all its forms; providing a venue for emerging and established artists, architects and designers of local, regional, national and international acclaim; featuring works by women artists and artists from other underrepresented groups, artists whose works promote dialogue on topics of social and cultural importance, and artists whose work challenges conventional art practice; and serving as a center for campus and community visual arts engagement, education and enjoyment.

Contact: wrightgallery@tamu.edu or 979-845-1222