A non-collecting museum originally founded as an art association in 1952, the museum incorporated and moved into the remodeled JC Penney building in 1989, featuring traveling exhibitions and companion curated shows.
In 1991, the Museum began focusing on cutting edge Texas contemporary art, and shifted in 2012 to developing historically and culturally significant exhibitions designed to provide increased exposure to fine arts in the North Texas area.
30 paintings and pastels of the Western American landscape
Diverse media by students of the Arlington Independent School District
The schedule of exhibitions, on now and upcoming
55 prints created between 1831 and 1834 depicting the journey from Edo to Kyoto