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Five Points Museum of Contemporary Art

Mel Chin: Points of View

Saturday, November 20, 2021, Five Points Museum of Contemporary Art welcomes a new solo exhibition Mel Chin: Points of View..

Acclaimed conceptual artist and Houston native Mel Chin incorporates sculpture, painting, film, video, drawing, collage, and other creative approaches to critical thinking about real and complex issues that we face daily.

This exhibition will feature new works, as well as selected works from throughout his career.

The exhibit opens November 20, 2021 and runs through March 20, 2021.

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Museum of the Coastal Bend

No Stone Unturned: A Lifetime of Archaeology

"No Stone Unturned: A Lifetime of Archaeology--The Ben McReynolds Collection" is a year-long temporary exhibit at the Museum of the Coastal Bend. Ben McReynolds is an archaeological steward for Goliad County, a CoBALT member, and a MCB volunteer. He has recently donated an extensive array of artifacts to the MCB, including painted pebbles, projectile points, and bone and shell tools. No Stone Unturned honors McReynolds’ lifetime of responsible collecting.

The exhibit opens April 23, 2021 and will be on view through 2022.

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The Nave Museum

A Happy Life, An Unhappy Life by Mel Cannon

The Nave Museum is proud to announce our newest exhibit, “A Happy Life, an Unhappy Life,” by artist Kerry Cannon. The exhibition opens to the public on November 5, 2021, and will continue through December 26, 2021.

Delve into the bronze parallels of sculpture artist Kerry Cannon’s portrayal of two simultaneous lives. One takes place in modern times, immersed in a movie studio, surrounded by a vast medieval cathedral. Watch both lives as they grow, mature, and die. It is adequately defining the enigma of what it truly means to live a happy life.

Kerry Cannon has been a dual citizen of Australia and the United States since 2003 when he opened the Ceramic Break Sculpture Park to the public. The park sits on 40 hectares of land and houses three art galleries that feature changing exhibitions each year. Kerry’s sculpture garden revels around the immortalization of famous and infamous people and animals in the Parade of Heroes. Hallowing dramatic class struggles in the 19th and 20th century in the Proletariat Garden and the Crisis Corner has devoted to “whatever problem seems insurmountable at the time.” Other themes shown in Kerry’s Australian brush sculpture garden include Australian Aboriginal art, Australian history, and erotica.

The Nave is open Thursday and Friday from noon to 5 pm, and Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4 pm.

The Nave is closed on Monday through Wednesday. Admission to the Nave is always free, and donations are gladly accepted at the door!

Everyone is encouraged to see this beautiful exhibit. Memberships are always available, so call 361-575-8228 to find out how to join.

The Nave Museum will be enforcing social distancing, and face coverings are recommended. We will frequently be cleaning door handles and surfaces. Hand sanitizer will also be available to keep our visitors safe.

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Victoria College Fine Arts Gallery

Student Fall Art Exhibition

Victoria College’s Fine Arts Department will host a student art exhibition Nov. 11–Dec. 09 from 1-5 p.m. in VC's Fine Arts Gallery.


The Fall exhibition will feature the work of VC's art students.

Gallery hours are Monday- Thursday from 1-5 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public.

For more information, please contact Jason Valdez at (361) 573-3291 x3239 or via e-mail at Jason.Valdez@VictoriaCollege.edu.

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