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Five Points Museum of Contemporary Art

The Creative Art of Ann Harithas


On Saturday, November 19th, from 5-8PM, Five Points Museum of Contemporary Art will host the opening of a new exhibition by artist, museum founder, and cultural phenomenon Ann Harithas. The exhibition, "The Creative Era of Ann Harithas" is an in-depth retrospective of the many ways Harithas’s creative vision manifested itself over the course of the 20th and 21st centuries.
"The Creative Era of Ann Harithas" is both a retrospective of the acclaimed collage artist’s body of work, and a tribute to what is truly an era of creativity ignited by Harithas, beginning in the 1970s and culminating in her curatorial work at Five Points Museum in Victoria, Texas, founded by Harithas in 2016.
This exhibition will focus on the extensive body of collage works created by Harithas from the 1980s to the 2010s, as well as her own art car creations and those she commissioned and collected. The exhibition will also consider this work in the context of her contributions to the artistic communities in Victoria, Houston, and points beyond such as New York and California.
The art and collage work of Ann Harithas was born of the natural state of her creativity, and its purest manifestation was found in the intimate and revelatory collages that she crafted by hand. In concert with her personal art, however, she also curated innovative exhibitions and brought both independent and world-famous artists together to catalyze collaboration into a unique creative vision. This vision has helped lift and transform artists and society – her effect upon the world became a creative era, one that would have been unreachable without her dedication and support.
The opening reception, November 19th, will feature live entertainment by The Grand Tourists from Marfa, and Las Coronelas from San Antonio, as well as dancing and light refreshments. This exhibit is curated by Maurice Roberts, Chief Curator of the museum.
Five Points Museum of Contemporary Art is located at 1201 North Moody in Victoria, TX and is open to the public 12-5pm Wednesday through Sunday. Admission at the museum is always free.

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Material Culture: Art Cars from The Collection of Ann Harithas

Art Cars are back at Five Points Museum just in time for Summer with Material Culture: Art Cars from the Collection of Ann Harithas.

“Material culture” refers to the study of human-made objects and the physical materials used to make them. The term can refer to clothing, food, and other categories of objects, as well as their interaction with the world. Materials can cross over between genres, and in doing so transform their meaning and relationship to their environment.

The art cars in this exhibition epitomize this movement between domains, as artists act upon materials using paint, assemblage, modern print methods and other techniques to transform material commodity into individual creative expression.

Five Points Museum is located at 1201 N. Moody in Victoria, Texas. Open Wednesday through Sunday from Noon to 5 PM.


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Museum of the Coastal Bend

Exterior stone façade of a museum

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

Oil portrait of a man in a brown suit

The Works OF Royston Nave


The Nave Museum is proud to present the works of the museum's esteemed namesake, Royston Nave. The exhibit opens to the public on September 9, 2022. The exhibit will also feature works from the public as part of the Nave's "Art of Wine" contest in partnership with J. Welch Farms. Click here for more details for the contest.

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

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