Saturday, September 18, 2021


The Tyler Museum of Art (TMA) is located at 1300 S. Mahon Ave. on the Tyler Junior College main campus.

Regular TMA hours are 10am-5pm Tuesday-Saturday, and 1-5pm Sunday. The Museum is closed Mondays and on most major holidays.

For more info call the museum at (903)595-1001,, or email


Correen Mary Spellman: Works on Paper

Drawn from the Tyler Museum of Art’s Permanent Collection, this exhibition spotlights works on paper by the prolific Texas-based artist from the 1940s and 1950’s.


Day of the Dead Exhibit

The Tyler Museum of Art continues its commitment to showcasing the region’s diversity with its annual Middle School Day of the Dead Art Exhibition. Admission is free. 

The exhibition features artwork in the TMA’s Education Gallery and lobby by sixth- through eighth-graders from Tyler and the surrounding area, representing middle schools including Moore from Tyler Independent School District, as well as All-Saints Episcopal School, Bishop T.K. Gorman Regional Catholic School, Brook Hill School, Cumberland Academy, Frankston Middle School, Holloway 6th Grade, and Whitehouse Junior High. Close to 300 students working across a broad range of media are expected to participate.

The community is invited to join the Museum from 2-4pm Sunday, October 31st for an artists’ reception and celebration of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), the traditional Mexican holiday honoring memories of family and friends. The reception will include traditional food and art activities related to the holiday. Admission is free, but reservations are encouraged. Call (903)595-1001 to RSVP.


Building a Legacy II: Selections from Permanent Collection

Organized by the Tyler Museum of Art, Building a Legacy is presented in conjunction with the TMA’s 50th anniversary. The exhibition highlights the variety and depth of works collected over the years. Selected works include pieces by both early and contemporary Texas artists as well as internationally celebrated ones – some being shown for the first time in over a decade.

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