San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts
SAMFA wants to thank the community for donating to us on San Angelo Gives! Your support helps us provide the community with innovative programs, exhibits, and will help the Museum continue making distance learning possible!
June 12, 2020
THE MUSEUM IS NOW OPEN
Temporary New Hours:
Tuesday: 11 am - 4 pm
Wednesday: 11 am - 4 pm
Thursday: 11 am - 4 pm
Friday: 11 am - 4 pm
Saturday: 11 am - 4 pm
Sunday: 1 pm - 4 pm
Please wear a mask, and please stay home if you are sick.
You can also continue to enjoy our digital programming, including the online gallery of the Ceramic Competition and all our wonderful educational resources. We want to stay connected with you and will be exploring more ways to bring great programming to our community.
Click Here to view our virtual content and programming. SAMFA is making distance learning fun!
Click Here to visit SAMFA Travels, our virtual travel blog. Journey around the world without ever leaving home through works from our Permanent Collection and Exhibits!
5-Minute Gallery Tour of our Exhibit:
Celebrating the Givers in a Season of Giving: The Treasures of SAMFA’s Permanent Collection
Celebrate with us as we commemorate 20 years at 1 Love Street!
The mission of the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts shall be to establish and maintain a museum in order to house and exhibit a permanent collection of art as well as to provide space for traveling exhibitions, for the purpose of the enjoyment and education of the general public in San Angelo, Texas, and the rural communities of the Concho Valley.
Located near the heart of downtown San Angelo and overlooking the beautiful Concho River, the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts has three spacious galleries two with dramatic 40-foot ceilings, a multi-purpose meeting room that can accommodate up to 300 people. There is also a large rooftop sculpture terrace with a beautiful view of the city. We have a gift shop with unique items and works of art created by regional artists and craftspeople. SAMFA also has a research library with a growing collection of early Texas art resources and many hard-to-find exhibit catalogs which is open to the public by appointment, as well as a lively education wing that is equipped with classrooms and ceramic studios.