Frequently Asked Questions
We are located at One Love Street. For more info, click here.
Unless otherwise stated, photography is allowed as long as the flash is not used. Selfie sticks are not allowed.
Senior Citizens: $1
Members, Military, Students and Families (adults with children under 18): FREE
Sorry, but the museum CANNOT do appraisals. We also DO NOT provide information about your artwork. Go to the website of the International Society of Appraisers to find a qualified appraiser near you. They may also be able to tell you more about the artwork as well.
Yes, we do. We have a large room with a balcony section for events or parties and a kitchen. For more information, email Jan Mulkey or call 325-653-3333.
Yes, we do. The museum owns two galleries on Oakes Street in front of the Art Museum. The Coop Gallery, which is a small exhibit space located at 427 South Oakes Street is available for rent. For more information, click here. There is also Gallery Verde, which has a little more space than the Coop and is located at 417 South Oakes Street and is also available to rent for gallery shows or art workshops. For more information on Verde, click here.
No, unfortunately we do not, but we do have a wonderful Education Program that is part of the art museum. There are numerous activities going on throughout the year for kids to participate in, including Family Day, Tours, and Camps. Click here for more information on our Education Programs.
Yes we do. We would love to give you a tour of our exhibits.
Education led tours for school groups need to be arranged by appointment only with the museum educator. For more information click here.
We gladly accept donations, which are tax-deductible. However, we cannot guarantee acceptance of the objects into the Permanent Collection, and we cannot guarantee permanent display or exhibition of any item. Gifts to the museum must be unencumbered, which means that they must be given on the understanding that the items will then belong to the museum to use as we see fit, to further our collections and programs. Each item, however, would be carefully considered for formal acquisition, and those pieces not selected would be thoughtfully used to further the museum's mission and goals (whether through selling them to raise funds or loaning them for display to local libraries, schools, or civic organizations).
In certain circumstances during inclement weather, we will be closed. We follow San Angelo Independent School districts procedures in such a case. If SAISD is closing for the day or delaying until later that morning, we will be doing the same.