A window into the past, a vision of the future.
Going to Texas: Five Centuries of Texas Maps
Transportation in the West
This exhibit will highlight the human experience of travel in the landscapes depicted in the “Going to Texas” maps. This collaborative project will feature artifacts from Fort Concho, San Angelo’s Railway Museum, the West Texas Collection, and Texas Tech University’s Southwest Collection.
James Watkins Ceramics
James C. Watkins is a ceramic artist who has worked with clay for over 40 years. This exhibition will focus on his recent works, the breadth of his career, and the diversity of his skills and inspirations.
Curated by Angelo State’s very own biologists, our exhibits are some of the most complete of any natural history collection at a university. We feature specimens not just from Texas, but around the world.
little hands, big brains
Young explorers can get up close with interactive fossil games and biology specimens. Designed with kids in mind, the Kid Cave is available for visitor use and can be reserved for field trips.
blast from the past
From a giant Tyrannosaurus rex to trilobites that predate even the dinosaurs, the paleontologist in all of us is sure to be delighted.
The power of art
Visual and Performing Arts
Featuring works from local, national and international artists, as well as ASU students and faculty, our art exhibits capture the spirit of our community.
Gems and minerals
You’ll be dazzled by our extensive collection of specimens. Children can get hands on in the Kid Cave while learning about mineral characteristics.
Coming Spring 2022
We are excited to complete the K. Michael Conaway Exhibit. The exhibit will feature his service to our nation and West Texas, including serving as chair of both the House Agriculture and Ethics committees.