September 1 - December 16
Robbie Barber is an award-winning artist. His sculptures, inspired by his travels in rural America, showcase the unique buildings of agricultural communities and share the stories of the people who lived and built them.
September 22 - March 8, 2024
Don’t Forget to Write: Messages from the Archives
Travel to the past through the words of those who lived it. Using letters written by and to West Texans, this exhibit explores various topics, including the frontier experience, wartime correspondence, business and politics.
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.
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.
historical records and memorabilia
This exhibit features former U.S. Congressman Mike Conaway’s service to our nation and West Texas, including serving as chair of both the House Agriculture and Ethics committees.
Wearing the Blue: Buffalo Soldiers in the Frontier Army
Created by Congress after the Civil War, these newly formed regiments of black regulars served on posts throughout the United States. Follow these “Buffalo Soldiers” from enlistment to retirement and learn about their unique experiences, challenges, and achievements.
Made in America: Manufactured Glass from the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts
Featuring over one-hundred pieces of American factory-made glass, this exhibit explores the history of glass manufacturing in the United States through the major manufacturers, movements and innovators.
Then & Now
The San Angelo Cultural Affairs Council and the Mayer Museum invite you to see the works of San Angelo and area artists of the past and present.
Waterfowl of America
Angelo State University’s Mayer Museum and the Angelo State Natural History Collections invite you to explore the many dabblers, divers, sea ducks, geese and swans that call North America home.
A Woman’s Touch: Women of West Texas
West Texas women have played an integral role in the growth and development of the region. Drawing on archival holdings, the West Texas Collection will spotlight the often under-told stories of the women who shaped West Texas.
2022 Henry Edwards Distinguished Lectureship in Art
This year’s exhibit will feature contemporary paintings by guest artists Lee Hill and Alexis Serio.