Previous Exhibitions

 Jogn Alexandrer Coronation of the Kingfish

TIME PASSES SLOWLY (When You're Lost in a Dream):
Highlights from the Dishman's Permanent Collection
January 23-April 3, 2021


SOLSTICE: A Winter Pop-Up Exhibition Featuring 
Beaumont Area High School Student Artwork
January 23-February 20, 2021


COMPENDIUM: An Art Educator Exhibition
from the Greater Beaumont Region

March 6-April 3, 2021

 

After School Special: The Lamar University Third Juried Alumni
Art Exhibition
This exhibition will be online throughout the summer months.
Co-presented by the Dishman Art Museum and the LU Office of Alumni Affairs. 

View After School Special


Russian Art Exhibit

Russian ART / Soviet DESIGN
October 3 - November 21, 2020​
(Exhibition extended one week)

The concept behind this exhibition is to contrast two periods of 20th century Russian art, Russian Imperial art, including the white diaspora, with the advent of the Soviet regime after the October Revolution and the assassination of Tsar Nicholas II and his family. Previous traditional expressions of fine arts included icons, paintings, sculpture and drawing. This art, generally hand-made and one of a kind, was rejected by the Bolshevik regime and Lenin in favor of a non-elitist production of "art for the masses" which took the form of design as opposed to fine arts.


Confined Creativity

CONFINED CREATIVITY: Lamar University
Student Works on Paper during the Pandemic
November 5-28, 2020 (Pop-Up Show)