2021-2022 exhibitions and programs are made possible in part by grants from the City of Wichita Falls as administered by the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture, the Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation, and the Texas Commission on the Arts; the McGaha Smith DAF-Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation Donor Difference Fund; the J.S. Bridwell Foundation; the Bryant Edwards Foundation; the Fain Foundation; MSU Texas with support from the Museum Trust Fund; Patterson Family of Dealerships; Frank & Joe’s Coffee House; MSU Division of Student Affairs; and individual donors to Texoma Gives and the Museum Annual Fund.


Join the Curator of Collections and Exhibitions in a tour every Saturday at 1:30 PM

Current Exhibitions

Universities offer a wealth of resources in support of learning and enrichment, including collections of all kinds. From geological specimens to early radiology equipment and documentary photographs to illuminated manuscripts, with visual art and letter jackets too, the collections at MSU Texas invite broad interest, study, and enrichment.

Explore recent acquisitions to the WFMA Permanent Collection acquired through purchases made possible by the Collectors Circle and donations by individuals. Enjoy a suite of prints made at MSU Texas by Edgar Heap-of-Birds, a watercolor painting by Charles Criner, a print by Julie Speed, and an award-winning friendship quilt by the Faith Village Ladies Bible Class of 1992, including Texas First Lady Joe Betsy Miller Allred.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Calling all Veterans and current service members living in Texas! Art Spark Texas invites you to submit artwork to the thirteenth annual Distinguished Artist Veterans exhibit to be hosted at the WFMA this fall!

From Boom to Bust brings together in conversation a diverse array of American artists, authors, and cinematographers from the boom of post-World War I through the bust of the Great Depression.