Spring 2023 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; Erin Cluley Gallery; the J.S. Bridwell Foundation; the Bryant Edwards Foundation; the Fain Foundation; the Lola Pitzer Endowment; and MSU Texas with support from the Museum Trust Fund and individual donors to Texoma Gives and the Museum Annual Fund.


Reserve a visit to the galleries for guided tours, featuring The Art of Seeing Art.

Current Exhibitions

Experience the extraordinary beauty of the Chihuahuan Desert with a new collection of images by wife and husband team, Hannah and William Meddaugh. Commission by MSU in 2016, this collection commemorates the 20th anniversary of the Dalquest Desert Research Station.

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.

Upcoming Exhibitions

For over six decades, the Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU Texas has acquired artwork through generous donations and well-planned purchases resulting in a remarkable Permanent Collection of American Art. Highlights from the Decades explores how the WFMA collected through the decades to create a rich educational resource for Midwestern State University and the surrounding North Texas communities.

Activating conversations about missing and murdered Indigenous women, 16 artists of diverse heritage draw on their individual and collective experience as women, exposing this present-day dark reality as a catalyst for advocacy and change. Supporting Indigenous Sisters: An International Print Exchange was curated by Melanie Yazzie, Head of Printmaking at University of Colorado Boulder and Catherine Prose, Professor of Printmaking at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas.