Museum from Home

Bring the Museum into your home! Enjoy the online programs below and then visit the Museum in person when you feel comfortable and are able. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and share your art experiences at #wfmaartstories.

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Visual Voice

Explore art online and then see it in person in the Museum’s galleries.

Diving Deeper

Take a closer look at some of the current and past exhibitions at the WFMA.

Installation view, “Words and Pictures: Vernon Fisher,” Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU Texas; “The Map,” 2016-2019, vinyl lettering on the wall, 12 x 16 feet.

Director’s Tour

Join the WFMA’s director online to explore artworks in select exhibitions.

Curator’s Clues

Behind the Scenes at the WFMA with curator Danny Bills.

Map of the Wichita Falls 1979 tornado path with locations of Frank Gohlke photographs.

“Aftermath” Map

Visit the Resiliency, Humility, Fortitude: Frank Gohlke’s Aftermath exhibition page to view a map of the 1979 Wichita Falls tornado path with a key to each photograph’s location.

drawing  of storm over mountains

Sense of Place Activities

Let’s draw with volunteer art educator Mary Helen Maskill! You’ll need crayons, markers or color pencils and white paper of any kind. 

how to use pastels

Online Weekend Workshop

Bring the WFMA Weekend Workshop home with these introductions to art media. In the tradition of maker spaces, learn the basics of a new medium and then make it your own. 

Color Theory Challenge

Learn about color theory and join the challenge to create art using specific color combinations. 

Reading Art

Explore a print from the WFMA Permanent Collection by American artist Renee Stout.

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Elements and Principles of Art

Learn about the elements and principles of art through the Permanent Collection at the WFMA.