The mission of the Arts Council is to nurture and strengthen the artistic, cultural, and educational quality of the community and surrounding areas.

Sculpture Garden

What is Sculpture Garden?

Established in memory of Minnie Rae Wood, the Sculpture Garden contains eight permanent pieces of art and nine to ten sculptures that participate in our annual exhibit, remaining on the grounds for a full calendar year. The Sculpture Garden is open to the public during our regular business hours and by appointment at other times.

Current Exhibit Artwork
Apply for 2019-2020 Exhibition
Sculpture Garden After Dark
Installation Process

 


How do I apply for the next exhibition?

Applications for artwork are being taken at callforentry.org through January 15, 2019.  Please see the website for details and to apply: CALL FOR ENTRY – Sculpture Garden 2019

 


What artwork will be showing in the garden in the upcoming year?

This year is our first juried and judged event, with artists from around the country applying. We’re very excited to feature the following artists during the 2018-2019 Sculpture Garden exhibit.

Andrew Williams - "Tree Of Life Version 5"

Andrew Williams -
Picture 10 of 10

 


What is Sculpture Garden After Dark?

Join us the first Thursday of each month during spring, summer and fall for Sculpture Garden After Dark in conjunction with the downtown Wichita Falls After Hours Artwalk, the garden will be open to the public from 5:00 – 8:00 pm (music starts at 6:00).

B.Y.O.B.: bag chair, BFF, bottle… bring along the kids or a picnic.  Live music, great art, and good company.  A fabulous Thursday evening in the making!

 


How does that artwork get into the garden each year?

Check out this great video from installer and artist Joe Barrington!