Youth Art Month

Take a Journey Through Art

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The Bullock Museum is pleased to once again host artworks created by some of Texas's most promising visual art students.

March is Youth Art Month, a nationally recognized program that emphasizes the value of art education for all children, encourages support for quality school art programs, and promotes the importance of art appreciation for all people. Sponsored in Texas by the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA), the state has been a leader in Youth Art Month celebrations since the program began in 1961.

The Bullock Museum gives its proud support to the state and the TAEA through this annual exhibition. Throughout the month of March, the Museum's Third Floor Austin Room is home to an exhibition of 100 pieces of student artwork created by K-12 students from across the state. Visitors will enjoy works in a variety of media that speak to Texas students' experience of the power of art to transform their lives.

For the safety of our visitors and staff, we have implemented new protocols to help limit the spread of COVID-19, including timed entry for exhibitions. To visit the Youth Art Month exhibit, you will need to reserve a place in your desired time slot and purchase your museum admission tickets, which will allow you to visit all of the exhibits in the museum.

Please see the visitor information page for details about directions and parking, FAQs, and how to purchase museum admission.

The Bullock Texas State History Museum is a division of the Texas State Preservation Board. Additional support for educational programming provided by the Texas State History Museum Foundation.

Banner image courtesy Lane Gabbard

Secondary image courtesy Azariah Patino