Wright Gallery


Located on the second floor of the College of Architecture's Langford A building, the Wright Gallery is the college's showcase for the visual arts. The gallery regularly exhibits art created by college faculty and students, as well as traveling exhibits from museums and galleries throughout the world.

The gallery's 2008 renovation was made possible by a generous gift from James Wright, a retired senior partner with Page Sutherland Page who earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Texas A&M in 1954, and his wife Mary.

The Wright Gallery supports the college's role as the home of visual arts education at Texas A&M and also provides a venue for lectures, studio reviews and other special events.


Previous Exhibits