Wright Gallery

The Wright Gallery displays visual art exhibits which honor diversity in all forms. The gallery serves as a center for campus and community visual arts engagement, education and enjoyment.

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Location
Langford A, second floor 

Hours
Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Contact
979.458.0539
wrightgallery@arch.tamu.edu

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Exhibits

On View

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Lance Letscher

November 1st – January 7th 2022

Virtual/hybrid event: “The Secret Life of Lance Letscher” documentary screening followed by Q&A with the artist on Zoom. 

November 10th, 3:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Adams Presentation Room/Kanopy/Zoom

  • The word collage in black text on a wall with framed artworks in the background.
    Collage by Lance Letscher at the Wright Gallery.
  • A blue and red collage with a grouping of satellites in the upper left corner, a group of missiles in the middle left, and spaceships in the bottom left. Also in lower left corner is a submarine. Running vertically in the center of the piece is a set of ladders. Framed with a white border and light colored wood.
    Lance Letscher. Ladder and Ear. Collage. 2016. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A patchwork of red, orange, green, and blue stripes running both horizontally and vertically. Framed with a white border and light colored wood. Staples are throughout the design.
    Lance Letscher. Lucky #2. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A patchwork of mostly white and red with blue and yellow accents. A large white percent symbol takes up the entire foreground. Framed with a white border and light colored wood. Staples are throughout the design.
    Lance Letscher. 1%. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A roughly colored red duck in a street made up of black, yellow, blue, and red stripes. Framed with a white border and light colored wood.
    Lance Letscher. Wrecking Ball. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A collage of mostly beige and red squares with a blue ampersand in the middle. Framed with a white border and light colored wood. Staples are throughout the design.
    Lance Letscher. Ampersand. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A collage of mostly beige and red squares with a blue ampersand in the middle. Staples are throughout the design.
    Lance Letscher. Ampersand (detail). Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A corner wall that is white with the work “Ampersand” on the left side of the corner and the works “Wrecking Ball” and “1%” on the right hand side
    Collage by Lance Letscher at the Wright Gallery.
  • A group of images mostly consisting of strong round line work and a series of photos of hands. Framed with a white border and light colored wood.
    Lance Letscher. Left Hand. Collage. 2018. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • Images evoking the 1950’s. A pink bed, mens tuxedo tops, a red skirt. Green chairs. In the foreground are several different kinds of ice cream. Framed with a white border and light colored wood.
    Lance Letscher. Ice Cream Time. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A view of the gallery at an angle with the work “Ice Cream Time” in the foreground on the left.
    Collage by Lance Letscher at the Wright Gallery.
  • A view of the gallery at an angle with a black leather bench in the foreground. Round yellow stickers are on the floor for social distancing.
    Collage by Lance Letscher at the Wright Gallery.
  • A variety of trellises on a field of orange with a blue ground in the bottom center. Framed with a white border and light colored wood.
    Lance Letscher. Magic Wand. Collage. 2020. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A field of cut out noise making objects with the words fun with crayons in the center.
    Lance Letscher. Fun with Crayons. Collage on board. 2016. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • Windows in the foreground on a field of color created by cutouts of womens skirts
    Lance Letscher. Corner Cabinet. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • Two works hung vertically. On the top there is a series of pipes on a field of yellow and on the bottom there is a white owl in a captain hat on a field of yellow with a shovel and a large pile of wood objects.
    Lance Letscher. Yellow Plumbing. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery. Lance Letscher. Secret Report. Collage. 2014. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • View of 3 walls in the gallery with a black leather bench in the foreground. Round yellow stickers are on the floor for social distancing.
    Collage by Lance Letscher at the Wright Gallery.
  • A view of the gallery with a work that has a border of flowers and springs in the middle in the foreground.
    Lance Letscher. Loom. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.

Upcoming

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En Route

Catherine Allen

January 17th – March 3rd 2022

Virtual Event: Artist talk by Catherine Allen on Zoom:
Thursday, February 10th 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Open to the public. Zoom Meeting ID: 956 4572 4130 

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Keliy Anderson-Staley

March 14th – May 13th 2022

Virtual/hybrid event: Artist talk by Keliy Anderson-Staley in Adam’s Presentation Room/Zoom
Wednesday, April 6th 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Open to the public.  Zoom Meeting ID: 983 9709 9387 

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Fresh Vision II

Annual College of Architecture Student Exhibition
May 23rd – September 8th 2022

View Past Exhibits

The gallery provides rotating exhibits and hosts lectures and special events. The Wright Gallery displays many different artworks and artists with emphasis on featuring:

  • Work created by women and other underrepresented groups
  • Works that promote dialogue on topics of social and cultural importance
  • Artists who challenge conventional art practice 
  • Emerging and established artists, architects and designers of local, regional, national, and international acclaim

The gallery was named to honor donor James Wright, who earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Texas A&M in 1954.