The Arlington Museum of Art presents internationally-renowned art collections and exhibits that attract visitors from all over the world. Because the organization does not have a complete permanent collection, the museum can utilize its entire venue creatively throughout the year for loaned collections, curated exhibits, and all kinds of related activities including exhibit-specific lectures, classes, educational workshops, and diverse cultural programs.
Examples of past exhibitions include Keith Haring: Against All Odds; 30 Americans; Disney Art from Private Collections; MUMENTOUS; A Knight's Tale; Toulouse-Lautrec and the Post-Impressionists; and Ansel Adams.
Annual children’s programs—such as Youth Art Month and Summer Art Camp—reflect the organization’s long-standing partnership with AISD as well as its commitment to nurturing life-long art lovers and the next generation of creatives.
By honoring the dreams of their founders and believing in the possibilities for their future, the Arlington Museum of Art has become a visual arts magnet for North Texans as well as a growing number of supporters, community partners, and visitors from around the world.