The Martin Museum of Art, at Baylor University, offers Baylor, the Waco community, and Central Texas world-class artistic experiences. With a permanent collection that boasts more than 1,300 works of art spanning over two millennia, visitors can see a variety of artwork by important artists such as Rembrandt and Albrecht Dürer. Other notable works in the collection include a series of etchings by William Hogarth, a colorful lithograph by Alexander Calder, and, the most recent acquisition, a gelatin silver print by Ansel Adams. In addition to showcasing the permanent collection, the Martin Museum also hosts traveling and temporary exhibitions. These exhibitions bring significant art to the museum that benefits curriculum within the Baylor Department of Art and provides culturally enriching opportunities for the community. Past traveling exhibitions include Ansel Adams, Joe A. Diaz collection with work by Luis Jimenez, and Henry McArdle.The Martin also offers several engaging events and programs. The annual Print-a-Valentine and Dia de los Muertos photogram workshops offer visitors a chance to join in a hands-on fine art demonstration. Admission to Martin Museum exhibitions, programs, and events are free thanks to the generous support of the Virginia Webb endowment, the Ted and Sue Getterman endowment, and the Art Angel endowment. The Martin Museum Art Angels, the Museum’s advocacy group, has provided continuous support for more than 10 years to the Museum, arts, and culture at Baylor and the Waco community. To learn more about the Martin Museum of Art, please plan your visit at www.baylor.edu/martinmuseum.
The Martin Museum of Art
60 Baylor Avenue