12 future exhibits coming to Centro de Artes Gallery

Get ready to see free public art through 2028.

Centro de Artes Gallery

Check out the city’s Centro de Artes Gallery inside the Historic Market Square.

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After announcing its record-breaking visitation year, Centro de Artes Gallery released its future of exhibition lineup through 2028 — yes, you read that right — featuring guest artists + curators. In the near and coming years, swing by this gallery in the Historic Market Square to see free and public art.

Here’s what we know about the exhibits:


  • “Millennial Lotería: The LatinXperience” by Michael Alfaro & Gerardo Guillen on the gallery’s first floor will be on display between February 8, 2024 and June 30, 2024.
  • “Permanencia Voluntaria” by Froy “Efedefroy” Padilla will be on the second floor from February 8, 2024 to June 30, 2024.
  • “Rolando Briseño: A Retrospective” curated by Ruben Cordova, Ph.D. beginning in August 2024.


March 2025 – August 2025

  • “Borders, Bleeds, Margins and Gutters” by Gabriel Garcia and Micah Bornstein.
  • “A Thousand Words: The Power of Pictures in Books” by Xelena Gonzalez + Kim Garza.

October 2025 – February 2026

  • “Madre_Land” by Bonnie Ilza Cisneros is excepted to be on the gallery’s first floor.
  • “Cuentos y Arte: Mexican Folk Tales of the Southwest” by Rebecca Gomez will be on the gallery’s second floor.


  • “Acompañamiento: The Aesthetics of Undocumentedness” by Erika Hirugami. The exhibit will live on both floors of the gallery’s exhibit spaces from April 2026 to August 2026.
  • “Mercado / Material” by Mia Lopez from October 2026 to March 2027 and will encompass both of the gallery’s exhibit spaces.


April 2027 – September 2027

  • “Invisible Landscape” by Francisco Javier Ramírez, Majo Martin(ez) and Cristina Béjar on the gallery’s first floor.
  • “A Post-Modernist Says ¿Que?” by Vikky Jones on both floors of the gallery.

November 2027 – March 2028

  • “Twenty Years of the Serie Project in Texas: The Legacy of Sam Coronado” by Luis Valderas + Pepe Coronado on both floors.

Pro tip: Learn more about the Centro de Artes Gallery current exhibits and Department of Arts + Culture on its website.

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