Blaffer Art Museum

The Blaffer Art Museum, located at the University of Houston, is a cornerstone of Houston’s artistic landscape. Founded in 1973 and named after Sarah Campbell Blaffer, it serves as a nexus for contemporary art and culture, showcasing innovative exhibitions and fostering educational programs. The museum has been instrumental in introducing cutting-edge art and artists to the Houston community.

Renowned for its avant-garde exhibitions, the Blaffer Art Museum offers a panorama of art, from painting and sculpture to digital media and performance art. The museum’s commitment to emerging artists and new media sets it apart, providing a platform for creative voices at the forefront of the art world. With rotating exhibitions, the Blaffer ensures a fresh and evolving experience, highlighting works that provoke thought and spark dialogue.