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Houston, Texas    [[underlined] ]CONVENTION 1957 [[/underlined]]    April 3 - 6

[[underlined]] THEME [[/underlined]]

"The Perpetual Discovery" - An Investigation of What the 20th Century Has Contributed to Creative Thought and Expression

The Convention theme is intended to embrace many aspects of the development of style:  its philosophical basis, its psychological origins, its dissemination and establishment, and - in the case of the visual arts - the means by which it is presented to the public by the contemporary museum.

Discussions will involve not only an examination of new directions and achievements of the past 57 years, but a thoughtful, provocative inquiry into the totally new concepts which may develop in the future.

[[underlined]] EXHIBITIONS [[/underlined]]
[[underlined]] Houston [[/underlined]]

The Museum of Fine Arts
A comprehensive exhibition of the work of the Duchamp brothers, Marcel, Jacques Villon and Duchamp-Villon.

Contemporary Arts Museum
"Pacemakers", a survey of new talents throughout the country

Convention Headquarters 
A F A Exhibition

Medical Center
Anatomical Graphs and Models contrasted with the anatomy as seen through the artist's eye.  The latter section to be comprised of paintings, prints and drawings

Rice Institute
Architectural Exhibition

[[underlined]] Dallas [[/underlined]]

Dallas Museum of Fine Arts
A Survey of Texas Art

[[underlined]] Fort Worth [[/underlined]]

Fort Worth Art Center 
Sculpture of Texas

[[underlined]] San Antonio [[/underlined]]
McNay Art Institute 
"Fifty Paintings from Fifty Texas Collections"

Witte Museum
Contemporary Religious Art
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