Fourth Year Project Members Preview Reception

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Explore the exhibit before it opens to the public at this private after-hours event with live music and free light snacks.

For more than a decade, acclaimed artist Judy Gelles has interviewed and photographed over 300 fourth graders around the world. She asked them each three questions: Who do you live with? What do you wish? What are you worried about?

The fourth year project features 65 portraits of fourth-grade students from 10 countries. See the world through the lens of these students with stories that touch on some of our most pressing social issues and shared human experiences.

This is a limited capacity event open to Museum members and guests of members. Please confirm your presence in advance to attend.

Your support matters

By supporting the Bullock Museum through your membership, you help shape future generations and Texas communities through exceptional exhibits and educational programs.

All members receive unlimited access to the exhibition, parking vouchers, museum shop discounts and IMAX tickets® documentary films and select shows from the Texas Spirit Theater, and much more! Become a member today!

The fourth year project is a program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance along with Texas Commission on the Arts and The National Endowment for the Arts.

The Bullock Museum, a division of the Texas State Preservation Board, is funded by museum members, donors and patrons, the Texas State History Museum Foundation and the State of Texas.

Above are banner images courtesy of Judy Gelles (left to right): Saint Lucia Portrait (Saint Lucia Public School), 2015 ; Yakima Portrait (United States Washington Public School [Yakima Indian Reservation]), 2016; Portrait of China (Chinese School for Children of Migrant Workers), 2010; England Portrait (England Preparatory School), 2014, courtesy of Pentimenti Gallery, Philadelphia.

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