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International Museum of Art & Science

Who We Are

The Museum was developed through the efforts of the McAllen Junior League to increase the quality of life for the citizens of the Rio Grande Valley, and to provide activities in the arts and sciences that are meaningful, educational, and available to the public.

The Museum was dedicated and formally opened to the public on October 26, 1969.
On July 4, 1976, a new building was constructed and completed as a Bicentennial Project, and the Museum moved to 1900 Nolana, where it currently resides.

 

What We Do

We promote a deeper appreciation for the arts and sciences through our exhibitions, cultural events and educational programs; and we preserve, expand and display our permanent art and science collections.

 

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