Graham offers a variety of art ranging from concerts at the Memorial Auditorium, murals in the downtown square to Museums. First-class professional musicians and entertainers grace the stage of the Graham Memorial Auditorium through the auspices of the Graham Concert Association. Each year’s schedule promises crowd-pleasing diversity from jazz to symphony. Advance season tickets may be purchased or individual performances are available at the door.
Graham Memorial Auditorium
628 3rd St.
Graham Regional Theatre
The Graham Regional Theatre is a non-profit community theatre that encourages self-expression through dance, music, and theater.
GRT believes that art is an essential part of any thriving community and that arts lift the spirit and raise the collective consciousness of the citizens of our community and surrounding areas.
628 3rd St.
Graham has a number of building murals scattered around the downtown and on Fourth Street. These range from the Texas and Southwest Cattle Raisers Association Mural to the Coca-Cola Mural.
What once was the work area of the original Post Office is now the Main Gallery area for the many rotating exhibits and art shows featured at the OPOMAC. In addition, a portion of the historical artifacts in the permanent collection is housed in this area. In addition, noted area artists and artisans are featured throughout the year.
The Museum portion of the OPOMAC utilizes the area that once housed the mail boxes that served Graham for fifty-seven years. Displayed are many artifacts of Young County history. The area includes the Native American Reserve of Young County, the dream of the Graham brothers’ creation of the city, ranching history of the county, and the beginning of the Texas Cattle Raisers Association.
Young County history comes alive with the many permanent exhibits of photographs of oil fields of the 1800s and 1900s. A military collection of uniforms and field equipment from the American Indian War through the years of the modern American military. Included in the exhibit is artwork from a 1940s POW Camp. Photographs from the 1920s depict the culture of the city, the history of the beginnings, the trials of growth, and the enjoyment that citizens of Young County received during the time period.