Arts in San Antonio

San Antonio Arts

Starting with Cementville at The Quarry Golf Course, our culture will lead you through the shops of El Mercado, an authentic Mexican marketplace in the heart of downtown. Check out the dinosaurs at The Witte Museum , and browse modern European and American art at the McNay Art Museum.  The Arts in San Antonio are the highlights our diverse culture.

For more Arts & Culture throughout the Alamo City, check out Instagram Worthy San Antonio and the City of San Antonio Department of Arts & Culture Public Art Map.

Arts in San Antonio

The Majestic and Empire Theatres

Located in the heart of downtown San Antonio, Texas, the historic Majestic & Empire Theatres are nationally recognized landmarks and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The theatres, established in 1929 and 1914, are home to the Broadway in San Antonio series, nationally touring concerts, comedy attractions, children’s theatre, and many more live entertainment experiences.

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Carver Community Cultural Center

The mission of the Carver Community Cultural Center is to celebrate the diverse cultures of our world, nation and community, with emphasis on its African and African-American heritage, by providing premier artistic presentations, community outreach activities and educational programs.

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 the San Antonio Museum of Art

On the banks of the Museum Reach of the river, SAMA is housed in the historic complex of buildings that was once home to the Lone Star Brewery. Today, the museum is renowned for the most comprehensive ancient Greek, Roman, and Egyptian art collections in the southern United States. The Nelson A. Rockefeller Latin American art wing spans the ages from the ancient Americas to the present and includes an outstanding collection of folk art. In the contemporary galleries, works of internationally recognized artists share prominence with notable Texas and regional art. The comprehensive Asian art wing displays works from Korea, India, and Japan, and includes an important Chinese ceramics collection.

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