Gallery Vetro Creative Artglass

513 East Houston St. • San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: 210-354-0001
Located only one-half block from the Alamo, Gallery Vetro showcases over 100 artists working in glass from the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Featured work includes sculptural studio glass, functional pieces (vessels, tabletop stemware), collectibles (paperweights, ornaments), handcrafted art jewelry, artglass chandeliers and lighting, and contemporary fine art. Open Mon-Sat and most Sundays. Gallery also available for private parties and dinners. Easy access for disabled persons.

Garcia Art Glass

123 Losoya St. • San Antonio, TX
Phone: (210) 233-1400
Specializes in the creation of one-of-a-kind blown glass lighting and sculpture, including tablescapes and art for the wall. Located in the Hyatt Regency Hotel Atrium. Hours of Operation are 10:00 to 9:00 M-Sat, 12:00-7:00 Sunday.

Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center Galeria Tonantzin

723 S.Brazos • San Antonio, TX 78207
Phone: 210.271.3151
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center was founded in 1980 as a nonprofit, multidisciplinary organization. Located in the heart of San Antonio's west side, the Guadalupe is the largest community-based, multi-disciplinary organization in the United States. Our mission is to preserve, promote and develop the arts and culture of the Chicano/Latino/Native American peoples for all ages and backgrounds through public and educational programming in six disciplines: Dance, Literature, Media Arts, Theater Arts, Visual Arts and Xicano Music. Each year the Guadalupe presents and produces a season of events, exhibitions and festivals, including the San Antonio CineFestival, the Tejano Conjunto Festival en San Antonio, the San Antonio Inter-American Bookfair & Literary Festival, Hecho a Mano/Made by Hand, a season of plays by the resident youth theater company Grupo Animo, the Performing Arts Series, and productions featuring the Guadalupe Dance Company. Each of the six programs offer instructional classes from creative writing to button accordion and ballet folklorico for beginners to master workshops in all the disciplines.

McNay Art Museum

6000 North New Braunfels • San Antonio, TX 78209-0069
Phone: 210.824.5368
Since opening five decades ago, the McNay Art Museum continues to build on an already strong collection of 19th- and 20th-century European and American paintings and sculpture by significant artists ranging from Paul Cezanne, Vincent van Gogh, Auguste Rodin, Henri Matisse, and Pablo Picasso, to Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keeffe, John Sloan, and Marsden Hartley. The McNay is closed Mondays. Admission is free.

River Art Group Gallery

418 Villita Street, Suite 1400 • San Antonio, TX 78205-2927
Phone: (210) 226-8752
We are one of the largest and finest artist cooperatives in the country. We are located at La Villita Historic Arts Village, in beautiful downtown San Antonio, TX. We are open daily from 10-6. Can't make it to our gallery? Shop online! We offer original oil paintings, photographs, pottery, jewelry and much more!

San Angel Folk Art Gallery

110 Blue Star • San Antonio, TX 78204
Phone: (210) 226-6688
San Angel Folk Art Gallery curates and maintains one of the world’s most provocative and comprehensive collections of folk, outsider, visionary, and vernacular art, featuring artists from Mexico, Latin America, the United States, Europe, and Africa. Works from San Angel have been purchased by museums and collectors worldwide.

Southwest School of Art

300 Augusta • San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: 210-224-1848
The Southwest School of Art is a nationally-recognized leader in arts education, offering studio programs for more than 4000 adults, children and teens annually. Classes and workshops are taught by outstanding local, regional and national artists in state-of-the-art facilities; the school offers a certificate program for professional artists and craftspersons. The school also organizes contemporary art exhibitions, lectures and concerts, as well as houses a history-based Visitors Center Museum , a Gallery Shop and a lunch café. During a typical year, more than 225,000 people attend events, view exhibits, take classes or visit the historic site.