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America’s Impressionism: Echoes of a Revolution

San Antonio Museum of Art 200 West Jones Ave., San Antonio

As American artists—often having trained in France—returned home in the late nineteenth century, they put a distinctly American twist on the Impressionist style of painting, creating a new genre and teaching it to subsequent generations of artists. America’s Impressionism: Echoes of a Revolution explores this history, bringing together more than sixty works to show this...

Agarita Chamber Players: Musical Concert in the Great Hall

San Antonio Museum of Art 200 West Jones Ave., San Antonio

Experience a free classical music concert with the Agarita Chamber Players at SAMA. Inspired by America’s Impressionism, Agarita will offer an eclectic musical program. Be sure to arrive early to check out "America’s Impressionism: Echoes of a Revolution" before their performance. To accommodate physical distancing, space is limited and the event is first come, first...

Free

In-Person Musical Performance: “The Four Harpsichord Concert” with Nathan Felix

San Antonio Museum of Art 200 West Jones Ave., San Antonio

The San Antonio Museum of Art presents an orchestral suite by composer Nathan Felix, featuring newly written music for four harpsichords, strings, and a choir. The music draws inspiration from the exhibition America’s Impressionism: Echoes of a Revolution. Local harpsichord builder Gerald Self will introduce the performance with a brief discussion on the history of...

Free

Online Lecture: “Using Photography for Social Change” with LaToya Ruby Frazier

San Antonio Museum of Art 200 West Jones Ave., San Antonio

"Art is a weapon. Photos can change society-our view of ourselves and our communities." LaToya Ruby Frazier One of the nation’s most acclaimed photographers, LATOYA RUBY FRAZIER’s work depicts the unsettling reality of today’s America: post-industrial cities riven by poverty, racism, healthcare inequality, and environmental toxicity. By featuring voices and perspectives traditionally erased from the...

$5 – $10

Online Lecture: “Brewing History is American History–and San Antonio History, Too” with Theresa McCulla, PhD

San Antonio Museum of Art 200 West Jones Ave., San Antonio

The history of beer and brewing surrounds us, even where we least expect it. Within the walls of the beautiful building that houses the San Antonio Museum of Art, the Lone Star Brewing Company once brewed beer for thirsty Texans (and beyond). This talk will explore the role of beer in histories of urban change,...

$5 – $10
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Museum Market

San Antonio Museum of Art 200 West Jones Ave., San Antonio

Visit our new market in partnership with Southtown Market Co! It's your one-stop shop for unique finds from local artisans, makers, culinary artisans, and more. Admission to the market is free.

Free
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