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Tony Parker’s Heroes and Villains at San Antonio Museum of Art

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

A lineup of some of the most popular figures produced by Marvel Comics and DC Comics! Some forty-onefigures from the best-loved comic book and science and fantasy fiction sagas of our day, including Star Wars, Harry Potter, Guardians of the Galaxy, and The Avengers, will be presented in the Cowden Gallery. This exhibition of sculptures...

$3 – $20

Art to Lunch: Evil Plots

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

If there’s one thing villains love more than their intimidating costumes, it’s formulating evil plots. (Of course, these are often foiled by the hero.) This Art to Lunch will compare the malevolent machinations of villains from popular and ancient cultures. All summer long, Art to Lunch will celebrate the heroic and the villainous as a...

$5

Collecting the Multiverse Gallery Talk

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

Join Dr. Jamon Alex Halvaksz for a special gallery talk that will examine the artistry and fandom of the superhero subculture while exploring what makes a superhero so super through the exhibit.

Free with Museum Admission

Author Talk and Book Signing: Urrutia’s Arch- A Passage of Memory

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

Join us for an evening with Anne Elise Urrutia, author of "Miraflores: San Antonio's Mexican Garden of Memory." During this talk she will discuss SAMA's Urrutia Arch, its relationship to Dr. Aureliano Urrutia's historic garden; Miraflores, and the arch's artists, origins, symbolism, and significance. Her book was published in June 2022 by Trinity University Press...

Pay What You Wish

Listening to Bamboo: An Unrivaled Japanese Art Form

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

Join us for an evening lecture with Robert T. Coffland, who will trace the development of Japanese bamboo basketry into an art form. This evolution started in the early Meiji period and continues today. Through this presentation, Coffland would like the audience to consider seeing the artists’ creations as sculptures. Robert T. Coffland is one...

$5

La Malinche Opera

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

La Malinche: Traitor | Savior is a new chamber opera by composer Nathan Felix about La Malinche, an enslaved Indigenous girl who became Hernán Cortés’ interpreter and cultural translator. The opera is broken into five short acts over the course of which the audience sees Malinche go from a slave to a tool for Cortés’...

$30