The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center’s exhibition space, formally the Guadalupe Galería, was built in 2002 with the purpose of highlighting Latino visual arts of the local community. Renaming itself in 2013 to the Museo Guadalupe, the exhibition space has grown and pursues strong transcultural focuses in step with local Latino visual culture.
Highlighting the diversity of Latino culture through both local and international art, the Museo Guadalupe continues to foster a multidisciplinary conversation. The aim of the Museo is to reach beyond the museum walls, to present ideas that invite strong local participation from its neighbors as well as the larger arts community of San Antonio.
723 S. Brazos St
San Antonio, TX 78207
Hours: Monday-Friday 12-5 pm; Saturday 12-4 pm
Parking: Parking is free and directly faces the Museo entrance.
Tours & Group Visits: For tours & group visits please call 210.271.3151
Call for exhibition proposals
We are currently accepting exhibition proposals. Please download and fill out the application below, and email the completed document to email@example.com
Proposals are reviewed twice a year, March 27 & July 27.