The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center’s exhibition space, formally the Guadalupe Galleria, was built in 2002 with the purpose of highlighting Latino visual arts of the local community. Since then, the exhibition space has grown and pursued a national perspective with a strong transcultural focus, renaming itself in 2013 – Museo Guadalupe.
Under the direction of curator, Patty Ortiz, the Museo Guadalupe presents idea-driven exhibitions that highlight the diversity of Latino culture through both local and international artists, creating a foundation for transcultural conversations in the visual arts. The Museo Guadalupe reaches 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 and the world.
Ongoing exhibition: Flatland. For more info about the exhibition click here.
723 S. Brazos St
San Antonio, TX 78207
Hours: Tue-Sat 12-5 p.m.
Parking: A large parking lot directly faces the Museo’s entrance. Parking is free as well.
Tours & Group Visits: For tours & group visits please call 210.271.3151
To inquiry about exhibition opportunities, please send CV and portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org.