UTSA Arts connects the cultures of the world to our community through world-class programs, exhibits, and performances leveraging partnerships with other arts organizations in San Antonio, across Texas and the nation. UTSA Arts provides educational programs for the benefit of people of all ages and backgrounds who desire to develop their creative abilities in a safe and supportive environment.

Excellence in the Arts

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En Vivo Concert Series

Each year, multiple guest artists and ensembles come to UTSA’s campuses for performances, residencies, masterclasses, and clinics. The En Vivo concert series is presented free to the general public, and we welcome you to campus to be inspired by these world-class artists.

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Art Exhibitions

UTSA Art Galleries host curated and juried exhibitions by professional artists and organize scholarly and thematic exhibitions that encourage cultural dialogues on wide-ranging topics for the University and San Antonio communities.

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Community Art Classes

Community Art classes are open for enrollment to anyone who is interested in exploring the creative arts. Classes provide a great learning environment for anyone who has a desire to make art and values individualized attention!

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Summer Camps

The School of Music is home to lifelong music learning experiences for a wide range of ages and musical abilities. From On-Corps, our beginning band for veterans, to our award-winning String Project during the academic year, and a number of camps for middle- and high-school students during the summer, we nurture music learning in a collaborative and supportive environment.

UTSA Arts Events

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Guest Recital: Duo Precipice

Recital Hall

Our first En Vivo recital of the semester!




Guest Recital: James Scott & Nadia Soree

Recital Hall

The next event in our Guest Recital series!

“UTSA Arts is one piece of UTSA’s bold recommitment to arts education. It will be a space of collaboration and co-creation that meaningfully engages with artists, performers, funding agencies, school districts, donors, art institutions and the whole of San Antonio’s aesthetically rich and historically grounded arts communities.”
Glenn Martinez, Dean, College of Liberal and Fine Arts Stumberg Distinguished University Chair Professor, Modern Languages and Literatures
San Antonio

January 30, 2024

Polling by new UTSA Center for Public Opinion research to gauge local voter perspectives

What issues do people in greater San Antonio care about? That’s what UTSA’s new Center for Public Opinion Research (CPOR) aims to discover. Researchers established the new polling center to learn about the perspectives, opinions and priorities of people living in the San Antonio region.

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January 26, 2024

Boundless: Storytelling in Texas Book Arts - School of Art Exhibition

The UTSA College of Liberal and Fine Arts (COLFA) and UTSA Arts present Boundless: Storytelling in Texas Book Arts. This compelling exhibition, open through February 23, 2024, features an array of contemporary artist books, illustrations and ’zines.

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Support UTSA Arts!

We have BOLD ideas that will grow our unique contributions to the vibrant arts community in San Antonio and enrich arts experiences for many more participants. Your support helps bring our vision to reality!