From left to right: Students Tucker Craft, Jack Maxwell, and Logan Martinez view seal display

Student-written labels featured at San Antonio Museum of Art

Labels were written by students of the art history course This Is America
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist September 23, 2021

Ever notice museum tags at the San Antonio Museum of Art written by your peers when walking through the galleries? During spring 2020 and 2021, Trinity students enrolled in the art history course “This...

Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

Exploring the afterlife of San Antonio’s art organizations

Joshua Anaya October 29, 2020
Exhibits and galleries in San Antonio re-open as art directors adjust operations to maintain safety
San Antonio to celebrate its third century in style

San Antonio to celebrate its third century in style

Georgie Riggs January 17, 2018

The great white hope of Ireland, affectionately known as the “devil’s apples,” first reached New England’s shores 300 years ago, in 1718. The settlers called them potatoes. That same year, on the...


What you need to know about this year’s Lennox Seminar

Abigail Wharton September 13, 2017

This Tuesday marks the beginning of Trinity's 2017 Lennox Seminar Series entitled Love, Art, and Power in the Roman Empire. Through November, lecturers from different universities will speak on topics...

Junior Katie Sibley appreciates modernist photography. photo by Amani Canada

Exhibition highlights Mexican contributions to modernist photography

Abigail Wharton August 29, 2017

The early 1920s saw a drastic change in the way the world perceived photographs. The transition from commercial product to work of art was nurtured by many famous names, but the San Antonio Museum of Art's...

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