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An exhibition in which the rule of Maximilian and Carlota, Emperor and Empress of Mexico in the 1860s, is examined and accompanies the release of...Read More
Photographs, curated by Arturo Infante Almeida.
Some of the best artifacts drawn from the vast Witte collections amassed since 1926 including natural history, art, military, arms and armor, anthropology, archives and...Read More
Bugs are invading the Witte Museum this September in their new exhibition Backyard Monsters: The World of Insects. This exhibition consists if six gigantic robotic...Read More
The Witte Museum’s 2010 annual Fiesta exhibition A Royal Garden is guest curated by Carol Canty and Sallie Thomas. Featuring gowns from several courts of...Read More
Texas Art: A Sense of History features 61 paintings from the Witte Museum’s Texas Art Collection which depict narratives of Texas history and illustrate the...Read More
Photographer Michael Nye‘s Table of Contents: Stories of Hunger and Resilience is a multi-media exhibition that documents the voices, stories, and portraits of 50 individuals...Read More
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the historic television miniseries “Lonesome Dove," this exhibit features more than 60 photographic images taken during filming by...Read More
This exhibit examines the historical nature of small towns in Texas. As a dedicated observer of the small communities that dot the Texas horizon, UTSA...Read More
"Pulled from the Witte’s unique artifact collection and some never-seen private collections, more than 100 objects are on view from boots, spurs, belt buckles and...Read More
This year’s exhibit features 59 watercolor paintings, including the winner Cupcake Falls, by San Antonio artist Ric Dentinger. Nationally known watercolorist, juror, educator and author,...Read More
Straight from the Dallas Museum of Art, check out Bluebonnets and Beyond: Julian Onderdonk, American Impressionist.
What about the original Texas cowboy, the Vaquero? John Dyer, Cristina Sosa Noriega and Lionel Sosa help tell the story through their photographs and paintings.
What was South Texas like in mid-1800s? Who were the people gathered in the Plaza of San Antonio? Vintage pick-up trucks, chuck boxes, a mud...Read More