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Enjoy exhibit at Texas A&M-SA

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Texas A&M University-San Antonio invites the public to a milestone cultural achievement: its inaugural art exhibition at the Educational & Cultural Arts Center, located in the heart of the Zona Cultural. The exhibition, Contemporary Latino Art: El Corazón de San Antonio, will be open to the public through August 31, and showcases 79 local artists who are central to the ongoing art narrative of the city.

This landmark exhibition is the first step in A&M-San Antonio’s commitment to share the story of the Latino experience in America and South Texas and surveys the wealth of talent in San Antonio’s Latin arts community with more than 100 pieces of art, centering on the people, places, and things closest to the heart.

During the exhibition, the ECAC will offer educational lectures and workshops every month and provide interactive activities in order to more fully engage visitors on a more intimate level with the art.

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