Individual $50 / Dual $100
Young Friend for a Day Pass $15 per Pass
This pass admits one to a FREE non-ticketed Young Friend’s event. May exclude some events with a fee for admission.
Young Friends + Blue Star Contemporary
Tuesday, January 12 | 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Blue Star Contemporary will host two tours of their current exhibition beginning at 6:15 p.m., followed by light refreshments with a second tour ar 6:50 p.m.
A Conversation about Corita Kent and Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts
Thursday, February 18 | 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Anna Stothart, and Muffin Moorman, PhD, explore the relationship between Corita Kent and Medieval illuminated manuscripts.
Drawing with Rodin
Thursday, March 24 | 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Accompany Merribell Parson, Curator of European Art, through Rodin:The Human Experience, then participate in a figure drawing class by Miguel Cortinas, University of the Incarnate Word Associate Professor and/Art Department Chair.
Friday, April 29 | 9:00 p.m.- midnight
The Museum’s vibrant group of young professionals, Young Friends, will host the third installment of Night at the Museum. More than 450 people are expected to attend this late night dance party. Enjoy live music, art activities, light bites, a cash bar, and DJ. Tickets are $20 per person, Young Friends are free!
Purchase Night at the Museum tickets here.
Click here to reserve a room at the Wyndham Garden San Antonio Riverwalk/ Museum Reach Hotel, just minutes from the Museum. Enjoy a special San Antonio Museum of Art rate!
Brewery to Brewery Tour
Thursday, April 14 | 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Learn about the Museum's history as a brewery on a docent-led tour and then continue to Alamo Beer Company for a tour and tasty brews.
RSVP for any of these events at samuseum.org/calendar or at (210) 978-8133
*The benefit of complimentary gala after-party ticket(s) affects the tax deductibility of the Young Friends membership contribution.
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May is Member Appreciation Month
This May we celebrate your support as a member with month-long perks when you present your current membership card. Your generous support enables the Museum to present outstanding special exhibitions, preserve our permanent collections, and provide enriching programs for our community.
A Will for Sharing
Donor Robert D. Harper with his beloved hibiscus
Robert D. (Bob) Harper had a dream for the San Antonio Museum of Art. A member since 1998 and frequent volunteer, Mr. Harper regularly attached handwritten notes to his membership renewals urging the Museum to open an inviting restaurant where visitors could gather, refuel and unwind.
Even once a restaurant was added in 2009, Mr. Harper felt so strongly about its future that upon his death last November at 86 the Museum received a $1.5 million gift that comprised the majority of his state. His will specified the gift be used to maintain a restaurant and to provide funding for traveling exhibitions “which might not otherwise be brought to San Antonio.” SAMA is already in the midst of refreshing its restaurant with a new concept and a new chef, but Mr. Harper’s gift now makes the vision of a renovated Hops House and expanded restaurant possible (stay tuned for more details)—as well as some exciting exhibitions!
This information is of a general nature and the donor should seek advice from the donor’s own legal and tax counselor.
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|Patron||$500||All Associate benefits, plus:
|Art Society Circle||$1,000||All Patron benefits, plus:
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Circle levels may be paid in installments. Contact the membership office for more information.
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Your membership in the San Antonio Museum of Art, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, is a commitment to furthering the arts in San Antonio and a pledge for future generations. You are contributing to world-class exhibitions in our community, investing in arts education, outstanding programming for visitors of all ages, and preserving a place in San Antonio where all are welcome to find inspiration. Thank you!
|Luminous Impressions: The Operatic and Fantasy Prints of Henri Fantin-Latour
|Adad Hannah: Intimate Encounters
$30 – Join us from 9:00 to 11:00 pm for the spectacular finale of Destination: Mexico with the live sounds of DJ Nahchey, who will be flying in from Los Angeles to spin the latest in today’s dance music. You can also shop in the Mercado curated by Chef Johnny Hernandez. Items available for purchase were personally selected or commissioned from his artisans in Mexico. Tickets include complimentary valet parking and cocktails. Must be at least 21 years of age.
$100 each ticket for package 1 only.
Package No. 1
Casa Tulco! Thanks to Omar Rodriguez and Veronica Prida, you and 7 guests can spend 4 nights in their private home, Casa Tulco in Huatulco, Oaxaca. Included in your stay is a private tour of The Copalita Archaeological Museum. Food, liquor and gratuity not included. Subject to availability. Some black out dates may apply
$50 each ticket for packages 2-6.
Package No. 2
De Cenar! Enjoy 10 nights of date nights with $100 gift certificates to each these fine restaurants: Arcade Midtown Kitchen, The Boiler House, Cappy’s, The Esquire, Citrus at The Valencia, El Jarro de Arturro, El Mirador, Los Barrios, Nao New World Flavors, and Paesano’s.
Package No. 3
Compras Elegantes! Treat yourself to a fabulous, and much deserved, retail therapy experience at Julian Gold with a gift certificate valued at $1,000.
Package No. 4
Algo Para Todos! Kick up your style with a $100 gift certificate from Dos Carolinas and Nativa. Take Fiesta with you everywhere with a “Medal Mania” necklace compliments of The Painted Pony. And you can also strut your stuff in a pair of custom boots donated by Jacqueline Smith.
Package No. 5
La Vida en Plata!Enjoy a sterling silver Spratling necklace with obsidian valued at $1,236. William Spratling’s jewelry is characterized by Mesoamerican motifs and it is said that his work gave Mexican artisans the freedom not be constrained to replicating European motifs and forms. Due to his unfaltering devotion to the silver design industry in Mexico, Spratling is often referred to as the “Father of Mexican Silver”.
Package No. 6
En Mi Casa! Entertain in your home with a catered dinner for 8 from the RK Group valued at $1,000. Decorate your table with fresh flowers from Trinity Flowers and Events valued at $100. Add to your collection custom designed flatware for 8, courtesy of Chef Johnny Hernandez.
This guide provides an overview of the primary cultural regions addressed in the collections of the Lenora and Walter F. Brown Asian Art Wing, with maps and time lines to assist in teachers’ development of lessons to utilize the collection. Each geographical region includes highlights of the collection,with curatorial notes about the significance of the objects, their function and how they were made. Access the complete Asian Art in Focus: A Resource Guide for Educators PDF.
The Asian Art in Focus: A Resource Guide for Educators has also been separated into smaller sections which can be downloaded more easily. Access the Lesson Worksheets PDF. You are encouraged to develop your own lesson plans for these pieces of artwork found in the new Lenora and Walter F. Brown Asian Art Wing.
Learn about opportunities for PreK-12 students and educators at the San Antonio Museum of Art.
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