Perhaps now more than ever—as the world more interconnected, and the workplace more oriented around technology and creativity—arts education is a key to ensuring student success in school, work, and life. Community Art Programs offer multiple avenues for access to the visual arts for young artists. Explore a range of Young Artist programs to nurture and celebrate the creative ability. Classes are available throughout the year, providing age appropriate learning for ages 5 to 17 years old.
The beautiful, historic Southwest campus is home to state-of-the-art facilities, highly skilled instructors, top quality equipment and a welcoming community of people who believe in the crucial role that the visual arts play in our society. The Southwest campus is known nationally for its outstanding facilities and for its exhibitions featuring regional, national, and international artists. The campus is an officially recognized Texas Historic Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Community Art classes are delivered through the integration of UTSA and the Southwest School of Art. UTSA's Director of Young Artist Programs Patricia Morales, shares the benefits and advantages of combining resources between UTSA and SSA.