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Tourists often venture to Texas’ second most populated city determined to remember the one thing history required they never forget. Upon leaving, however, many visitors are surprised to find that what they truly remember about San Antonio is not its most famous historical battle, but a city rich in Tejano and cowboy culture, replete with the always entertaining River Walk, Market Square (the largest Mexican marketplace outside of Mexico), and, most notably, the art district known as Southtown. Located just south of the city’s downtown area, Southtown is a haven for converted warehouses, artists lofts, unique shops, diverse restaurants, and engaging galleries. Southtown is also the setting for First Fridays, Second Saturdays, and some enjoyable event practically every other day of the week, making it a bohemian paradise far richer in culture than any other area of the city. If you do venture to other areas, however, attractions such as the San Antonio Museum of Art (one of the largest museums in the Southwest), the McNay Art Museum (Texas’ first modern art museum), and the Witte Museum are all integral parts of the San Antonio art scene. Additionally, art initiatives such as Artpace San Antonio and the Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, help to promote the creation and advancement of contemporary art through education, artists in residence programs, and various exhibitions and contests throughout the year. Whether you choose to simply visit San Antonio or remain to pursue your studies, you will find a city as diverse and flavorful as it is unforgettable.
|Enrollment:||2,872 (Undergraduate and Graduate)|
|Programs:||Fine Arts, Applied Arts|
|Degrees:||Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of Fine Art|
|Features:||OLLU has been consistently ranked in the Top 100 Colleges for Hispanics by The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine; accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; five studios in drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture and the photography lab|
|Programs:||Art, Art History, Studio Art (Ceramics, Sculpture, Drawing, New Media, Painting, Printmaking, Photography) / Architecture, Interior Design|
|Degrees:||Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts / Bachelor of Science, Master of Science|
|Features:||The Art Department maintains two exhibition spaces (UTSA Art Gallery and UTSA Satellite Space), Study Abroad Programs, Fifty-seven percent of UTSA's students come from groups traditionally underrepresented in higher education; In 2006, UTSA was awarded more than $40.5 million in grants and sponsored programs|
|Noted Alumni:||Rivera, Norma Elia Cantu|
|Programs:||Art (painting and drawing; sculpture and ceramics; photography and digital imaging; and printmaking, papermaking, and book arts) and Art History|
|Degrees:||Bachelor of Arts|
|Features:||Recognized as the best Western school for awarding undergraduate and graduate degrees for 15 consecutive years by US News and World Report; Coates Library and the Center for Learning and Technology are very popular resources; Newly renovated Ruth Taylor Fine Arts Center; Distinctions specific to the art department include Curatorial and educational internships at the San Antonio Museum of Art, the Marion Koogler McNay Museum, and other arts and cultural institutions as well as Guest lectures and symposia presented by internationally-known art historians, artists, and critics; the venue for many of which is the Stieren Arts Enrichment Series; study abroad programs are encouraged|
|Noted Alumni:||Jaclyn Smith|
|Faculty:||51 (Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences Faculty)|
|Programs:||Art, Art History (minor only)|
|Degrees:||Bachelor of Art|
|Features:||Accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; University Advising Center; First Year Engagement Program; Learning Assistance Center|