El Gran Dia de los Artistas

Because of the overwhelming interest and attendance to our June 8th performance,  we will have an encore performance during  ” El Gran Dia De los Artistas” on June 24th at 3PM!!!

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Centro Cultural Aztlan will present El Gran Dia de Los Artistas to celebrate our 41thAnniversary on Sunday, June 24, 2018, from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm.  Centro Cultural Aztlan was incorporated in June of 1977, and we are inviting you to help us mark this significant milestone by celebrating with us four decades of presenting valuable arts programs to the San Antonio community.  El Gran Dia de Los Artistas is a free community event and promises to be an explosion of creativity in the Deco District showcasing live music, poetry, theatre, dance, art demonstrations, and live painting.

The event will feature:

  • An encore performance of “El Laredito”, the forgotten neighborhood west of San Pedro Creek Ethnodrama at 3pm.
    • Live Performances by local bands and poets
    • Live Painting
    • Over 30 artists and artisans showcasing original and unique works of art
    • Children’s Craft Table.We hope that you will be able to join us in the celebration of this important milestone for our organization and our community.  If you are interested in participating as an artist vendor, food vendor or sponsor, please contact us at 210-432-1896, M-F from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.  Visit our website at www.centroaztlan.org to download an application, follow us on Facebook or drop by our offices located in the Deco Building at 1800 Fredericksburg Road, Suite 103, San Antonio, Texas 78201. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Vuelo de Mariposas Spring Market

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Centro Cultural Aztlan presents the annual Vuelo de Mariposas Spring Market, an indoor/outdoor artisan market of fine crafts, paintings, jewelry, wearable art, designers, and unique vendors, all to create a fun place to shop and socialize during the On/Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour.

The Vuelo de Mariposas Spring Market gives our local artists a spacious venue in which to showcase their “spring line” and offer their newest trends and colors for the up-coming season.

Visitors will be able to stroll through the Deco Building Breezeway and Corridors to meet and greet the contributing artists and artisans of the 2016 Vuelo de Mariposas Spring Market that will open in conjunction with the annual Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour from February 17-18, 2018.

In addition to our Spring market, visitors will be able to view our current exhibit, “40th annual Segundo de Febrero Exhibit” commemorating the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, 1848.
Centro Cultural Aztlan has produced and presented the annual Segundo de Febrero exhibit since 1978 in an effort to preserve Mexican American history and culture. This exhibit commemorates the 170th anniversary of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the ending of the U.S. Mexican war, and the redistribution of a border creating a new bicultural citizenry with a new consciousness of Mexican American dual identity, history, culture and traditions. The inspiration for our artists comes from past and present events that result in a visual dialog of Chicano identity and a reflection of the sentiment toward border issues and current events.

ZONARTE – El Mercado de Aztlan

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Don’t know what to get your hard-to-shop for family and friends? Don’t you want to gift them something special and one-of-a-kind? Get your holiday shopping started at the ZONARTE Holiday Market, hosted by Centro Cultural Aztlan!

Preview the newest creations from a wide range of artisans hailing from San Antonio and across Texas offering their unique handmade gifts, original prints, paintings, sculptures, furniture jewelry, textiles, and artesania during this annual Holiday Market. Feast your eyes on the magnificent, creative artistry of our contributing artists and makers while getting one of-a-kind gifts for loved ones and maybe even yourself!

Opening reception: Friday, November 17
Market continues Saturday, November 18, and Sunday, November 19, from 10AM-6PM.
FREE and open to the public.

For more information please call Centro Cultural Aztlan M-F, 9am to 5pm at 210-432-1896 or come by Centro Cultural Aztlan’s offices located in the Deco Building at 1800 Fredericksburg Road, Suite 103.

Zonarte- El Mercado de Aztlan

Enter the ArtZone for your Holiday Shopping!

Artists and artisans from San Antonio and across Tejas offer their unique handmade gifts, original prints, paintings, sculptures, furniture jewelry, textiles, and artesania during this annual Holiday Market. Feast your eyes with the magnificent, creative artistry of our contributing artists and makers and get one-of-a-kind gifts for those family members and friends that are hard to shop for!
Participating artists include:
Adriana Rodriguez, Alexander Serna, Adriana Netro, Angelina Pliego, Angelica Mayorga, Corine Rodriguez, Debi Lively, Don Nuñez, Esther Guajardo, Eugenia Silva, Gloria Martinez, Irma A. Hernandez, Israel Rico, Jessica Cardenas, JD Morera, Jorge Sandoval, Larry S. Aguilar, Lupe Muñoz, Malu Berumen, Maria R. Rodriguez, Michael Villanueva, Maria Contreras, Martin Emmanuel Rangel, Maria Chavez Vasquez, NUEVO HUEVO, Norma Gomez, Preston Brown, Patricia Gutierrez, Quinto Punto Cardinal, Raul Servin, Rosenberg Balboa, Rebeca Cuevas, Rebecca A. Garibay, Rosa Flores Fernandez, Rosie Zertuche, Rosalynn Warren, Ramon Vasquez y Sanchez, Sandi G. Estrada, Shirlene Harris, Susan Spencer, Stella Marroquin, Smiley Rojas, Tim Palomera, Victor Tello, and Yolanda Priego.

Opening reception: Friday, November 18
Market continues Saturday, November 19, and Sunday, November 20, from 10AM-6PM.
FREE and open to the public.

Vuelo de Mariposas Spring Market

As part of the annual On/Off Fredricksburg Road Studio Tour, February 20-21, 2016 Centro Cultural Aztlan will present Vuelo de Mariposas Spring Market, an indoor/outdoor artisan market of fine-crafts, paintings, and wearable art by some of San Antonio’s most noted artist, including  live painting and body art demonstration  by Death from a Brush.