The mission of the AM Project is to empower youth to explore their creativity through the use of urban music, the arts, and creative writing while instilling lifelong values and skills to view the world in a positive way.
Artpace invests in our youth by offering contemporary art programming that challenges students to think critically and creatively about their own lives and the world around them. Each program aims to educate, engage, and to spark a dialogue about contemporary art that nourishes the mind, ignites imagination, and builds community.
Founded in 1983, the Children’s Chorus of San Antonio is dedicated to enriching and expanding the experiences of young people through choral singing and musical performance. CCSA’s commitment to artistic excellence, social inclusion and individual responsibility empowers young singers to embrace and explore a broader, more positive view of self and the world. As a resident company of the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, CCSA’s eight citywide community choruses in conjunction with its early childhood music program provide inspirational and transformative musical experiences for hundreds of young people annually from birth through young adulthood.
Family, honesty, perseverance, dedication, independence, interdependence and excellence are taught and practiced by each and every member at Crossmen.
Always looking for young people to intern as teaching assistants, or to help with general operations.
This program is free and available for ages 13-19 years old. For more information or to schedule a portfolio review, please contact Alex Rubio, MOSAIC Artist-in-Residence, at firstname.lastname@example.org
MEYO’s purpose is to provide an environment that supports personal development, community service, post-high school dedication, and solid character formation. We try to nurture the passions of our participants Monday-Thursday 4-6 pm.
Serving San Antonio’s youth, SAY Sí is a year round, long-term, non-profit multidisciplinary arts program that provides students opportunities to develop artistic and social skills in preparation for higher educational advancement and professional careers.
The Southwest School of Art is a nationally-recognized leader in arts education, currently offering studio programs for more than 4,000 adults, children and teens annually on its campus.
The school also organizes contemporary art exhibitions, and houses a small history museum, and a lunch café. During a typical year, more than 225,000 people attend events, view exhibitions, enroll in classes or visit the historic site.
The mission of the Southwest School of Art is to teach and advance the visual arts.
Summer of Service (SOS) is dedicated to education through service and travel by providing students with the opportunity to learn abroad in order to better their own communities and serve back home. We provide multiple monthly service opportunities here in San Antonio, and various travel opportunities in the summer. We see a world in which all young people – no matter their background – believe in their power to make a positive difference in their communities.
Community Art Centers
We offer classes and workshops for learners of all ages in six key areas: Dance, Theater Arts, Literature, Music, Visual Arts and Media Arts. Each class is managed by experienced instructors who share a passion for teaching and conserving essential components of the Latino experience.
Inspire focuses on the visual arts: Drawing, painting, sculpture, welding… and introducing some other art areas; songwriting & guitar. Courses are offered throughout the year in four 10 week sessions. Teens can participate in both adult and teen classes. Inspire also uses volunteers!
The Classic Theatre creates excellent theatre that is relevant, diverse, entertaining, and transformative.
The Tobin Center has transformed the performing arts in San Antonio by delivering a world-class venue and world-class performances for everyone. The Tobin strives to excite all ages, cultures, lifestyles, and income levels with performances in the venue.
The Generation NEXT Education Initiative at the Tobin Center provides unique artist interactions for audience members and students throughout the year. These include open rehearsals, Q&A sessions, master classes, and in-school artist visits.
Check out the website for hours and current exhibits. Students with ID are FREE! Everyone is Free Thursdays after 4:00 p.m. and all day on the First Thursday and First Friday of each month.
Extended hours and FREE ADMISSION every Tuesday night from 4:00-9:00pm !!
The McNay now also offers free general admission to teens 19 years and under every day! All ages are free every Thursday evening between 4-9 pm.
For teens, SAMA offers free art opportunities, check out their calendar! Also, get in for FREE Tuesdays 4 pm – 9 pm & Sundays 10 am – 12 pm, or for $5 anytime with your student ID.
Join in the #FreeKnowledge every Tuesday from 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. when general admission is FREE!!