Our annual Superhero Exhibition is designed for students from kinder to 12th grade to create artwork that is based on Real-Life Heroes, Comic Book Art, Anime, Mythological Figures, or a positive role model they know and admire.

The project also introduces students to a broad range of artistic techniques encouraging them to explore their own creative skills and ideas. Student artwork is displayed in the center’s gallery exposing them to their first exhibition space and enabling parents to get involved in their child’s education.

Parents, Teachers and Principals may request information on how to enter students’ artwork for this annual exhibition by emailing us at: centroaztlan@sbcglobal.net or calling the center at 210-432-1896.

Opening Reception:

Saturday, May 16, 2020

Artist: Antonio Garcia

The exhibit is free and open to the public and will be on view through Friday, February 28, 2020 Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm.

The inspiration for this year’s show—172 Years of Continuing History—is the lasting effects of the broken treaty, the creation of new borders and the lasting effects it has had on our History as Latinos/as/xs, Chicanos/as/xs, and indigenous peoples. Inspiration from past and present events will result in a visual dialog of Chicano/a/x, Latino/a/x, and indigenous identity; and a reflection of the continuing history of a bicultural people. Light refreshments and live music by Juan y Armando Tejeda
If you are a student artists and would like to apply for this years Superhero Exhibit you can download the applications here:


This Year’s Exhibit was a great success check out the art and fun we had:

Check out our past Exhibits:

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