Our annual Superhero Exhibition is designed for students from pre-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: firstname.lastname@example.org or calling the center at 210-432-1896.
Video Premiere: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CentroCulturalAztlan/live/ and YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZWLfhofxT50
Friday, May 28th, 2021, 7PM
High School Student’s gallery Exhibition runs through May 25, 2021 – Monday-Thursday, 10AM-4PM. We recommend calling 210-432-1986 to schedule a viewing.
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak we had to adapt our exhibition and opening reception. All the artwork entered will be displayed in a virtual gallery on Facebook and on our website (BELOW). All of the High School student’s work and special honorable mentions from each school will be featured on a virtual presentation on a video on Facebook and YouTube. To view all of the Artwork entered this year please CLICK HERE.
Adams Elementary, Col. Miguel Menchaca Early Learning Center, Columbia Heights Elementary, Freedom Elementary, Gallardo Elementary, Jerry D. Allen Elementary, Rayburn Elementary, Shulze Elementary, Vestal Elementary and East Central High School.
If you are a student artists and would like to apply for this years Superhero Exhibit you can download the applications here: