Palmetto Center for the Arts
Media includes ceramic, digital, drawing, painting, photography, sculpture and fashion.
Curated by Instructor Rachael M. Bower.
About the Center
The Palmetto Center for the Arts opened in 2009 as a product of community leadership, vision and unwavering determination to bring fine and performing arts to the Northwest area of San Antonio. The arts complex offers the finest facility and programs to those who join us in celebrating the arts.
The fine and performing arts programs at Northwest Vista College engage students and enrich their skills needed to give life to creative impulses—on stage, in the studio and in the concert hall. Our emerging artists interact and learn from community professionals and visiting artists from across the country and abroad.
We believe that the arts have always been and always will be a meaningful force in human life. Northwest Vista College is dedicated to making the arts a living presence within our neighboring communities. Art lovers who support the development of artists help to enrich the human experience.
Our goal is to cultivate the imagination and technical skills of artists who will reinvigorate existing works and create new masterpieces that will grip the heart and thrill the mind. We welcome the diversity that sustains our community and empowers our voice through art and artistry.
We are excited to welcome you, your family and friends to the Palmetto Center for the Arts!
The Box Office generally opens for ticket sales 1 hour before a production/event start time. Seating is on a first come, first serve basis. For more information please view the "Frequently Asked Questions" below.
Food and drinks are not allowed inside the theatres. Occasionally, student or faculty/staff organizations provide or sell concessions in the lobby. We ask that you please refrain from bringing all food or drink inside the theatres. Thank you.
We accept cash or check at the Box office.
Please check the Calendar of Events for specific ticket sales on each event.