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Off the Wall: Serpent and Dragons Tour at San Antonio Museum of Art


Dragon and Clouds (Unyongdo) (detail). Artist Unknown. Korean, Joseon Dynasty, 19th century. Ink and color on paper. 45 1/2 × 26 1/4 in. (115.6 × 66.7 cm). San Antonio Museum of Art, gift of Lenora and Walter F. Brown, 2006.4.3.

Off the Wall: Serpent and Dragons
Tuesday, June 18, 2024
5:30 – 6:30pm
Great Hall
Free to Members or with Museum admission

From the plumed serpents of Mesoamerica to the rain-bringing dragons of east Asia, mighty serpentine creatures appear with remarkable regularity across the artistic and narrative traditions of numerous cultures. Join docent Richard McGowan for an exploration of the stories and significance of the draconic figures lurking in the San Antonio Museum of Art’s collection.

Off the Wall is a curated tour series that explores special topics across SAMA’s collections. Each session is developed and facilitated by passionate docents who can’t wait to share the stories behind the museum’s most captivating artworks and hidden gems. Held every Tuesday, be sure to check out their next talk on the various female deities represented in the Indian gallery on June 25th!

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