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CLICK HERE to see Ashley's work and learn more about her online art tutorials with SAMFA and The Railway Museum

Bill Aylor Sr. Memorial Riverstage and the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts

Drepung Loseling Tibetian Monks

District Happenings:

The Railway Museum of San Angelo may be closed through May, but you can still keep up with them on their Facebook and Instagram. Don't miss their story times with Dr. Linda Bond! 

The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts has online programing so you can museum from home! Check out their social media platforms or CLICK HERE to see the programs on their website. 

Fort Concho continues to bring history to life! Check out Curator's Corner, Hoot & Holler Story Time with Conrad Mclure, and more on their Facebook and Instagram

Pop of Color has partnered with two Cultural Distric Museums, SAMFA and the Railway Museum, to create online art tutorials! Artist Ashley Perales is still taking comissions. Check out more HERE.

Did you know San Angelo, TX has a Cultural District?

The San Angelo Cultural District encompasses 200 acres on the South side of the Concho River. It includes such attractions as the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, and a dozen other cultural and nonprofit agencies. There are around 300 residents, a dozen manufacturing entities and an equal number of retail businesses and the city's Visitor Center.

The San Angelo Cultural District office is located at 423 S. Oakes St. in a building named Studio Rio. To make an appointment or inquire about the district, please call Shaydee Watson at 325-653-3333.