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210 | West Gallery Talk: Texas Revolution

From the Battle of Gonzales to the Immortal 32, and Alamo legends Susanna Dickinson and William Travis, the story of the Texas Revolution is larger than life. Join Curator of Collections, Ryan Badger in the A Bar Gallery as he leads a discussion about artifacts and the art inspired by the Texas Revolution. This program is supported by the City of San Antonio Department of Arts and Culture. Included with museum admission.

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