Load up on all of your Tex-Mex favorites at Southwest School of Art and Craft in Downtown.
Gather up your friends, coworkers or family members and head to Southwest School of Art and Craft for a group meal.
No need to dress to the nines here — Southwest School of Art and Craft's policy is business casual, so guests can dine in comfort.
With food this good, you'll be running into this restaurant to pick it up yourself.
Hosting a swanky shindig? Call up Southwest School of Art and Craft for their catering services.
At Southwest School of Art and Craft, drivers can settle for safe parking in the lot next door.
Bike parking is also available outside the restaurant.
Southwest School of Art and Craft is creating dishes any foodie will love at around $30.
When it comes to Tex Mex, Southwest School of Art and Craft serves up some of the best eats in town. Come see what the buzz is all about.
Experienced photo gurus Doug Box and Randy Kerr impart practical photo skills to curious shutterbugs during engaging seminars that have appeared across the States and in eight countries abroad. Doug Box, author of myriad photography-technique books, is one of 13 Kodak mentors and is the Executive Director of the Texas Professional Photographers Association. His co-teacher, Randy Kerr, heads World Photographic, which uses photography as a vehicle for illuminating humanitarian and environmental topics. Both men have been teaching photography classes for years and help amateurs take photos that capture piercing looks, toothy smiles, and elusive dodo sightings.
San Antonio native Jim Landers has spent a lifetime behind the lens. After graduating from Sam Houston State with a degree in photography, he started Landers Photography School. Jim's work has appeared everywhere from the pages of The Knot, advertisements for Mercedes and Whataburger, and even the galleries of Smithsonian Institution. The team of Instructors at Landers is no less impressive. Jim Binegar is one of the few PPA master photographers in the area, Victor Watson has taught all over the USA, and Jack Braden brings more than 24 years of experience to the team and has photographed assignments worldwide capturing images of ordinary people, celebrities, and world leaders.
At Clay Casa, hundreds of unpainted ceramic figurines wait to be finished with more than 60 kinds of glaze—and they’re not the only things waiting in the shop's wings. In addition to paint-your-own ceramics, Clay Casa houses empty mosaic shapes and varieties of glittering glass and gems that can be combined and recombined to create sparkling tesserae. If that doesn’t satisfy artistic urges, visitors can fuse glass for make-your-own votives, bowls, or luxury thimbles. Instructors also hold instructional glass-cutting classes on more involved projects such as vases and bowls.
BCI Photography & Design’s photographers specialize in snapping shots of children and families in outdoor, natural-light situations. They work to create fun-and-relaxed photo sessions that usually have two photographers on hand to best capture candid photos and various angles. This technique affords customers a wider variety of shot selection when they pick out photographs for prints or digital images.
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