2018 Conference Center

 The 2018 Symposium and Texas Art Fair will take place at
The Witte Museum
3801 Broadway
San Antonio, TX 78209

 The Witte Museum stands as a permanent home for exhibits of the history and art of Texas utilizing the latest museum practices and technology, also having a multi-purpose exhibition and special events center.


The Witte Museum Website

Witte Museum Exhibitions open to CASETA Symposium Attendees

All exhibitions at The Witte Museum are open free of charge to Symposium attendees wearing a badge. 

B. Naylor Morton Research and Collections Center

Confluence and Culture: 300 Years of San Antonio History

Connecting Texas: 300 Years of Trails, Rails, and Roads


Gathering at the Waters: 12,000 Years of People

H-E-B Lantern Valero Great Hall Orientation Gallery

Naylor Family Dinosaur Gallery

McLean Family Texas Wild Gallery

Kittie West Nelson Ferguson People of the Pecos Gallery


Wild and Vivid Land: Stories of South Texas


George West Trail Drivers Gallery


H-E-B Body Adventure

For more details on all the exhibitions above CLICK HERE

The Witte Museum is located at 3801 Broadway in Brackenridge Park, just north of downtown. 

Driving Directions
Directions from North
Take I-35 South towards San Antonio. Take the I-35 access road to Casa Blanca Street. Continue on Casa Blanca and make a right on Broadway. Proceed North on Broadway until you reach 3801 Broadway (museum on your left).

Directions from South (Downtown)
Take Broadway North, for about 2.8 miles until you reach 3801 Broadway (museum on left).

Free parking is available in the Brackenridge Park Parking Garage on Avenue B.