Programs & Events

Buffalo, Briscoe Western Art Museum, Gallery Talk, 210|West Gallery Talk, San Antonio, MuseumJoin us at 6:30pm on the second Tuesday of the month, as we explore a work of art or issue unique to the American West.  210|West holds geographical significance for the Briscoe Western Art Museum - it refers to our address, 210 West Market, and the area code of San Antonio. 

For 2018 our 210|West Gallery Talk Series will focus on key historical figures. We’ve invited living historians, museum educators, and Briscoe Museum staff to illuminate critical figures that shape our understanding of the American West.

The Museum is open late and FREE from 4:00-9:00pm every Tuesday! Program admission is FREE.

This program is supported by the City of San Antonio's Department for Culture and Creative Development.

For more information, please contact

Education Department

Related Events

  • 210|West Gallery Talks:
    Bill Pickett: The Bulldogger
    Tuesday, February 13th, 6:30pm

    Gerald Anderson, the great nephew of famed Rodeo legend Bill Pickett, discusses the cowboy performer who was credited with creating the “bulldogging” technique used in catching stray steer.

  • 210|West Gallery Talks: William B. Travis: Commander at the Alamo - Tuesday, March 13th, 6:30pm

    Ryan Badger, Living Historian, explores the fact and fiction behind this iconic defender of the Alamo.

  • 210|West Gallery Talks: Santa Anna: The Napoleon of the West - Tuesday, April 10th, 6:30pm

    Martin Vasquez, Living Historian, examines the life of one of Mexico’s most famous military leaders.