Established in 1995, Sala Diaz is an experimental nonprofit venue (501c3)  for the creation and display of contemporary art. As an exhibition space, residency program and community organization, we promote a down home—and world-renowned—artist-centric model of operation. Sala Diaz is  located in the heart of the Cultural Arts District in San Antonio, Texas.

Director: Anjali Gupta

Intern (UTSA):  Vero Caceres

Sala Diaz Board of Directors: Ethel Shipton (President), Hills Snyder (Vice President), Trent Harkrader (Treasurer), Chris Sauter (Secretary), Mike Casey, Alejandro Diaz, Sonya Dawson, Joel Adrian Dunlap, Cari Smith Hill, Don Thomas. 

Sala Diaz is supported by H-E-B's Community Investment Program, The Flohr  Family Foundation, The Lifschutz Foundation, The John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation, The Smothers Foundation, and numerous individuals including Mike Casey, Sonya Dawson, Lorena & Joel Dunlap, Nina Hassele, Chris Hill, Reagan Johns, Rick Liberto, Trish Marcus & the Ramirez Family, Laurence Miller, Steve Ogle, Brad Parman & Tim Seeliger, Patricia Ruiz-Healy, Don Thomas & Lara Flynn Boyle.

Community Partners: Blue Star Contemporary, Contemporary Art Month, The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, UTSA New Media Collective