There’s always something happening at the Guadalupe Center, based in a 1942 Art Deco/Mission Revival movie house just southwest of downtown. Visiting and local directors put on six or seven plays a year; the resident Guadalupe Dance Company might collaborate with the San Antonio Symphony or invite modern masters up from Mexico City; the annual Tejano Conjunto Festival is the largest of its kind; and the CineFestival, running since 1977, is one of the town’s major film events. Parties are often thrown to celebrate new installations at the theater’s art gallery and its annex, around the corner at 723 S. Brazos St.