Chemical engineering freshman Landen Taylor entered the Red Bull Paper Wings contest on a lark
This year’s King William Fair will tell the story of the picturesque neighborhood and the people who shaped it, without skimping on any Fiesta fun.
The bard-bot is on view at Artpace, a whimsical way to observe National Poetry Month. A Saturday panel discussion will feature its creators and local poets.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg will be among the speakers at Saturday’s March for Science, which will focus on the City’s proposed Climate Action and Adaptation Plan.
The show’s lineup features conjunto legends Bene Medina and Juan Tejada, as well as Conjunto Heritage Taller student performances and others.
An exhibition at the McNay Art Museum places classic American cars alongside artwork, showing the spirit of creativity and ingenuity of the postwar period.
CAM Perennial this year invited a curator from the El Paso-Juárez borderplex to put together an exhibition that features the work of artists from there and San Antonio.
Inspired by a segment from the beloved TV show “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” the exhibit aims to teach children about the processes behind everyday items.
For Valentine’s Day, the Briscoe Western Art Museum is delivering hand-written “love letters” to military personnel at Brooke Army Medical Center.
Poetry is, certainly, as vital and necessary now as it has ever been.