San Antonio native Shea Serrano has gone from deciding to give freelance writing a try to producing three bestselling books in a matter of 12 years.
A rarely seen collection of illustrations by Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí is on view at UTSA’s Main Art Gallery through Nov. 15.
In the last two months, the two remaining members of Las Tesoros de San Antonio have been honored nationally and locally for their musical legacy.
Arun Gandhi, 85, is the main subject of Guided by Gandhi, a feature-length documentary made by two San Antonio filmmakers.
Ballet San Antonio’s production of “Alice in Wonderland” employs projection and animation to create a set that is an immersive experience for the audience.
On Friday night, Nathan Felix and the subjects of his film installation will be DAMAS Gallery and Studio for a live performance related to the project.
Fontenot’s six-week residency will not be centered in his studio practice but in his social practice.
“La Revolución Mexicana: 100 Years Later” at the McNay Art Museum centers on 18 linoleum block prints by celebrated Mexican printmaker Artemio Rodriguez.
San Antonio’s poet laureate, Octavio Quintanilla, combines visual art with poetry in FRONTEXTOS, an exhibition at the Southwest School of Art.
Mythic Creatures at the Witte Museum invites visitors to consider the stories behind a host of imaginary beasts from ancient to modern times.