Hi-Tones, a no-frills bar on the St. Mary’s Strip known more for DJ nights and rock, will host performances by classical music artists Saturday night.
Spurs guard Patty Mills, an outspoken advocate, initiated the event to spotlight indigenous cultures worldwide – including San Antonio’s.
Selena Forever/Siempre Selena is a small new exhibition at the McNay Art Museum that promises to be a big hit with late Tejano superstar Selena Quintanilla-Pérez’s legions of fans.
The new exhibition, which runs through July 5, features five photographs taken by award-winning San Antonio photographer John Dyer, who got the opportunity to take pictures of Selena in 1992 and again in 1994, just months before she was murdered at age 23 by the woman who ran her fan club and boutique clothing stores.
Artpace is “focusing all non-residency exhibition programming to female and female-identifying artists in 2020.” “Visibilities: Intrepid Women of Artpace” opens Thursday.
An annual Townes Van Zandt tribute show organized by songwriter John Whipple has taken root with local songsmiths of varying age, background, and genre.
Cooper Greenberg’s band Favorite Son will perform Willie Nelson’s “Red Headed Stranger” album in its entirety Friday night at The Lonesome Rose.
Twitter followers of San Antonio author Shea Serrano, a DIY philanthropist for several years, gave without needing to know who the recipient would be.
Six San Antonians shared short presentations on art, life experience, and social issues at the 36th installment of PechaKucha.
Beginning Friday, Dec. 13, artist Joe Harjo will offer up a new solo exhibition at Sala Diaz called “The Only Certain Way.”
Two current exhibits at the DoSeum are the fruit of the children’s museum’s artist-in-residence program, now in its third year.