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.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum’s “Art and the Animal” exhibition, which opens this weekend, features more than 100 works of art related to animals.
The Pearl hosts a day of mariachi music Sunday, Sept. 15.
Opera San Antonio opens its 2019-20 season Thursday with the Puccini classic “Tosca,” featuring soprano Jennifer Rowley singing the title role.
Parabola: A Community Reading Series will feature local, regional, and national talent reading alongside student writers.
Saturday’s show will be the first time since the ’70s that Meyers fronts his own band at the John T. Floore Country Store.
A set of performances at Artpace will meld spoken word with sound in exploring and commemorating the experiences and identities of immigrants and migrants.