In 1965 Mel Casas (1929-2014) was driving along San Pedro Ave when he noticed the screen of a nearby drive-in cinema.
Artist Raul Gonzalez has become known for his colorful dance performances, and for a number of text based series of work consisting of sculpture, paintings, and drawings.
The roots of Black Gospel music trace back to the spirituals once sung by slaves as they worked in the fields.
Jesse Amado, one of San Antonio’s most accomplished artists, opened a new exhibition of recent works, “30 Day Rx,” at Ruiz-Healy Art on Thursday.
The 57th annual San Antonio Folk Dance Festival takes place at Our Lady of the Lake University in the heart of the Westside this weekend.
I remember my first encounter with flamenco.
This week, two new sculptures entitled “The Crossroads of Enlightenment” by artist Angel Rodriguez-Diaz will be unveiled at the intersection of Blanco and Basse Road.
A new book by the San Antonio publisher Material Media, edited by Elizabeth Cauthorn, focuses on the work of Mexican artist Raymundo Gonzalez.
Patricia Ruiz-Healy founded Ruiz-Healy Art in 2004, and it remains one of the few international art galleries in San Antonio, one that has specialized over the years in representing a wide range of artists from South Texas and south of the border.
I first caught up with Tamara Adira, dancer and artistic director of Arte y Pasión, in the summer of 2013 when she was just wrapping up her performance in “Dibujos de Travesuras.”