As a working artist, I can tell you that individual artist grant opportunities – especially in San Antonio – are few and far between.
Renaud González is puro showmanship on the page, pura personality, toda energía. She finds truth in stories that could only be told as an insider.
Pocha is a term used to describe the trans-border culture that merges American identity with Mexicanidad.
Our Lady of the Lake University’s Center for Mexican American Studies and Research celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the 1966 Farmworkers Strike and March with “La Cosecha,” a full-day of living history testimonials, academic presentations, and lucha manifestations in art and performance.
San Antonio has a long history of teatro that can be traced back to the Spanish-language playhouses that once lined the plazas downtown.
It was at an Esperanza Peace & Justice Center event more than a decade ago when I first noticed Isabel and Enrique Sanchez, looking very much in love and dancing cheek-to-cheek.
Patricia Castillo tiene ganas.
A classic San Anto night cannot be forced into existence.
As San Antonio leaders meet in board rooms to plan how to re-create the city’s authentic culture, Danny Constante and his partners with Si Dios Quiere, LLC are making it happen on the St.
Maria Ines Rodriguez, 57, known to friends as Mary Agnes, paints images of the Westside’s struggles and joy.