In San Antonio, curated art is becoming part of corporate culture one office and conference room at a time.
The budget problems at the San Antonio Museum of Art were caused by unexpected capital expenditures, according to Museum Director Katie Luber.
Two forthcoming exhibitions perfectly underscore the different missions of their host institutions, which both bear “art” in their names.
A gift of property, deeded to the Playhouse on May 10, gives it an opportunity to dream beyond what its limited footprint can offer.
The 14,000-sq. ft. gallery will house the contemporary art collection of San Antonian Linda Pace, who was planning the project when she died in 2007.
While “Seven Dates with Death” focuses on Moreese Bickham’s experience as a death row inmate, it also included “a positive military dimension to his story.”
Sustaining an ongoing opera company in San Antonio the way Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, and Austin have done has proven elusive.
As the audience filed into the Beacon Hill Elementary School gym, the decibel level from the spectators rose higher than a soprano’s crescendo.
The Sunken Garden Theater in Brackenridge Park owes its existence to the walls created from excavation and almost became the city’s first Tobin Center.
With websites like ReverbNation, Slavin said, musicians of all genres who aren’t represented by recording labels now can be heard all around the world.