Scholar and curator Lucia Abramovich takes over for Marion Oettinger as the new curator of Latin American art at the San Antonio Museum of Art.
A Garden of Eden in San Antonio? A 13-acre orchard and ranching lot promises a future as the Harvest Community Fellowship church.
Jesse Treviño’s first major work of art, now part of a Smithsonian Institution show, was preserved thanks to a San Antonio art collector.
YOSA wrestled with playing the concert in the shadow of “Leaving Neverland,” but ultimately the student musicians, staff, and supporters decided to go ahead.
Come see the “13-year-old Bob Ross” and other artists at Art for Autism, an exhibit and fair from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at BesArte Gallery in La Villita. The event is free and open to the public.
YOSA has invited local nonprofit organizations to participate in its Mar. 11 performance of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”
Annie Leibovitz made a stop at the Tobin Center to talk about the new edition of her book, “At Work,” and photographing family and the famous.
San Antonio artist Brad Braune – a watercolorist of “whimsical Western imagery,” as he once described his work – died unexpectedly Thursday. He was 68.
Opportunities abound for artists, with several open calls and auditions at venues including Luminaria, MacNay Art Museum, and the San Antonio airport.
From Luis Valdez to Marisela Barrera: Trinity University will celebrate the history of Chicana theater with a daylong symposium on March 1.