Artist David Zamora Casas celebrates his “Transcendental Tricentennial” at the Institute of Texan Cultures through July 28.
CineFestival 2019 brings 42 Latinx and many Texas-focused films to the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center July 11-14.
After the death of Alamo City Opera director Mark Richter, the City’s Arts Agency Funding Committee recommended giving its funding to other arts agencies.
The USAF Airman Heritage Museum chronicles little-known Air Force history and reveals artifacts dating back to 1907.
Robert W. Young II, a licensed insurance agent and avid cook, died June 6, 2019, at age 60.
Hopscotch, a new immersive art event producer, will open a permanent space in the Travis Park Plaza Building in late 2019.
Akiko Fujimoto, the SA Symphony’s former associate conductor, returns to the area as the new music director of the Seguin-based Mid-Texas Symphony.
Keeping old traditions and artisanship alive and well, the Majestic Theatre celebrates its 90th anniversary and late-1980s renovation.
A new documentary film by Noi Mahoney, “Hap Veltman’s San Antonio Country,” screens free at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Bonham Exchange.
Opening June 20, the McNay’s “Andy Warhol: Portraits” and “Transamerica/n: Gender, Identity, Appearance Today” present art across the identity spectrum.