"Reconciliar Ciudad y Naturaleza," an exhibition of landscape architect Mario Schjetnan's work, opens Jan. 17 at the Mexican Cultural Institute.
On Jan. 19-20, Alamo City Opera features the first transgender singer in the lead role of "As One," a widely performed new opera.
The San Antonio Symphony's Young People's Concerts Jan. 16-17 are based on a version of Shakespeare designed for kids.
The weekend program of the San Antonio Symphony includes a Tan Dun composition encouraging audience participation with cellphones.
Nominations for the City of San Antonio's Distinction In the Arts (DIA) awards will be accepted through Feb. 1.
"Alberto Mijangos: 159," a retrospective exhibition of the San Antonio artist's paintings, runs through Jan. 13 at Centro de Artes.
San Antonio author and Brownsville native Rudy Ruiz uses current events to inform short stories about the border and immigration.
Arts and Culture events throughout the Tricentennial year dove deeply into San Antonio's history, while forming collaborative partnerships.
The Celebrate SA New Year's Eve downtown event begins at 6 p.m. on Dec. 31 and will feature local music, food, and entertainment.
The Macias family has made quality bajo sextos in their workshop on the Southwest Side since 1925.