Newly-formed Southtown The Arts District (STAD) will host an official launch party for its website this Second Saturday, March 12, among the galleries clustered in the South Flores/Lone Star area.
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center will not host this year’s Contemporary Art Month (CAM) Perennial exhibit due to its exclusion of Latina artists.
Dennis Olsen, a widely respected educator and artist, passed away on Thanksgiving Day after a nearly four-year battle with pancreatic cancer.
The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts will host OPERA San Antonio’s first completely traditional opera, Madama Butterfly, by Giacomo Puccini. The performance opened on Thursday evening and there will be an encore on Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. With technical support provided by Glimmerglass Festival, this production features period costumes and classical staging.
For most residents of the Alta Vista and Beacon Hill neighborhoods, the railroad Quiet Zone, which restricts locomotive engineers from using their train horns in most situations, has been a blessing.
In less than a year, the home of Miguel and Guadalupe Calzada in Beacon Hill has gone from the threat of receiving City-mandated demolition to City-designated historic landmark status.
Since its inception by the Puritans, what is now known as the Presbyterian Church (USA) has usually found itself to be a sacred house divided, and events in San Antonio only perpetuate that divide.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum recently announced their 2015 Film Series: The Comedic West.
The home of Miguel and Guadalupe Calzada appears to be on the road to salvation.
The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts’ programming has hit the ground running with an almost full calendar since the high-caliber venue opened in September 2014.