Bill Wittliff has made a career out of telling stories.
Coming soon to a billboard near you: thematic art by renowned contemporary artist John Baldessari.
Hankering for your summer movie fix but tired of big budget busts?
The opening of the new Matisse: Life in Color exhibition at the San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA) on Saturday morning drew modest crowds of locals and out-of-towers coming to see the modern master’s work, on view now through September 7.
What connects a 300-year-old violin, an Italian conductor, and the Majestic Theater?
This weekend, as part of the Texas embassy, San Antonio will be inaugurated into the Kingdoms of Elgaland-Vargaland or KREV— and this is not a reference to Game of Thrones.
Since last September a group of passionate, inquisitive teens have established themselves as an integral part of the Artpace community—they are members of the 2013-2014 You[th]Pace Teen Art Council. Unlike other local community arts programs offered for teenagers that are centered in the studio, the You[th]Pace Teen Art Council goes beyond art making to help students gain resume-building experience and insight into careers in the arts.
The Westside studio and home of San Antonio artist Vincent Valdez is a restored 1928 fire station.
What is more silent than silence?
Have you ever wanted to try walking on stilts?