Artist David Zamora Casas celebrates his “Transcendental Tricentennial” at the Institute of Texan Cultures through July 28.
Students in Reagan High School’s choir took home the top prize at an international choral competition in Florence, Italy, on Friday.
Commentary: With “Negotiating Space” Gemini Ink aims to expand perspectives and engage writers in meaningful conversations.
*Sponsored* “Into A New West” features Western contemporary art, from the 1960s to present, that challenges the conventions of traditional Western art.
John Leguizamo’s “Latin History for Morons” at the Majestic Theatre seeks to enlighten people on the often ignored contributions Latinos have made.
There’s a play about a very hungry caterpillar coming to the Magik Theatre, and there are also wekend events featuring peaches and mac and cheese.
CineFestival 2019 brings 42 Latinx and many Texas-focused films to the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center July 11-14.
Showcasing all manner of works on paper, this year’s Paper Trail at Brick kicks off Friday, July 12, and continues the following day.
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.
In its 26th year, the free Balcones Heights festival devoted to smooth jazz begins July 12 with performances on each Friday through Aug. 2.