One City Councilman would like to see less taxpayer dollars go to public art and what’s left go to local, or at least Texan, artists.
A series of casual noontime concerts, called Music in the Park, will continue every Wednesday through April 5.
NALAC Fund for the Arts grants were awarded to SA-based artistsMari Hernandez, Marisela Barrera, Pablo Miguel Martínez, Raul Gonzalez, and Sarah Castillo.
Leading with Landscape III will feature nationally prominent landscape architects and allied professionals who have worked on major projects through the U.S.
State Rep. Diego Bernal said he is withdrawing from a SXSW Conference “bathroom bill” panel because of a provision in the SXSW artist contract.
The grand opening celebrated the completion of a $100,000 million transformation of the Witte Museum’s 90-year-old campus.
The fourth annual Fiddle Fest at Alamo Plaza showcased a full day of Americana, swing, bluegrass, and country bands to commemorated the Battle of the Alamo.
Youth Orchestra of San Antonio and a group of local musicians will pay tribute to Prince’s album Purple Rain at the Tobin on March 13.
The Tenderloin may not near the top of your vacation list, but it certainly gives a richer understanding of San Francisco than riding cable cars and ferrying to Tiburon.
This year’s dealers will bring a variety of works to the San Antonio community, from old master prints to contemporary photographs and drawings.
San Antonio River Foundation Executive Director Estela Avery announced her retirement Thursday, handing over the reigns to Robert Amerman, a tech company executive, architect, and artist.