Michael Hardwick has resigned as executive director of the Linda Pace Foundation after one year in the job.
The 14th annual Artpace Chalk It Up brought San Antonians in their thousands downtown.
If cultural equity is in the air, it finds expression in the chalk dust that will color San Antonio’s downtown streets.
For October’s Museum Month, membership in one of 11 local cultural institutions will be good for free or reduced admission at other institutions.
The 17th annual Centropolitan Awards celebrated the food, innovation, places, events, and people that shape the landscape of downtown San Antonio.
“LIFT: An exhibition of kites” will open to the public Thursday evening from 6-8 p.m., and continue through Dec 31.
Art can seem disconnected from daily occurences, but sometimes, events conspire to illuminate the deeper currents underlying our day-to-day lives.
Frank has been writing since he was 16 years old and previously reported on arts and culture for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
The 14,000-sq. ft. gallery will house the contemporary art collection of San Antonian Linda Pace, who was planning the project when she died in 2007.
Each artist will be assigned a particular year of San Antonio’s history on which to reflect the development of their work.