Two artists from San Antonio, Ruth Buentello and Ana Fernandez, are 2017 awardees of the Joan Mitchell Foundation’s painters and sculptors grant program.
The show’s curator, Risa Puleo, struggled with an impairment that drew her to artists living with an array of disabilities.
San Antonio’s Diwali is one of the largest celebrations of the Hindu festival in the U.S.
Mel Weingart, founder and first chairman of Opera San Antonio, has retired and will become chairman emeritus.
Blair Labatt, vice Chairman since 2015, will assume the leadership role.
The Pearl presents its first Día de los Muertos celebration Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 4-5, a free, family-friendly, traditional event.
The YOSA Philharmonic performs “Star Wars and Other Epic Adventures” on Sunday, Nov. 5, on the Tobin Center’s main stage.
A list of Día de los Muertos events around San Antonio in the coming week, featuring artist’s altars and community celebrations.
Brewing Up Texas, a new exhibit at the Institute of Texan Cultures, traces Texas brewing history from the 1800s to today.
Composer Nathan Felix and San Antonio operatic group From Those Who Follow The Echoes performed on the free Saturday VIA VIVA Culture Bus between the McNay Art Museum and the Blue Star Arts Complex.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg renewed the Mayor’s Monarch Pledge, to continue San Antonio’s status as the first National Wildlife Federation Monarch Butterfly Champion City