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.
“There’s actually got to be an industry, and that’s what the Playhouse is trying to create.” –San Antonio Playhouse CEO and Artistic Director George Green
The exhibition features the works of 18 women artists – 17 Mexicans and one Cuban – and celebrates the artistry of women and their freedom in creativity.
The grand opening celebrated the completion of a $100,000 million transformation of the Witte Museum’s 90-year-old campus.
This year’s dealers will bring a variety of works to the San Antonio community, from old master prints to contemporary photographs and drawings.
I gave up personal transportation for Lent to receive blessings I could not get while driving my own car or catching rides with friends.
Beethoven Maennerchor, the German preservation society in San Antonio, will celebrate a major milestone. The club is turning 150 years old.
Under founding director Barbara Ras’ guidance, Trinity University Press has published more than 200 books and developed an international reputation.
Jazz, TX has attracted so many music lovers since it opened in August that the 100-plus capacity establishment rarely has a seat open.