Chalk It Up is a significant fundraiser for the nonprofit Artpace, which is known for its international residency program.
There are 308,790 people working in arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodation, and food services in San Antonio, according to the census data.
The cancellation of the rest of the San Antonio Symphony’s season prompted concern among residents that their city can’t adequately support the arts.
San Antonio’s Centro de Artes, a Latino arts education and exhibition space in the heart of the Zona Cultural, has been a “lifeless, non-cohesive space” for much of its existence, and many of its leaders have failed to fulfill its core mission: to be the center of local and regional Latino art and tell the story of the Latino experience with a focus on San Antonio and South Texas.
Frances Limoncelli will take over as managing artistic director of The Magik Theatre after the theater’s founder, Richard Rosen, steps down to refocus his career on writing and consulting.
“What do you think of your teacher winning $5,000?”
What do Diego Rivera, Detroit, the violin and vodka share in common?
Filmmaking is voyeurism.
“I think there is something about San Antonio that is incredibly nurturing and fertile [for the arts], and it’s pretty exciting.” When I sat down recently to talk to Rick Frederick, Managing Director of AtticRep, his genuine optimism about the state of theatre in our city, and particularly about the present and future of AtticRep, was inspiring.
Awesome SA, Downtown Tuesday and Hemisfair Park’s new monthly Third Brewsday event collide Tuesday, Dec.18, in downtown San Antonio.