Several concurrent art exhibitions around San Antonio focus on indigenous, Native American, Mexican, Latino and Chicano themes.
Latin American scholar Tomás Ybarra-Frausto is celebrated in an exhibition at Bihl Haus, “10,000 Years of Love and Resistance.”
It’s time for the annual On & Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour, set for Saturday, Feb. 17, from 11 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 18, from noon-5 p.m.
Leaders in San Antonio’s arts community say the City’s plan for new policies and processes for funding arts nonprofit organizations is moving too quickly.
The On and Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour kicks off the ninth year of this popular neighborhood art crawl on Friday, Feb.
The San Antonio Area Foundation hosted a logistics meeting Monday morning for one of the last big public awareness pushes for The Big Give SA, the online, nonprofit fundraising campaign that will have more than 800 nonprofits vying for donations for 24 hours on May 5, a.k.a. Cinco de Mayo.
Whether it’s a home studio, a collaborative space or a gallery, all of the artists who participate in the On and Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour always manage to inspire and delight visitors.
Angel Rodriguez-Diaz only recently completed an important commission—a 7,000-pound, 30-foot-tall, cut steel structure titled “Crossroads of Enlightenment”—for Public Art San Antonio, erected on the corner of Blanco and Basse Road.
Crossing the threshold of Thiry Auditorium on the Our Lady of the Lake University campus on a recent afternoon, I expected “Sivagamiyin Sabadham” to appear as a hybrid of community theater and Bollywood.
Walking into the Movement Gallery tonight will be a journey through time and space for the free public reception of San Antonio-based photographer Eric Lane’s exhibition “Havana Now,” 6-9 p.m. at 1412 E. Commerce St.