Two arts-oriented benefits aim to help asylum-seekers from Mexico and Central America while they await processing in San Antonio.
In this Tricentennial year, Dock Space Gallery presents a show about the city’s possible futures, opening Saturday, June 9.
The Lone Star neighborhood, known mainly for its Second Saturday Art Walk, landmark train tracks, and proximity to the former Lone Star Brewery, is establishing its identity as the Lone Star District, starting with the installation of official banners.
Local lighting experts, engineers, designers, and architects came together at Culture Commons on Friday to talk about possible new approaches to lighting downtown San Antonio.
Local artist Bill FitzGibbons gave word to an electrician standing by in Bank of America Plaza to flip the switch on his newest light sculpture, Kinetic Skyline, at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday.
Local artist Bill FitzGibbons has been commissioned by the owners of the Bank of America Plaza in downtown San Antonio to transform the 28-story office tower into a dynamic work of art.
San Antonio is widely considered one of the best cities for Chicano and Latino art.
Students from Brackenridge Elementary School, C.C. Ball Elementary, and KIPP Camino Academy converged Monday morning at the recently renovated multimodal transportation center, VIA Villa, in the city’s near Westside.
Dennis Olsen, a widely respected educator and artist, passed away on Thanksgiving Day after a nearly four-year battle with pancreatic cancer.
Vincent Valdez, Ricky Armendariz, Karen Mahaffy and Cathy Cunningham-Little produced strong bodies of work from their time spent in Berlin, Germany as part of the Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum’s Berlin Residency Program.