CAM Perennial this year invited a curator from the El Paso-Juárez borderplex to put together an exhibition that features the work of artists from there and San Antonio.
The Zoning Commission voted 4-3 to reject a request that would change the zoning of a Southtown industrial site to residential use.
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.
Kristy Perez’s Venus, a nearly life-sized pen drawing, is featured in Feminine/Feminist at Cinnabar Gallery in the Blue Star Arts Complex.
Composer Nathan Felix has rolled out a 30-person volunteer “street choir,” bringing an unorthodox musical experience to San Antonio.
For several years, First Friday gallery openings have been a mainstay attraction for people who want to check out the latest contemporary art exhibitions in the Blue Star Arts Complex.
On Saturday, Sept.
With plans advancing to redevelop the long-vacant Lone Star Brewery at the same time other nearby infill development projects are progressing, the energy and verve that define Southtown appears to be migrating farther south along and near the San Antonio River.
Spoiled by decades of affordable housing and studio options in a major city that was still pretty sleepy, local artists are already feeling the pinch of rising rents after former mayor Julian Castro’s “Decade of Downtown” battle cry and subsequent initiatives shot the city to the top of trend listicles.
The former Big Tex Grain Company, a long abandoned industrial site best known for its weathered silos that stood sentinel above the San Antonio River, will soon take on new life as The Flats at Big Tex, a 336-unit, apartment complex that winds along the riverbank below the Blue Star Arts Complex.