“We Live Here,” a Monday night exhibition of student photography at Brick at the Blue Star Arts Complex, addressed East side gentrification.
Two Frida Kahlo-themed festivals in July offer opportunities to celebrate the birthday of the famed Mexican artist and feminist icon.
Wares from local artisans will be featured, along with other handmade goods and brand fashions, at holiday-themed fairs and events throughout San Antonio.
MOVE San Antonio, a local voting advocacy nonprofit, is taking a non-traditional route to engage young voters in the 2017 municipal elections.
Hundreds of students, artists, professional photographers, and individuals interested in the craft of photography packed into Brick at Blue Star Arts Complex to network with one another, listen to distinguished panelists, and exchange photo prints during the inaugural 4×5 Photo Fest.
A classic San Anto night cannot be forced into existence.
The Color of Blind, an annual interactive art show for the visually impaired and people with special needs, returns for its fourth multisensory art show March 19-20 at Brick at Blue Star during Contemporary Art Month.
Estática, the Rivard Report’s new music series, will bring together local artists and musicians for a unique experience at the Brick at Blue Star Arts Complex on Aug.