In the Briscoe’s fall exhibition, Laura Wilson’s subjects range from legendary West Texas cattle ranches to impoverished border camps to Laredo cotillions.
This edition of 31 hand-painted color plates in George Catlin’s “North American Indian Portfolio” is one of only three known sets still in existence.
First published in 1844, the hand-colored prints provide one of the purest glimpses into the lives and customs of Native Americans.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum’s 2017 Night of Artists Art Sale & Exhibition will run through May 14 and features paintings, sculptures, and mixed media art.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum’s inaugural music salon series will give a rare look inside the cultures that painted the soundtrack of this region.
Keen, best known for his hit, The Road Goes on Forever, will present his seasonal celebration at the Aztec Theatre on Dec. 17.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum expanded its management team last week by hiring its first CEO and vice president.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum was buzzing with activity Saturday as hundreds of people gathered to celebrate Native American culture and art at the third annual Yanaguana Indian Arts Market.
The third annual Yanaguana Indian Arts Market, named for the Payaya Indians’ original name for the San Antonio River, will take place Oct.
From now until Dec.