Clouds and a cold front didn’t stop abundant crowds from attending the 10th annual Luminaria contemporary arts festival Friday night. Luminaria was back at Hemisfair for the first time since 2013.
I was walking down the hallway of my Trinity University dorm when I fully realized the most rewarding lesson I had learned this summer.
The McNay Art Museum celebrated William J. Chiego’s 25-year legacy as museum director with a fun-filled, public event Sunday afternoon.
Walking into the Linda Pace Foundation’s Space gallery this week felt like walking through a snow globe filled with giant confetti.
After more than six months away from the public’s view, the San Antonio Museum of Art has relaunched their contemporary galleries.
During the first two sessions of Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum’s three-part panel discussion Collecting Contemporary Art 101, attendees were given a peek behind the curtain in the vast Land of Art.
The McNay Art Museum’s coming exhibit “Made in Germany: Contemporary Art from the Rubell Family Collection” evokes San Antonio’s rich German heritage with an entirely modern collection of art from the last 35 years.
To learn more about Latino artists in San Antonio, I turned to David Rubin, independent art curator and writer and former contemporary art curator for the San Antonio Museum of Art to ask which Latino artists to follow.
It seems as though I am doomed.