After 21 years of service to the City of San Antonio, Department for Culture & Creative Development (DCCD) Director Felix Padrón will step down from his position on Thursday, March 31.
Sunset on the Hays Street Bridge served as the backdrop Tuesday night for the official announcement that Luminaria 2016 will take place on the Eastside. The festival of art and light is in its eighth season and this year the focus will be on Downtown East, an area steeped in African-American history and culture.
Contemporary Art Month (CAM) 2016 is alive and well, despite the recent controversy surrounding the CAM Perennial exhibition that was expected to take place at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.
If 2013 was the year when San Antonio was declared a “City on the Rise” and everywhere the pace of development and construction accelerated in the urban core, then 2014 is likely to be the year when the city sees many of the current projects completed and new challenges and opportunities arise to keep San Antonio on its current city-building course.
What’s the most important thing to teach a young artist?
Each month, it seems the finalists for the Awesome SA $1,000 grant consist of more and more developed and creative ideas.
Should cyclists obey the same traffic laws as vehicle operators?
Moving out of the Pearl location for the first time, the tenth volume of PechaKucha San Antonio at the Casa Rosa (former Museo Alameda) saw a full crowd of both familiar and new faces.
“What do you think of your teacher winning $5,000?”
As a native of San Antonio who’s had the privilege to work internationally and study in New York and Los Angeles, I feel obligated to share my insight into a potentially vibrant part of town that’s been underrepresented until recently.