Botánica Music and Arts Festival named local artist Cruz Ortiz and his wife, Olivia, as the festival’s art and culture ambassadors.
San Antonio artist Cruz Ortiz’s Dream Song Tower is being installed at the “gateway to the Southside,” at the intersection of I-35 and Zarzamora Street.
Local business owners, artists, and advocates will be collecting donations to benefit the Standing Rock Sioux tribe affected by the ongoing Dakota Access Pipeline dispute.
The colors of Cruz Ortiz’s Snake Hawk Press mascot and the vibe created by Dos Equis and Red Bull were in the air all the way to Pearl Parkway, and the concentration of pura vida y energia was felt at the stage where the dancers danced and the players played.
Maria Ines Rodriguez, 57, known to friends as Mary Agnes, paints images of the Westside’s struggles and joy.
AUSTIN – “Casa San Antonio,” the Alamo City’s first official cultural embassy at SXSW Interactive was buzzing with activity on Friday with panel discussions, taco wars, and other imported treats that summed up the flavor of San Antonio for local, national, and international visitors.
Less than two weeks from now, a coalition of at least 35 public and private sector partners will lead the City of San Antonio’s first formal presence at South by Southwest Interactive Festival, March 11-16.
It is once again Blue Star Red Dot season, with the 25th Anniversary of this art shindig being celebrated in a big way.