The week-long event, which takes place from July 31-Aug. 6, will showcase 39 features and dozens of short films.
More than 100 community members and City leaders came to UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures (ITC) Friday to attend Cultural Conversations, a cross cultural-dialogue event that took off in novel form, with attendees welcomed by the smell of cuisines from India, Hawaii, Mexico, Italy, China, and Texas, coupled with the sounds of ukelele strings, drums from the Far East, and more.
The Instituto Cultural de México is the permanent cultural representation of the Mexican government in San Antonio and has existed at Hemisfair Park since 1972.
The sensual art form of belly dance is not just a tool for self-expression, but a way of life at Karavan Studio, San Antonio’s premier belly dance organization.
Centro Cultural Aztlan, a center for Latino and Chicano arts and culture, will celebrate its 10th year in the Deco Building at 1800 Fredericksburg Rd., Ste.
The First Annual Pan-African Cultural Festival in San Antonio on Saturday, May 7, was not your average Pan-African cultural fête.
City building is an imperfect process.
It’s not every day you need a steamroller to complete your art project.
In a small dance studio off Broadway Avenue, 30 Ballet San Antonio company members stretch and flex, keeping their muscles warm while fixating on the words and moves of an American ballet legend.