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.
If you’ve noticed San Antonio getting more national attention for its creative arts scene, it’s not your imagination.
The City of San Antonio will recognize the creative and cultural achievements of local artists and organizations during the inaugural Distinction in the Arts Celebration on Monday, Nov.
If a picture is worth thousand words then reading is worth ten times more.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum and Opera of San Antonio, two high profile newcomers to San Antonio’s growing arts and culture universe, apparently will secure city funding for the coming year despite low grades from the City’s Department for Culture and Creative Development (DCCD) and an independent panel assembled to review and rate funding applicants.
So, why did we create a new website?
The Texas A&M University-San Antonio (TAMU-SA) opens the doors on the Educational & Cultural Arts Center tonight with “Contemporary Latino Art: El Corazón de San Antonio.”
Both Halloween and Día de los Muertos recognize a cultural fascination with life, death, afterlife, and the spiritually blurred lines between.
On Saturday morning, August 31, from 10:30 a.m. to noon, the Nolan Street underpass was the place to be.