Six July “¿que pasa, PASA?” public meetings invite San Antonians to weigh in on public art throughout the city.
The City of San Antonio’s Department of Arts and Culture’s arts agency budget was unanimously approved by the San Antonio Arts Commission.
Various mementos of San Antonio history are now available at the official Tricentennial store, which opens its doors Friday at Centro de Artes.
By a unanimous vote Thursday, City Council approved the Department of Arts and Culture’s new Cul-TÚ-Art funding guidelines.
Leaders of smaller San Antonio nonprofit arts organizations have expressed concern that too much attention and money have gone to the Symphony, potentially at their expense.
While commemorative Tricentennial merchandise is already available for purchase online, the brick-and-mortar gear shop won’t open for at least several more weeks.
The “San Antonio T” is a new public art garden proposed for the downtown River Walk.
The City’s Arts & Culture department’s new five-year strategic plan, CulTÚArt, will focus on cultural equity to make the arts accessible to all San Antonians.
There’s a perfect storm of arts and culture on San Antonio’s horizon.
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.