By a unanimous vote Thursday, City Council approved the Department of Arts and Culture’s new Cul-TÚ-Art funding guidelines.
After a months-long process, San Antonio has received its official designation as an official “Music Friendly Community” from the Texas Music Office.
Nine individual artists and two organizations have received a total of $87,000 from San Antonio’s two arts funding regranting agencies.
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.
A Tricentennial exhibition of art and poetry is a trove of San Antonio history, a complex panorama of immigration, neighborhoods, architecture, and cultures interlacing the region’s 10,000-year period of inhabitation.
Does the creative class have to learn how to say “no,” or does the business class have to learn how to say “yes?”
The Department of Arts & Culture has unveiled ¡Adelante San Antonio!, a mural by local artist duo Dos Mestizx, in the new Consolidated Rental Car Facility.
The San Antonio Symphony currently ranks 55th in terms of national orchestra budgets, says conductor Sebastian Lang-Lessing. Whether recent outpourings of community support can give the struggling Symphony the sustainable future it needs remains an open question.
The “San Antonio T” is a new public art garden proposed for the downtown River Walk.
Leaders in San Antonio’s arts community say the City’s plan for new policies and processes for funding arts nonprofit organizations is moving too quickly.