Dance all weekend at the 38th Tejano Conjunto Festival, which continues Friday through Sunday at Rosedale Park, with more than 25 bands performing.
High schooler Ciara Casarez has won this year’s Tejano Conjunto Festival poster contest, a first in the festival’s 38-year history.
The Macias family has made quality bajo sextos in their workshop on the Southwest Side since 1925.
Juan and Armando Tejeda will release a new CD of Chicano roots music on Saturday, Nov. 17 at the Guadalupe Theater.
Free Día de los Muertos celebrations run Oct. 27-Nov. 2 at multiple locations throughout San Antonio.
Conjunto 300: Celebrating San Antonio’s Conjunto Tradition, a free event for all ages, runs 5-11 p.m. Saturday in Maverick Plaza.
The Westside Development Corp. honored Socorro “Choco” Meza, Janie Barrera, Florentino “Tino” Duran, and the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.
“The Other Side of the Alamo: Art Against the Myth” exhibition at the Guadalupe considers San Antonio’s most famous symbol from alternate viewpoints.
Contemporary Art Month kicked off March 2 at Blue Star Contemporary, and features hundreds of artists from Texas and abroad at venues throughout the city.
A burgeoning local scene means an abundance of exhibitions and events. The official CAM calendar lists many, complete with locations, times and other details.
Three hundred local artists have come together to collectively create a portrait of San Antonio’s evolution from its Spanish colonial origins through today.