Hundreds of students, artists, professional photographers, and individuals interested in the craft of photography packed into Brick at Blue Star Arts Complex to network with one another, listen to distinguished panelists, and exchange photo prints during the inaugural 4×5 Photo Fest.
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After heavy rains canceled Saturday’s event, revelers packed La Villita Historic Arts Village for day two of the Día de los Muertos celebration, Muertos Fest.
Child Advocates San Antonio (CASA) has helped almost 1,900 abused and neglected children navigate through the child protective service system in the past year with the help of 571 court-appointed mentors called “Advocates.”
Chalk-stained hands were commonplace downtown this Saturday as kids, parents, and artists spread vibrant colors across Houston Street during Artpace’s Chalk It Up, a free festival of contemporary art.
San Antonio’s own Charreada is the kind of event that makes our city unique, something San Antonio has that can’t be found in other major cities north of the border.
Sometimes you hear the kind of sound that just clicks, the kind of tune that just won’t get out of your head.
Josh Huskin is one of the top photographers in San Antonio, part of the new generation photographing everyone from legendary musician Augie Meyers to the 16th U.S Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Julián Castro.
Maybe it was the spacious theater or maybe it was a slightly smaller crowd thanks to the Spurs game, but last night’s 14th installment of PechaKucha San Antonio at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center felt more comfortable, less crowded and, in spite of the relentless humidity, far less stifling than the last.