The Tricentennial fall season includes events at the Mexican Cultural Institute, Luminaria, a new City Fest, and military and service initiatives.
Bexar County arts fans and supporters voted to award a $15,000 Artist Foundation People’s Choice grant to performing artist Nathan Felix.
San Antonio can remember its past, celebrate its people, and lead into a better future by making the Tricentennial about women and women’s empowerment.
Clouds and a cold front didn’t stop abundant crowds from attending the 10th annual Luminaria contemporary arts festival Friday night. Luminaria was back at Hemisfair for the first time since 2013.
After years at other venues, Luminaria contemporary arts festival returns Friday, Nov. 10 to a renovated Hemisfair Park to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
Locally based Kaliff Insurance is known as the country’s oldest insurance and risk management company for the outdoor amusement industry.
Luminaria’s partnership with Southtown the Arts District created the pretext for connecting with two Spanish muralists currently on their “Survibe” tour.
This year’s main event at Hemisfair will take place on Nov. 10, with additional special, ticketed events throughout the Nov. 9-11 weekend.
Attendees experienced breathtaking performances at all locations, discovered new artwork in many forms, and watched artists activate public spaces by sharing their original work, explaining their passions, and expressing local and personal histories.
Hundreds of people convened at the Hays Street Bridge on the Eastside amid multi-colored lights, art work, aerial dancers, and poets for the beginning of Luminaria, San Antonio’s contemporary multi-arts festival.