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.
The eighth installment of Luminaria, San Antonio’s contemporary multi-arts festival, will light up the city’s Eastside Nov. 9-12.
Wuxi artists, from San Antonio’s sister city in China, will present their works, speak with students in the city’s art programs, and interact with fellow artists during Luminaria.
Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) will deliver the keynote speech for the Sister Cities International conference this Wednesday.
What started as a simple art project soon grew into Open Studio Night, an all-school event at SAISD’s Advanced Learning Academy.
More than 50 artists, community members, and media professionals gathered at the Eastside’s Little Carver Center to preview this year’s Luminaria, San Antonio’s local, iconic multi-arts festival.
From November 9-13, the historic Eastside will play host to Luminaria, San Antonio’s contemporary multi-arts festival.
Luminaria, San Antonio’s contemporary arts festival, is now accepting submissions from individuals, galleries, collectives, or other creative organizations for installations that will be considered for the upcoming festival.