A dream awakened: Ruby City opens to the public on Sunday with three exhibitions drawn from the Linda Pace collection.
“La Revolución Mexicana: 100 Years Later” at the McNay Art Museum centers on 18 linoleum block prints by celebrated Mexican printmaker Artemio Rodriguez.
It might still be unbearably hot this weekend, but that doesn’t stop San Antonio from enjoying live entertainment or local art.
The McNay Art Museum announced a $6.25 million landscaping plan to open its grounds to the community.
The McNay exhibition, which closes Sunday, showcases a collection of almost 20 drawings from celebrated Native American artist Silver Horn (1860-1940).
Opening June 20, the McNay’s “Andy Warhol: Portraits” and “Transamerica/n: Gender, Identity, Appearance Today” present art across the identity spectrum.
The McNay Art Museum invites San Antonians to a free Thursday information session on its upcoming “Transamerica/n” exhibition.
The SOLI Chamber Ensemble’s Sunday performance of “The Clearing and the Forest” references experiences of border-crossing refugees and immigrants.
An exhibition at the McNay Art Museum places classic American cars alongside artwork, showing the spirit of creativity and ingenuity of the postwar period.
Opportunities abound for artists, with several open calls and auditions at venues including Luminaria, MacNay Art Museum, and the San Antonio airport.