As a paleontologist and the Witte Museum’s Curator of Paleontology and Geology, Thomas Adams sees his job as being something of an interpreter.
Art can seem disconnected from daily occurences, but sometimes, events conspire to illuminate the deeper currents underlying our day-to-day lives.
Randi Zuckerberg will share her unique perspective on how technology can be integrated into children’s lives in a way that allows them to thrive.
Staff at The DoSeum anticipated that its millionth guest would walk through the children museum’s doors on Monday – so they prepared a surprise reception for the unsuspecting family in the lobby that afternoon.
Since opening in 1992, Barney Smith’s Toilet Seat Museum has drawn visitors from all 50 states and more than 80 foreign countries.
The DoSeum’s Summer of Tech initiative aims to empower children ages 11 and younger with the fundamentals of computer science skills.
This edition of 31 hand-painted color plates in George Catlin’s “North American Indian Portfolio” is one of only three known sets still in existence.
First published in 1844, the hand-colored prints provide one of the purest glimpses into the lives and customs of Native Americans.
The budget problems at the San Antonio Museum of Art were caused by unexpected capital expenditures, according to Museum Director Katie Luber.
Two forthcoming exhibitions perfectly underscore the different missions of their host institutions, which both bear “art” in their names.