The confluence of several visual art exhibitions gives perspective to a range of issues such as immigration, women’s rights, and transgender equality.
San Antonio’s complicated family history will be on display at the San Antonio Museum of Art, in a survey of the art of Mexico covering 100 years of the “viceregal” era.
After a months-long process, San Antonio has received its official designation as an official “Music Friendly Community” from the Texas Music Office.
After a sudden cancellation, a play about a 1913 racially charged murder trial will be performed at The Public Theater later this month.
Two exhibitions of art by African-American artists, from family collections, open at the McNay Art Museum on Thursday.
Former President George W. Bush’s exhibition “Portraits of Courage” will open July 21 and run through September 30.
The San Antonio Book Festival will return for its sixth edition on April 7, 10-5 p.m. at the Central Library, as will the live storytelling series, The Moth.
The Witte has scheduled a press conference Tuesday at which it is expected to announce that an exhibition of veterans portraits painted by former President George W. Bush will come to SA this summer.
Leaders of smaller San Antonio nonprofit arts organizations have expressed concern that too much attention and money have gone to the Symphony, potentially at their expense.
‘Coco’ author Diana López and Councilman Manny Pelaez (D8) visited the Magik Reader’s Theatre on Saturday to read children’s stories live onstage.