Organizers of two community art projects will seek public input during May and June workshops at several locations citywide.
The All That Remains exhibition presents the work of the first graduating BFA class of the Southwest School of Art through May 20.
Before its upcoming production of the opera La Bohême, Opera San Antonio invited area students to write alternate endings for the tragedy.
A Historic Preservation Month Seminar will honor local WPA-era projects at the Stinson Municipal Airport terminal on Saturday, May 19.
An April letter from former dancers at Ballet San Antonio to its board of directors alleged a “culture of fear” and abusive behavior in the studio.
One lasting legacy from the Tricentennial will be a commemorative book, titled “300 Years of San Antonio & Bexar County,” to be published in June.
The new public sculpture by Jorge Marín is a gift from the citizens of Mexico to the citizens of San Antonio in honor of the city’s Tricentennial.
Spurs forward Pau Gasol on Tuesday spoke with the Rivard Report about his lifelong love of music and his support for the San Antonio Symphony.
Tía Chuck, the one-hour portrait of artist Chuck Ramirez by San Antonio filmmakers Angela and Mark Walley, premieres Saturday.
The May 1 Day of Reflection kicked off Tricentennial Commemorative Week in Main Plaza, with faith leaders from 23 different relgious and spiritual groups.