The Rivard Report is seeking a skilled photojournalist for a part-time position in a fast-paced, growing startup environment.
Hundreds of students, artists, professional photographers, and individuals interested in the craft of photography packed into Brick at Blue Star Arts Complex to network with one another, listen to distinguished panelists, and exchange photo prints during the inaugural 4×5 Photo Fest.
In conjunction with FotoSeptiembre USA, REM Gallery is currently exhibiting a 46-year retrospective of photography by UTSA Professor Kent Rush, who lived in San Antonio from 1976-79, when he set up the printmaking program at the now defunct San Antonio Art Institute, and then moved here permanently in 1982 to begin his current teaching position.
Although the lobby is likely the most visited space in any office building, it is generally not a destination in itself.
The new San Antonio Center for Visual Arts, a fine arts training facility, will open on Saturday with programs that will provide a multitude of opportunities for workforce development on the Westside.
From now until Dec.
Four young “cholas” looking tough in East Los Angeles.
Cuatro cholas jóvenes con expresión severa en el este de Los Ángeles.
The San Antonio Film Commission’s proposed strategic plan, which City Council will vote on next month, was unveiled to nearly 100 members of the film community and general public Thursday night at the Guadalupe Theater.