The Department of Arts & Culture has unveiled ¡Adelante San Antonio!, a mural by local artist duo Dos Mestizx, in the new Consolidated Rental Car Facility.
After 21 years of service to the City of San Antonio, Department for Culture & Creative Development (DCCD) Director Felix Padrón will step down from his position on Thursday, March 31.
It’s hard to imagine San Antonio’s front door as the shadowy lower level of the San Antonio International Airport (SAT), teeming with cigarette and exhaust fumes, but that’s what greets almost everyone who arrives by plane.
VIA Metropolitan Transit is looking for local artists to add some life and creative energy to its transit centers and local bus stops.
Editor’s Note: Artist Jon Isherwood was commissioned by Public Art San Antonio (PASA), a division of the City of San Antonio’s Department for Culture & Creative Development, to create an original piece of public art for the 2012-2017 Bond Panther Springs Park Project.
While local artist Jennifer Khoshbin cleaned the large, steel panels of her first installation on Friday, her 9-year-old daughter, Ruby, let tiny handfuls of dirt slip through her fingers nearby.
The Encino branch of the San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) is rethinking the role of the traditional library in 21st century lives.
Angel Rodriguez-Diaz only recently completed an important commission—a 7,000-pound, 30-foot-tall, cut steel structure titled “Crossroads of Enlightenment”—for Public Art San Antonio, erected on the corner of Blanco and Basse Road.
More than 20,000 people are expected to celebrate and decorate Houston Street during Artpace San Antonio’s 10th annual Chalk It Up festival Saturday, Oct.
From canvas to underpass, bristles to hacksaw, pencils to wheat paste, miniscule to monumental, sterile structures are coming alive all over San Antonio with just a little “enhancement.”
These public works of art are often so large you couldn’t ignore them if you wanted to and the public is consequently expected to look at, enjoy and reflect.