A new public scultpure, “Árbol de la Vida” by Margarita Cabrera, was unveiled Thursday evening on the Mission Reach.
The completion of the first phase of the $54 million Lackland Corridor Gateway Project was dedicated in a Wednesday evening ceremony.
The proposed project explores the relationship between art and community and functions as a vehicle to connect locals and tourists to public art.
After local artists presented a new piece for the San Pedro Creek Culture Park, county commissioners said they were concerned about its design.
In this week’s The Denominator, we look at SA’s public art, super-fast internet, campaign finance, the family separation crisis, and more.
Six July “¿que pasa, PASA?” public meetings invite San Antonians to weigh in on public art throughout the city.
The Urban-15 performance troupe celebrated the summer solstice with a dance in a public art installation at the airport parking lot.
Flowing with renewed purpose, the San Pedro Creek Culture Park invites the people of San Antonio to reconnect with a place of historical and cultural significance.
The “San Antonio T” is a new public art garden proposed for the downtown River Walk.
San Antonio artist Cruz Ortiz’s Dream Song Tower is being installed at the “gateway to the Southside,” at the intersection of I-35 and Zarzamora Street.