For artist Crystal Tamez, the Peace and Remembrance mural signifies a point in her life when she made the choice to follow her own path.
San Anto Cultural Arts and the Bubble Bath Car Wash held a community paint day for a new mural.
A youth coordinator shares his experiences of helping children paint a mural on the wall of the church that fed him when he was homeless.
A new mural planned for a car wash on North Fredericksburg Road is a product of inviting community members from the area to contribute ideas.
Ethel Minor, Ella Austin, Ruth Jones McClendon, Mayor Ivy Taylor, Artemisia Bowden, and Myra Davis Hemmings are all important figures for the Eastside community in San Antonio.
Pablo Miguel Martínez, a San Antonio native poet and essayist, has been named the new executive director of the San Anto Cultural Arts Board of Directors.
Maybe it was the spacious theater or maybe it was a slightly smaller crowd thanks to the Spurs game, but last night’s 14th installment of PechaKucha San Antonio at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center felt more comfortable, less crowded and, in spite of the relentless humidity, far less stifling than the last.
On Saturday morning, August 31, from 10:30 a.m. to noon, the Nolan Street underpass was the place to be.
Tom Trevino: The Bike It!