San Antonio ISD administrators partnered with working artists to bring 36 new art programs to 29 campuses this school year.
The bard-bot is on view at Artpace, a whimsical way to observe National Poetry Month. A Saturday panel discussion will feature its creators and local poets.
The creative arts nonprofit that has been serving economically disadvantaged youth for more than two decades has put its home on South Alamo Street up for sale.
The 40th edition of CineFestival runs July 5-8 at the Guadalupe Theater, presenting 56 films, many with Texas and local ties.
By a unanimous vote Thursday, City Council approved the Department of Arts and Culture’s new Cul-TÚ-Art funding guidelines.
Leaders in San Antonio’s arts community say the City’s plan for new policies and processes for funding arts nonprofit organizations is moving too quickly.
A list of Día de los Muertos events around San Antonio in the coming week, featuring artist’s altars and community celebrations.
During the school year, SAY Sí, a nationally recognized organization that provides after school arts programming, enrolls 150 students from across the city.
For the children whose lives are changed through the services of the YMCA, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the many other out-of-school-time agencies in San Antonio, there is no question as to the value of these services.
Father and son were reunited after their worst fears were realized: the threat of deportation for a son who believed he was protected by DACA.