The festival will feature nationally recognized authors as well as local figures who have literally shaped San Antonio’s landscape.
Lilly Gonzalez succeeds founding executive director Katy Flato, who is assuming the role of chairman of the festival’s nine-member board.
We need to build a better San Antonio if we want to join the ranks of cities that focus on the people who live and work there instead of cars.
The festival will bring together civically engaged citizens to connect and imagine our shared future.
Several concurrent art exhibitions around San Antonio focus on indigenous, Native American, Mexican, Latino and Chicano themes.
The Rivard Report on Wednesday announced the lineup for San Antonio CityFest, a first-ever event to celebrate ideas that accelerate progressive change in the city.
Edith McAllister, one of the greatest philanthropists and cultural leaders in San Antonio’s history, died Sunday at age 100 after suffering a fall in late May.
The All That Remains exhibition presents the work of the first graduating BFA class of the Southwest School of Art through May 20.
People of all ages braved unusually cold, blustery spring weather to attend the 6th annual San Antonio Book Festival on Saturday, in and around the Central Library and Southwest School of Art.
The Southwest School of Art’s inaugural class of 11 students graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in late April will obtain degrees from a non-accredited school.