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.
San Antonio book lovers looking for arts and culture will find rich offerings this Saturday, April 7 at the sixth annual San Antonio Book Festival.
In a Wednesday e-mail to the Southwest School of Art community, President Paula Owen wrote the school will likely not receive accreditation until 2020.
The San Antonio Book Festival and more than 90 authors arrive at the Central Library and Southwest School of Art on Saturday, April 7.
Three hundred local artists have come together to collectively create a portrait of San Antonio’s evolution from its Spanish colonial origins through today.
For October’s Museum Month, membership in one of 11 local cultural institutions will be good for free or reduced admission at other institutions.
Each artist will be assigned a particular year of San Antonio’s history on which to reflect the development of their work.