Hi-Tones, a no-frills bar on the St. Mary’s Strip known more for DJ nights and rock, will host performances by classical music artists Saturday night.
Artpace is “focusing all non-residency exhibition programming to female and female-identifying artists in 2020.” “Visibilities: Intrepid Women of Artpace” opens Thursday.
San Antonio’s eighth annual DreamWeek ideas summit kicks off Friday and runs through Jan. 26 this year with a record 225 activities and events.
While many eyes will be on the national presidential race, there are at least seven other races that also are expected to grab attention.
The Public Theatre SA’s “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” allows its audiences to experience the world through the autism spectrum.
Cooper Greenberg’s band Favorite Son will perform Willie Nelson’s “Red Headed Stranger” album in its entirety Friday night at The Lonesome Rose.
Performer Azul Barrientos will play a world music-themed Noche Azul concert Dec. 21 at the Esperanza Center.
Beginning Friday, Dec. 13, artist Joe Harjo will offer up a new solo exhibition at Sala Diaz called “The Only Certain Way.”
The PechaKucha speakers series’ final program of 2019 is back at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday, Dec. 11.
Tommy Thompson uses sign language while he runs to honor his parents, Ollie and Georgia Thompson, both of whom were deaf.