The new and improved Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum reopened its doors to celebrate both its renovations and an a array of new exhibits.
On Wednesday, June 20, Suzanne Weaver assumed her new position as the Brown Family curator of modern and contemporary art at the San Antonio Museum of Art.
A policeman twirls his baton like a cheerleader.
Walking into the Linda Pace Foundation’s Space gallery this week felt like walking through a snow globe filled with giant confetti.
Kelly O’Connor’s show, Hypnotic Void, will be on exhibit April 22 through May 28 at the David Shelton Gallery in Houston.
At the top of the hour, near the Blue Star Arts Complex, visitors may hear a cosmic, cartoonish boing reverberating from the copper PA horn mounted to the building’s exterior.
Patricia Pratchett, a former USAA executive, and Bettie Ward, a visual artist and arts advocate, served together on the 2006 Cultural Arts Collaborative for San Antonio’s Office of Cultural Arts.
Writer Bryce Milligan made a blood oath in his backyard to buy Wings Press in 1994. Its founder, Joanie Whitebird, had agreed to let him have the press for $100 with the condition that he keep it going.
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For those lacking imagination about how artists can make a living from their work, check out the artists featured in the Southwest School of Art’s (SSA) upcoming panel discussion, “How to Be a Working Artist: Promising Paths.”
Stuart Allen, Jennifer Ling Datchuk, Jack McGilvray and Chris Sauter will share their experiences as working artists in a discussion moderated by SSA President Paula Owen, on Tuesday, Oct.