What’s Happening: Week of the Dead

Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is an integral and important part of the rich historic culture here in San Antonio. With much of our community’s population with Mexican- and Indigenous-American roots, the city’s various annual celebrations provide an opportunity for San Antonians to express their regards for loved ones who have […]

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NESA Alumnae Creative Collection: Híjole SA

It’s no secret that San Antonio is brimming with home-grown talent. The students and alumnae from NESA (NEISD Northeast School of the Arts) are no exception. For years, students have had the opportunity to showcase their work at Studio 205 in the Upstairs Studios at Blue Star Arts Complex. Alumnae from the school have recently […]

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Trigger Warning: PUROSLAM

Trigger Warning: PUROSLAM (ˈpo͝orō-slam’) Entering the dimly lit basement of The Korova, one might draw a feeling that they have stumbled upon an underground club of sorts. The  crowd is tense, and the tenseness is punctuated with poets and critics alike warming themselves up mentally and physically for the sport that lies ahead. The sport […]

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Art Takes Flight with ‘LIFT’ at Artpace

Beyond the Gallery Walls: Art Takes Flight with ‘LIFT’ at Artpace Do you remember the last time you flew a kite? Artpace’s latest exhibit, titled “LIFT: An Exhibition of Kites,” will bring those memories soaring back. Kite-flying is a favorite past time for people in all walks of life, in every corner of the world. […]

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