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New Works by International Artists-In-Residence at Artpace

Artpace has unveiled their Fall 2017 International Artist-In-Residence installation – and it is truly an interactive experience. Artpace invites a guest curator to showcase the talents of three different artists for each residency, three times each year. The curator will select one international, one national, and one Texas artist to participate in the program, living and […]

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FEATURED, MUSIC

Dreamonoid’s HiFi: Not Your Average Stereo Shop

Ahead of contiguous sidewalks and usable public transportation, San Antonio is gaining another prerequisite of a first-world population center: a HiFi audio boutique. Sporting a striking, new, storefront-spanning mural, Dreamonoid’s HiFi occupies the lot at 1711 Guadalupe Street that was previously an arcade with the same name. Though the store has technically been running since […]

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ART, CULTURE, EVENTS

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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ART, EVENTS

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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ART, EVENTS

Photos of You: Chalk It Up 2017 Gallery

This years’ Chalk It Up didn’t fail to live up to its reputation as a singular spectacle. Both residents and tourists alike turned out in the thousands to see, puzzle over, and participate in the interactive community art event that takes over Houston Street each year. That the fine Saturday was neither marred by precarious precipitation […]

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