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Written by pinojo on Apr 26, 2011
Mike Addkison has lived all over Texas and attended high school in Boerne. Mike went to UTSA and majored in architecture, but took a variety of classes including art and environmental science. While in college, Mike volunteered at Artpace and helped many of the resident artists with their installations.
Written by Susana on Apr 19, 2011
While Texas lawmakers consider anti-bullying bills this session, San Antonio parents are gathering to learn more about the practice that can make children miserable and traumatized.
Written by pinojo on Apr 18, 2011
David Rubin arrived in San Antonio by way of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Crescent City. Rubin joined the San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA) in 2006 as the Brown Foundation Curator of Contemporary Art and has been responsible for the permanent collection, exhibitions and programming in contemporary art at the museum. One of the programs that have been very successful is the ongoing Artist Conversation Series. 
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Apr 13, 2011
This month Say Si, a nonprofit year-round youth arts organization, celebrates the coming of spring with their 14th annual Yard Art Sale. Middle and high school students created the art meant to be displayed outdoors. During this years event Ashley Sanchez, Say Si's visual art instructor, opened the gallery doors to a long line of art lovers looking for a chance to purchase some of the student-made art. Although many of the larger pieces have been sold, the exhibit will be open for public viewing from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday, through the end of April.
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Apr 12, 2011
As part of its Connect A Million Minds campaign, Time Warner Cable invited students from Jusdon ISD's Henry Metzger Middle School to learn more about the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) in their everyday applications. "It's important that (the students) be exposed at this age, and we wish to expand it to our elementary schools" said Judson ISD Superintendent William Mackey.