Written by Rudy Arispe on Aug 12 2016 - 10:30am
After moving to San Antonio two years ago, Latvian native Natalia Sun became fascinated with Mexican culture and traditions, among them Dia de los Muertos, which was the inspiration behind her photographic work, “Mystical Brides.” The photograph is a celebration of the Mexican holiday with an unexpected mix of fashion through bridal couture and exquisite hairstyles, as well as an illustration of the three brides’ faces that Sun painted as "sugar skulls" as the haunting trio stands in the foreground of a mystical forest.
Written by MBAW on Aug 4 2016 - 9:28am
What defines the soul of a city? Its people. Musical Bridges Around the World not only brings the world to San Antonio, but in the upcoming exhibition, ¡Puro San Antonio!, we showcase the global heritage within our emerging metropolis.
Written by SAYSi_SA on Aug 17 2015 - 5:06pm
For their 2015 FOTOSEPTIEMBRE USA Exhibition, SAY Sí, San Antonio’s premier creative youth-development organization, will explore the fundamentals of “perspective” as a personal and technical process. Focusing on architecture and architectural elements, middle and high school student-artists will be challenged to personally connect with non-human subjects and use pinhole or panorama photography to characterize this connection.
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Aug 12 2012 - 2:23pm
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Written by swschool on Aug 27 2010 - 4:29pm
 Join us for a public reception to celebrate the opening of the following exhibitions at the Southwest School of Art & Craft:EXHIBITION | Sept 23 – Nov 28Kent Rush: In Choate and Sublime
Written by Jennifer Herrera on Aug 20 2010 - 1:54am