Replay the webcast of Living in My Skin: A Faithful Conversation on Anti-racism, presented by San Antonio Faith-Based Initiative at Whitley Theological Center, 284 Oblate Drive. This webcast ws sponsored in part by the peaceCENTER, enabling anyone to replay the video for free, right here on this page. Watch the complete video, or scroll down to read comments from the participants.
Written by Maria Gardner on Mar 15 2018 - 9:07pm
To celebrate the sacred spring, the “blue hole” that is the source of the San Antonio River, a local non profit partnered with a group of passionate professional artists to organize “Art of the Sacred Texas Springs,” a month-long exhibit at the Kelso Art Center on the University of Incarnate Word campus. The exhibit which runs from March 9 to April 8, 2018, was organized by Headwaters at Incarnate Word and features 38 artists and more than 60 pieces, including photography, sculpture and painting.
Written by Cary Clack on Mar 23 2016 - 11:30am
In my house is a painting of one artist’s depiction of Jesus, which I bought years ago on the South Side. I give it extra attention during Holy Week and the celebration of Easter, a special day that is on a different date each year and is commercially symbolized by a giant rabbit carrying a basket of brightly colored hard-boiled eggs it hides from children. It’s a beautiful painting that’s sparked conversations and comments from people who’ve seen it because the Jesus in the painting is black. He looks like the late, great singer-songwriter Nickolas Ashford.
Written by Rudy Arispe on Jul 14 2014 - 10:11am
After being given a project assignment in her art class at San Antonio College, Diana Martinez was walking through a party goods store when she spotted boxes of multi-colored, plastic cutlery. “Having an interior design background, I tend to see beauty in ordinary things,” she said. “I was drawn to their translucency.”