Written by Marisela Barrera on Sep 12 2016 - 9:25pm
Harvey Mireles stood in a Westside bakery, staring at the pan dulce, when the name for his new initiative, a nonprofit focused on the art of printmaking, hit him faster than a whiff of a fresh concha. “This is a panedería,” he thought. “Why can't there be a printería?”
Written by kaitlynncomer on Aug 31 2016 - 10:28pm
The Martinez Street Women’s Center, the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, and the San Anto Cultural Arts (SACA) completed a mural depicting and honoring local African American women and their inspiring contributions and lives while living in the East Side of San Antonio. 
Written by Clayton Price on Apr 16 2013 - 5:23pm
For Luminaria 2013, NOWCastSA broke with our webcasting tradition, and went out on foot, just as the sun was setting, in search of personal and unique perspectives on this night of arts and light. The result is a richly textured video that pulls you in with authentic personal stories then invites you to explore more by clicking to the artists' websites and related content.
Written by Heather DiMasi on Jul 28 2010 - 10:54am
San Anto Cultural Arts, in collaboration with Memorial Branch Library, is doing a mural dedicated to all the abuelitas, tias, mothers, and daughters of the West Side of San Antonio.If you have any photos or memories that you wish to contribute to this project, call (210) 226-7466 or e-mail cristina@sananto.org.
Written by San Anto Cultu… on Jul 27 2010 - 6:01pm
You have the opportunity to help San Anto Cultural Arts win $50,000 from Pepsi's Refresh Everything campaign, which is giving away $1.3 million a month to those individuals and organizations that get the most votes online. San Anto Cultural Arts has applied for a $50,000 grant that will go toward operational expenses. Two other San Antonio organizations were grant finalists in June: San Antonio College’s Phi Theta Kappa Food Pantry (for $5,000) and No Kill Animal Shelter (for $25,000).
Written by el placazo on May 4 2010 - 6:00pm
The Memorial Branch Library and San Anto Cultural Arts celebrates the women of the West Side with the creation of a mural to be displayed at Memorial Branch Library. In May and June, we will be collecting photos, stories and neighborhood history. Mural painting classes as well as oral histories and photo collections will be held and gathered every other Saturday, beginning May 29, free of charge. We will be looking for volunteers for painting.