By Jason Gil “Stories Seldom Told” is an annual Say Sí event where student artists explore topics in need of the telling, in need of being unpacked, in a creative manner. “Every year, all of our student leaders will get together and have informal conversations about what they feel isn’t addressed in their everyday lives,” said Stephen Guzman, Communications Director, at Say Sí. “Each studio has a lead liaison (student leader) that provides feedback and informs programming, and one of their tasks is to come up with the theme for Stories Seldom Told.”
Written by Jason Gil on May 24 2018 - 9:14pm
Written by SAYSi_SA on Feb 4 2014 - 3:18pm
SAY Sí is seeking interns for the spring of 2014! They are on the lookout for bright, proactive college students to join our nonprofit team for a semester-long unpaid internship. These opportunities include the following: Administrative Internship: offers extensive experience in nonprofit management, arts education, arts administration, gallery/curatorial work and much more. ‘ Visual Arts Internship: offers experience in program management, art instruction, studio maintenance and gallery curation.
Written by Kris_Serold on Feb 4 2014 - 3:13pm
SAY Sí is currently accepting submissions for its 4th Annual Young Playwright’s Festival, Wings to Fly. The ALAS Youth Theatre Company will select and produce an evening of short plays written by emerging young writers from the San Antonio area. The selected scripts will culminate into a weekend-long festival where local audiences will enjoy a diverse collection of new works written by San Antonio’s next generation of playwrights.
Written by Kris_Serold on Nov 12 2013 - 12:12pm
A national philanthropic organization rated San Antonio's SAY Sí arts organization one of the eight best after-school programs in the country.
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Apr 13 2011 - 12:11pm
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.