Join The Battered Women and Children’s Shelter along with Mayor Ron Nirenberg and author Gwendolen Wilder on Thursday, May 3rd at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio for a luncheon celebrating strength and resiliency of women and mothers. Article Author: The Battered Women and Children’s Shelter
If you’ve never heard chamber music performed as it was intended to be experienced in the “chambers” of palaces, estates and villas, then you’ve not had the pleasure of true chamber music. The intimacy of the venues, the closeness of the performing Artists and the delightful company of like-minded music lovers make for a truly memorable afternoon.
Every year, the country’s best chefs join together with one goal in mind: end childhood hunger in America by supporting No Kid Hungry Dinners presented by Citi. In more than a dozen cities across the nation, guests enjoy a one-of-a-kind dining experience curated by each city’s premier culinary talent and participate in unique food, travel and lifestyle auctions – all while raising funds for No Kid Hungry, Share Our Strength’s campaign to end childhood hunger in America.
In San Antonio, we are proud to be hosted for the second time by Chef John Brand at Hotel Emma. In addition to delicious food and find
Lawndale Artist Studio Program awards artists with dynamic support to evolve their creative practice and make new work for an exhibition in the spring.
The Art Center of Corpus Christi hosted its annual Independents Show artist reception Wednesday, March 7. The exhibition is an extremely diverse collection, comprised of all mediums and subject matters. The works will be on display in the Meadows Gallery through March 30.
Our April 8th Soirée Specials Concert is almost here to finish out our sixth soirée season of intimate and exclusive performances.
STEPHANIE is joined by her colleague in the Argenta Trio, the esteemed pianist JAMES WINN, along with horn virtuoso DeAunn Davis in a program where a Mozart Horn Concerto and the Horn Trio in E-flat bookend American masterpieces by Lukas Foss and John Harbison. It’s a stunning and unique program that you won’t want to miss.
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Mark your calendars for the 25th Annual Genesis Luncheon on Friday, May 11! We are thrilled to host Academy Award-winning actress Hilary Swank as keynote speaker.
THANK YOU so much to everyone who attended our record-breaking Doorways of Hope Luncheon last week, we’re still reeling from the excitement! It was a sold out crowd. We are so appreciative of our Alpha Home Alumnae and Elizabeth Vargas for personally sharing their struggles with addiction and all of our attendees who came to hear their inspiring messages. Because of you, we surpassed our… Read more »
THEY, WHO SOUND
Presented in collaboration with Nameless Sound
Experimental sound making, improvised music, noises, the sounding of art, and the performance of art and…
Join us as we kick off the Farmers Market at the Cibolo 2018 Season! In addition to a great roster of vendors, we will have Live Music, Kids Crafts, New Member Giveaways,Garden Tours and Tips and Historic House Tours.
Brew on the Bayou is less than 2 weeks away! After the set-back that was Harvey we are so excited to finally host our 20th Anniversary event on Saturday March 10th from 4 – 8 pm. We are finalizing event details and organizing a host of volunteers to help run Brew – and the more we talk about it the more we realize… Read more »
Award-winning poet Martín Espada will hold readings and book signings at Texas State
Spring break is just around the corner. Immerse the young writer in your house in a camp with poetry, prose, and creative self-expression at The Writer’s Garret!
This week-long day camp for kids 8-12 includes poetry with Fatima-Ayan Malika Hirsi, Dallas’s typewriter-wielding sidewalk poet, and zine-making led by poet and maker extraordinaire Lisa Huffaker. Over the five day camp, attendees create their own zine while learning creative writing, collaging, printmaking, and bookbinding.
In fiction, everything is seen through the eyes of a character, which makes characterization one of the most important elements of fiction.
Exhibitions Opening: January 18, 2018 Opening Reception Thursday, January 18, 2018 6 – 8 PM Between Love & Madness: Mexican Comic Art from the 1970s Organized by Christopher Sperandio in collaboration with students from Practical Curation, Rice University January 18 – March 25, 2018 O’Quinn Gallery Entre el amor y la locura: Arte del cómic mejicano de los 1970 Organizado por Christopher Sperandio en… Read more »