Presented by Atelier Talent Development at Carol Conway Theatre
A four month training program for film acting, consisting of scene study and on location filming.
Presented by Voices de la Luna at Zoom
Voices de la Luna, A Quarterly Literature & Arts Magazine, presents its first "Creativity & the Conciencia Nueva" a community quarterly writing series.
Presented by Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas at Roosevelt Park Clubhouse
Designed for ages 8-18, Picture Your World encourages a creative approach to digital photography. The program advocates a personal connection to nature and promotes environmental stewardship among youth.
Presented by Gemini Ink Writing Arts Center at Gemini Ink Writing Arts Center
Take this opportunity to work closely with award-winning author and screenplay pro William Sibley for some expert advice on what makes for unique dialogue that “sells” the writing for the reader—whether for a novel, play, film, or TV series.
Finally, a workshop for artists of all disciplines. Attendees will leave inspired with concrete ideas to take their art further.
This workshop will explore the paradox of writing the Ineffable: how to describe what is almost gone, the lost moment, extreme beauty, depth of fleeting feeling.
Presented by Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas at Government Canyon State Natural Area
Designed for youth ages 8-18, Picture Your World encourages a creative approach to digital photography. The program advocates a personal connection to nature and promotes environmental stewardship among youth.
Presented by Tobin Center for the Performing Arts at Tobin Center For The Performing Arts
Dr. Kara Cooney, professor of Egyptology, explores the reigns of powerful ancient queens to illuminate a time when women ruled the world.
Presented by Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas at McNay Art Museum
Join award-winning author Johnnie Bernhard as she demystifies the editing process for prose writers of all levels and unpacks the different types of editing you can take part in to unlock your truest voice and push your work to its highest level.
Presented by Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas at Bulverde Oaks Nature Preserve
This peer-driven workshop, held the last Monday of each month, is open to writers of all levels. Facilitated by Gemini Ink volunteers Dario Beniquez and Robert Allen.
Presented by San Antonio Botanical Garden at San Antonio Botanical Garden
Stop by the Outdoor CHEF Teaching Kitchen at the San Antonio Botanical Garden for a Pop-Up Culinary Demo. The local chef will showcase fresh seasonal produce and herbs in a delectable recipe.
Join the Botanical Garden for this DIY class inspired by orchids! Participants will learn about the history of vanilla and partake in crafting their own bottle of vanilla extract.
Presented by DASHI Sichuan Kitchen + Bar at DASHI Sichuan Kitchen + Bar
DASHI Dinner Series Presents - Chinese New Year, Enter the Tiger Join us for a signature DASHI feast with wine & cocktails pairings!
Presented by Witte Museum at Witte Museum
Students will exhibit their own artwork created in response to Black Cowboys: An American Story at the Robert J. and Helen C. Kleberg South Texas Heritage Center of the Witte Museum.
Presented by Melaneyes Media at Digital Event
Join us for an Online Screening of Walk on the River: A Black History of the Alamo City Feb. 17, 2022@7pm
Steering Committee Chair, Aaronetta Pierce, moderates a discussion on Black cowboys and the American West featuring Dr. Daina Ramey Berry, Professor and Chair of the History Department at UT-Austin, and co-curator, Ronald W. Davis II, PhD Candidate.
Presented by Witte Museum and San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum at Witte Museum
Join Deborah Omowale Jarmon, CEO/Director of SAAACAM, in conversation with Lola Kelly Wilcox Moore of the Wilcox Ranch and Rosalind Alexander-Kasparik of the Alexander Farm to discuss the restoration of Black ranches and farms in Texas.
Presented by San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum at The Espee Pavillon
The Keeshea Pratt Band, Soul Man Sam, Raa Raa Zydeco and Eddie and the Allniters ascend on the Pavillon stage for a party unlike no other. Join us at our premiere fundraising event for a hand-clapping, feet-stomping, body-dancing good time!
Presented by AABCD Dance Studio at Scottish Rite
AABCD Productions and NG Professional Co. present The Greatest Show a live dance performance of The Lion King and The Greatest Showman!
Presented by SUFDA at Tobin Center For The Performing Arts
Shen Yun Performing Arts: EXPERIENCE The Beauty of Ancient China Before Communism
Celebrating over 60 years of unparalleled artistry, Alvin Ailey® American Dance Theater never fails to remind us of the power of dance to bring people together.
Presented by Tobin Center for the Performing Arts at Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
In 1952, dancer and choreographer AMALIA HERNÁNDEZ founded the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico, having embarked at a very early age on a quest to preserve the dancing traditions of Mexico.
Presented by Blue Star Contemporary Art at Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum
Workshop for all ages
Presented by Southwest School of Art and Sala Diaz at Southwest School of Art
A celebration presenting the artworks from Southwest School of Arts and San Antonio art gallery Sala Diaz.
Minivan Fabulous Tour
at Centro de Artes
Did you know that one of four cowboys who went on the trail was Black?
Presented by Centro Cultural Aztlan at Centro Cultural Aztlan
Centro Cultural Aztlan Celebrates Mexican- American Heritage and the Intersections of Cultural Diversity with the 25th Annual Segundo de Febrero exhibit commemorating the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
Blue Star Contemporary presents a group exhibition exploring how fashion and adornment play a role in defining individual and cultural identities.
Presented by AnArte Gallery at AnArte Gallery
Samuel Wilson's Solo Exhibition "It's A Soft Life" at Anarte Gallery
Presented by San Antonio Museum of Art at San Antonio Museum of Art
"Nature, Power, and Maya Royals: Recent Discoveries" from the Site of Buenavista del Cayo is a collaboration between the San Antonio Museum of Art, the Belize Institute of Archaeology, and the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Presented by Tobin Center for the Performing Arts at Carlos Alvarez Studio Theater
From Ex-Con to Icon
Presented by San Antonio Black International Film Festival (SABIFF) at FilmFreeway.com
The San Antonio Black International Film Festival's SABIFF 2022 OPEN CALL begins on February 1st - ends on July 10th. Submit films on www.filmfreeway.com
Presented by The URBAN-15 Group at URBAN-15 Studios
URBAN-15’s Josiah Media Festival Awards Celebration Premieres February 5th!
Presented by Melaneyes Media at Online/Virtual Space
Join us for an online presentation analyzing and learning African Symbols to help better understand our history, values and traditions.
Presented by SAFILM - San Antonio Film Festival at TBD
Be part of the 2022 SAFILM-San Antonio Film Festival and take advantage of one of the most accessible and inclusive platforms for cinema artists in the seventh largest city in the U.S.
FREE COMMUNITY EVENT!
with Nizar Ibrahim
SAFILM showcases films from across the globe while nurturing, fostering and developing filmmakers of all ages.
Presented by Tobin Center for the Performing Arts at Tobin Center for the Performinfg Arts
Based on the Oscar-winning film starring Richard Gere, An Officer and a Gentleman is a breathtaking production that celebrates triumph over adversity and includes one of the most iconic and romantic endings ever portrayed on screen.
Presented by San Antonio Folk Dance Festival at Rolling Oaks Mall
Rolling Oaks Mall will be the venue host for the FREE showcase of folk dance performances for our 64th year festival. Celebrate diversity and culture with dance presentations, vendors, music and food at this free family friendly event.
Visit our Museum Market! It's your one-stop shop for unique finds from local artisans, makers, culinary artisans, and more. Admission to the market is free.
Presented by Esperanza Peace and Justice Center at MujerArtes Studio
Please join us for “Always y para Siempre,” a MujerArtes Sale, happening January 17th through February 14th! Saturday February 5will be the highlight of the exhibit!
Presented by SOLI Chamber Ensemble at San Antonio Botanical Garden
SOLI Chamber Ensemble’s next season concert on January 31 presents works by Canadians Jocelyn Morlock and Malcolm Forsyth, Americans Carlos Simon and Brian Bondari, and Mexicans Arturo Marquez and Gabriela Ortiz.
Explore how artists use line, shape, color, text, and glyphs to communicate ideas in art.
Presented by San Antonio Museum of Art at Online/Virtual Space
Join Dr. Lopita Nath as she presents book club participants with cultural context for the setting of The Henna Artist, using pieces from the Museum’s South Asian Collection.
Join our distinguished speakers for the 24th Annual Mays Symposium: Contemporary Perspectives on Native American Art.
Presented by Mexican American Civil Rights Institute at Streaming Online
Join social studies instructional coach Dr. Elizabeth Rivas and MACRI in collaboration with Education Service Center, Region 20 for a workshop on integrating Mexican American civil rights history into TEKS-aligned curriculum.
Presented by The Classic Theatre of San Antonio at San Antonio Botanical Garden
Our season of Theatre in the Rough outdoor productions continues! Come see Lucas Hnath's A Doll's House, Part 2 at the San Antonio Botanical Gardens.
Join social studies instructional coach Dr. Elizabeth Rivas and MACRI in collaboration with Education Service Center, Region 20 for a workshop on integrating Mexican American civil rights history into TEKS-aligned 7th-grade curriculum.
Our final production of our 14th season, come see George Bernard Shaw's Misalliance performed at the San Antonio Botanical Garden!
Presented by The DoSeum at The DoSeum
The DoSeum is proud to present “Uniquely Us: Understanding Race and Building Unity”, a community-designed, hands-on exhibition for learners of all ages.
Presented by American Indians in Texas at the Spanish Colonial Missions and San Antonio River Foundation and City of San Antonio Public Library at Confluence Park
Join Xelena González & Adriana Garcia in celebrating the release of WHERE WONDER GROWS, their newest picture book for all ages.
Grab your hard hat and put on your safety vest — the Building Buddies need your help!
Presented by First3Years at Online/Virtual Space
Baby Day, the only statewide celebration of babies and toddlers led by statewide nonprofit First3Years, will be hosting it’s fourth free annual event online from February 6-12, 2022.
Presented by Tobin Center for the Performing Arts at HEB Performance Hall
Coming to the Tobin
Presented by Southwest School of Art at Southwest School of Art
A two day event for everyone in San Antonio to enjoy, along with fun and creative activities provided by the Southwest School of Arts!
A childhood in East Africa gave Emmy Award-winning cinematographer Bob Poole a fierce curiosity about the natural world as well as an adventurous spirit.
Presented by Friends of Northside ISD Libraries at Brandeis High School
LibraryPalooza is a free author festival for teens
Presented by Artpace San Antonio at Artpace San Antonio
Luz at Midnight by Marisol Cortez was selected by Main Space artist Sabra Booth.
Presented by City of San Antonio. World Heritage Office at Mission Marquee Plaza
Purchase fresh produce and goods, and find unique handmade artisan items, all from local vendors.
Presented by Lost Austin Band at Gruene Hall
The Lost Austin Band makes its Gruene Hall debut with songs from Texas' golden era of singer/songwriters...and rocks the joint!
Presented by Heart of Texas Concert Band at Fellowship of San Antonio
Fun for the whole family! Aesop’s Fables and Tom Sawyer’s Saturday featuring J. Damian Gillen as Mark Twain Jose Noriega, Tuba Soloist
SOLI Chamber Ensemble presents Spectra, a concert of chamber music.
A brand-new immersive concert-style show that chronicles the amazing journey George Michael had with music and his fans, performing for one night only at The Tobin Center, performing in the H-E-B Performance Hall on Tuesday, February 1, 2022, at 7:30
Presented by CASA (Composers Alliance of San Antonio) and USAF Band of the West at University of the Incarnate Word - Diane Bennack Concert Hall
A music composition contest for San Antonio students, with awardees receiving mentoring from members of the Composers Alliance of San Antonio and a reading of their work by the Woodwind Quintet or Brass Quintet of the USAF Band of the West.
Clark achieved global impact following his first Grammy Award in 2014 winning Best Traditional R&B Performance for the track “Please Come Home” from his Warner Records debut album Blak And Blu, and seemingly never left the road.
Coming to The Tobin Center
Presented by Louis D. Brandeis Bronco Band Boosters at Louis D. Brandeis High School Auditorium
An entire day of Jazz by area middle and high schools
Presented by San Antonio Chamber Music Society at Temple Beth-El
Renowned classical guitarist Sharon Isbin, and soprano Jessica Rivera, join forces for a concert presented by the San Antonio Chamber Music Society, featuring musical themes drawn from Spanish and Latin American traditions.
Be our guest as an all-star quartet of Broadway and animated film icons celebrate all the Disney Princesses in an unforgettable evening of story, animation, and song, alongside their magical Music Director and enchanting Prince.
Presented by Youth Orchestras of San Antonio (YOSA) at The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
For Once In My Life
Take them for what they are, rather than judge them for what they’re not.
Presented by Camerata San Antonio at Diane Bennack Concert Hall at the University of the Incarnate Word
Chamber music for Clarinet, Piano and Strings
Music for strings and piano from England in a time of great change, the end of the Victorian era
Presented by Tobin Center for the Performing Arts at HEB Performance Hall
At The Tobin Center
Presented by Tobin Center for the Performinfg Arts at Tobin Center For The Performing Arts
“The Femuline Tour”
The Rock ‘N’ Roll Dream Tour
Tempest II Tour
Presented by OPERA San Antonio at Tobin Center For The Performing Arts
OPERA San Antonio presents Verdi's Rigoletto on May 5 & 7.
Presented by Youth Orchestras of San Antonio (YOSA) at Tobin Center For The Performing Arts
Enjoy a complete performance of Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade, an evocative journey through the tales of the Arabian Nights, featuring the remarkable young dancers of San Antonio Youth Ballet.
Presented by Tobin Center for the Performing Arts at Real Life Amphitheater
At the Real Life Amphitheater
2022 Spring Tour
Coming to the Tobin Center
50th Anniversary "American Pie" Tour
National Tour 2022
The Voice Of Romance Tour 2022
Flyover Country Tour
Presented by Katchie & Le Monde Caché at Jazz, TX
Katchie Cartwright's Brazilian Trio, featuring Marco Antonio Santos on guitar and Fabio Augustinis at the drums at Jazz, TX
Call for Entries for URBAN-15’s 2022 Mega Corazon “Precious Words” Prize for Performance Poetry
The 'Fresh Cuts' Tour
Good To See You 2022 Tour
Presented by The Magik Theatre at Magik Theatre
Adapted for the stage by Jerome Hairston Based on the books by Ezra Jack Keats Produced by special arrangement with Plays for New Audiences Recommended for ages 3+
Presented by The Company Theatre at Little Italy
The Dinnerbox Series continues – presenting live dinner theatre comedies in your favorite local restaurants
Hello Again Tour
God, dressed in a floral power suit, comes down to set the record straight and expound on everything from Noah's Ark to Star Wars and answer humankind's most asked questions in a hilarious and unforgettable night of comedy!
Presented by Big Laugh Comedy - San Antonio at The Rock Box
They who laugh, lasts! Let's build longevity. Nimesh Patel is the right person for that job. This funny mfer is coming straight out of New York City to bring his hilarious jokes to you. He's a rising star known for his witty comedy.
Touch Me Tour Tour
Eddie Griffin coming to the Tobin Center
Verdi's Rigoletto has often been called the greatest of all operas.
Teachers Only Comedy Tour
Presented by San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum at San Antonio African American Community Archive Museum
Join us for 100 minutes of Black History on the beautiful San Antonio River. Our engaging tour guides will take you on a thought-provoking mental journey through time. Learn about the impact of African Americans in the center core of San Antonio.
Snow Shadows, currently on view at Artpace in Main Space.
Blue Star Contemporary is pleased to bring Detroit-based Black Art Library to Texas for the first time.
Artist Talk with Sabra Booth in conjunction with Main Space Exhibit, Snow Shadows.
Presented by Contemporary Art Month at Arthouse
"Color Studies in Sunday Morning Jazz" is on view at Arthouse at Blue Star from March 3rd to March 27th, and on First Friday (March 4th) there will be an opening reception.
It’s everything you know and love about Blue Man Group!