Resurgence, an exhibit by artists documenting social changes from within their home studios. Their new realities serve as an artistic marker to identify the past, the present and eventually, a Post-Pandemic Art World. Resurgence is on display at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, open Tuesdays through Thursdays from 12pm to 5pm. More information is online at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center website.
The San Antonio Art League and Museum presents A League of Women. This exhibit features women “Artists of the Year” and winners of the coveted Onderdonk purchase prize over the past 70 years. A League of Women runs through Saturday, August 14th at the San Antonio Art League and Museum. More information on this exhibit is on the San Antonio Art League and Museum website.
The 27th annual San Antonio Film Festival highlights films from around the world while nurturing, fostering, and developing filmmakers of all ages. The Festival provides opportunities to share ideas through networking. The San Antonio Film Festival runs Thursday, August 5th through Sunday, August 8th at The Radius Center in downtown San Antonio. Tickets and more information at SAFilm.com
The San Antonio Public Library hosts Radio Goes to War! World War 2 was the first war in history to receive almost continuous coverage on radio. This one-hour presentation examines sound clips from news broadcasts, presidential speeches, entertainment shows, and more! Radio Goes to War is Friday July 30th from 3pm to 4, online. More information and registration is on the San Antonio Public Library website.
The City of San Antonio presents Movies by Moonlight, as Part of Downtown Tuesdays. Every Tuesday in July, Travis Park highlights a different movie. This family friendly event also features food trucks and activities for kids. Movies by Moonlight starts at 7pm every Tuesday at Travis Park, movies begin after sundown. A full list of movies is the City of San Antonio website.
The Esperanza Peace and Justice Center hosts a film screening of The Present. A husband and his daughter set out in the West Bank to buy his wife an anniversary gift. Between soldiers, segregated roads and checkpoints, how easy would it be to go shopping? This screening is Wednesday, July 28th at 7:30pm at the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center. More information is on the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center website.
The San Antonio Museum of Art presents America’s Impressionism: Echoes of a Revolution. This exhibit brings more than sixty works together to show the evolution of American Impressionism from its European origins. America’s Impressionism: Echoes of a Revolution runs through Sunday, September 5th at the San Antonio Museum of Art. More information is on the San Antonio Museum of Art website.
The San Antonio Film Festival serves as a platform for cinema artists and provides cinematic culture to a diverse audience. S A FILM is currently accepting entries for the 2022 San Antonio Film Festival. The regular deadline for entries is Friday, October 29th. More information and rules for entry are online at SAFilm.com
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