Culture Commons hosts The Status of Women in San Antonio. Inspired by the 2019 report, “The Status of Women in San Antonio”, this art exhibition examines issues ranging from domestic violence to equal pay. The Status of Women in San Antonio runs through Friday, November 18th at Culture Commons in the Plaza de Armas building.
The City of San Antonio World Heritage Office and the San Antonio Food Bank host the 2022 Farmers and Artisans Market every first and third Saturday. The market offers fitness classes, local vendors, nutrition education sessions, and more. The Farmers and Artisans Market is every first and third Saturday at the Mission Marquee Plaza from 10am to 2.
The San Antonio AIDS Foundation provides services to help people prevent the spread of HIV and help those affected by HIV and AIDS to live longer, healthier lives. They provide a full range of services such as testing, education, meal programs, and community-based care services.
Inner City Development is a nonprofit, community-based organization that responds to emergency, educational, and recreational needs of the inner Westside neighborhood of San Antonio. They provide a food pantry, clothing closet, and an after-school program for students in the 2nd grade through 5th.
The San Antonio Art League and Museum presents Seasons Change by Sylvia Benitez. This exhibit features paintings of fields, forests, mountains, and lakes inspired by Texas landscapes. Seasons Change runs through November 4th at the San Antonio Art League and Museum located at 130 King William Street.
Saint Peter Saint Joseph Children’s Home, better known as Saint PJ’s, is a social service agency. Saint PJ’s mission is to be a safe and loving refuge for children in crisis and to accompany them on their journey to healing and wholeness, breaking the cycle of abuse and neglect one child at a time.
The African American Quilt Circle of San Antonio presents “These Ain’t Yo Big Mama’s Quilts”, an exhibition displaying history, culture, and community. Founded in 2017, The African American Quilt Circle of San Antonio promotes the culture and traditions of African American Quilting. “These Ain’t Yo Big Mama’s Quilts” runs through Tuesday, December 6th at the Carver Community Cultural Center. Additional information is on the web at K S Y M (dot) org
The Fiber Artists of San Antonio celebrate Fifty Years of Fiber Art with their 50th Anniversary Exhibition. Fiber Artists showcase fiber art inspired by pop culture from each decade since the 1970’s. The 50th Anniversary Exhibition runs through Friday, December 9th, at the Kelso Art Center on the University of the Incarnate Word campus. More information on Fiber Artists of San Antonio is online at K S Y M (dot) org