Watch This, Do That Math Activities
Become a walkSTEM Explorer and discover the science, technology, engineering, art, and math around you! These free math games are appropriate for K-12th grade students and are organized by theme to interest any child. talkSTEM is constantly adding new games to play, too! Each game will challenge you to write, draw, sketch, plan, estimate, solve, […]
Making its Texas Debut, this outdoor sculpture exhibition created by American artists Jennifer and Kevin Box, captures the delicate nature of the origami paper art form in museum-quality metals. The exhibition opens to the public September 19, 2020 – May 9, 2021. Please note that visitors should make a reservation online for the San Antonio […]
Please Form a Straight Line
Please Form A Straight Line is a timely, diverse, and innovative group exhibition exploring themes of collectivity, the municipal, property, architecture, and the control and regulation of bodies. These themes intersect where they prompt viewers to consider how society, physically and existentially, is designed. Featuring the work of artists Jamal Cyrus, Maggie Evans, Benjamin S […]
Theresa Newsome: Objects of Aggression
This solo exhibition features a recent and ongoing body of work by Theresa Newsome entitled Objects. The photographs reflect on the murder of unarmed black men in the United States, either by police brutality or unchecked racism. Newsome questions how the worth of these objects and the alleged offenses of the victims, equate to the […]
Sanctuary City Project
Sanctuary City Project is a project of artists Sergio De La Torre and Chris Treggiari that engages communities to generate conversations around the history and policies of immigration in the US. Artists De La Torre and Treggiari invite the San Antonio community to reflect on their ideas, personal experiences, and histories with migration with call […]
A Relationship with Flight
Ryan Takaba’s installation A Relationship with Flight at BSC expands on his investigations from his Berlin Residency at Künstlerhaus Bethanien and his ongoing research on death rite rituals. The private altar consists of three elements – fresh flowers, the burning of incense, and the lighting of candles, the materials of which are utilized in this […]
The San Antonio Botanical Garden is excited to announce its newest exhibition, OrigamiintheGarden², on display September 19, 2020 – May 1, 2021. Making its Texas debut, this incredible outdoor sculpture exhibition created by Santa Fe artists, Jennifer and Kevin Box, captures the delicate nature of the origami paper art form in museum quality metals. Displayed […]
The Machine Inside: Biomechanics
Take a “nuts and bolts” look at the natural world at the Witte Museum’s first traveling exhibition of the year. The Machine Inside: Biomechanics, explores animals and plants as machines built for survival, complete with pumps, pipes, levers, motors, springs and intelligence gathering devices. The exhibition includes outstanding bilingual content that provides safe interactive engagement […]
No Ocean Between Us: Art of Asian Diasporas in Latin America & The Caribbean, 1945–Present
No Ocean Between Us: Art of Asian Diasporas in Latin America & The Caribbean, 1945–Present features approximately 65 works of modern and contemporary art by Latin American and Caribbean artists of Asian descent. This exhibition highlights artists whose work reflects the global dialogues between their Asian heritages and their Latin American or Caribbean identities, as […]
Limitless! Five Women Reshape Contemporary Art
Limitless! Five Women Reshape Contemporary Art features the artwork of individuals who create without boundaries. The exhibition offers trailblazing installations in different mediums by artists Martine Gutierrez, Letitia Huckaby, Yayoi Kusama, Sandy Skoglund, and Jennifer Steinkamp. The exhibition is a visual delight for all ages, inviting you to think outside the box…where the possibilities are truly […]
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