May 21, 2013
The inherent versatility of Southwest Winds enables it to perform a wide variety of music, from Mozart and Beethoven to contemporary jazz, popular music, marches and patriotic favorites.
Suitable for all ages....More
May 23, 2013
John Fraser, artist, and Lyle Williams, Curator, Prints and Drawings, discuss connections between Fraser’s works on paper in the McNay’s collection and the interwoven ...More
May 24-May 25, 2013
Come shake things up with entertainment by your local H.U.G. M.E. Ink performers!
May 26, 2013
The USAF Band of the West presents Gateway Brass in concert. This Memorial Day tribute will inform San Antonio Botanical Garden visitors of the significance of this national ...More
May 26, 2013
THIRD COAST RHYTHM PROJECT celebrates National Tap Dance Day presenting their 11th Annual Concert Performance "TAPPED IN." Hosted by San Antonio's own RPM Youth ...More
May 26, 2013
From Denmark to Russia and from Spain to Venice, four films celebrate international festivals in the McNay’s Fiesta, Fête Film Fest. Free with museum admission. Some ...More
May 26, 2013
Experience Vik Muniz’s curious photographs, made with powdered pigments, chocolate syrup, and marinara sauce. Create your own food-based compositions with photographer Mari ...More
May 30, 2013
Experience the Witte Museum after hours, an evening exclusively for adults (21 and older) that mixes cocktails, conversation and innovative museum cultural programming.
|GET REEL Film: The Swimmer|
From private backyard swimming pools in the affluent suburbs to a crowded public pool, Ned Merrill (Burt Lancaster) swims his way home. On the way he re-visits his past, encountering love, power, despair, and ruin. Based on a short story by John Cheever. USA. 1968. English, 95 min., color. Not rated.
|McNay Art Museum||05/30/13||San Antonio|
|Shakespeare in the Park: A Midsummer Night's Dream|
About the show
|Fiesta, Fête Film: Dangerous Beauty|
From Denmark to Russia and from Spain to Venice, four films celebrate international festivals in the McNay’s Fiesta, Fête Film Fest. Free with museum admission. Some films may not be appropriate for all audiences.
1:00 pm Tour of Fiesta, Fête, Festival
|McNay Art Museum||06/02/13||San Antonio|
|Members-only Preview and Reception: Norman Rockwell: Behind the Camera|
Join the McNay for a special preview of summer exhibition Normal Rockwell: Behind the Camera, a landmark exhibition exploring in depth Rockwell’s richly detailed study photographs, commissioned by the artist as references for his iconic paintings. Organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum, this presentation reveals a rarely seen yet fundamental aspect of Rockwell’s creative process, and unveils a significant new body of Rockwell imagery in an unexpected medium through over 250...
|McNay Art Museum||06/04/13||San Antonio|
|Exhibition: Fiesta, Fête, Festival|
Fiesta, Fête, Festival moves from San Antonio to Seville, Venice, Versailles, St. Petersburg, and other cities to celebrate some of the world’s great festivals. Scene and costume designs from the Tobin Collection reveal that San Antonio’s own Fiesta—from NIOSA and Charreada to the Coronation of the Queen of the Order of the Alamo and Cornyation—belongs to a rich tradition of popular and court celebrations.
*Display Image: Eugene Berman, Costume...
|McNay Art Museum||01/16/13-|
|Exhibition Performance: Rockwell Sings America|
Celebrate a bygone era with food, cocktails, music, and the spirit of Norman Rockwell. In conjunction with the Broadway Reach Community Weekend, sing along to American favorites with Allegro Stage Company directed by Tim Hedgepeth and Tom Masinter.
Cocktails available at cash bar. Broadway Reach institutions offer special programs June 6–9. Visit www.broadwayreach.org for schedule of events and more information.
|McNay Art Museum||06/06/13-|
|Broadway Reach Community Weekend|
This summer, the Broadway Reach invites San Antonio residents and visitors to discover what our organizations have to offer with the Broadway Reach Community Weekend, June 6–9. This four-day celebration allows visitors to explore cultural and entertainment offerings with family-friendly programs on art, history, nature, and more. A discounted joint ticket is available for purchase beginning June 1. Visit all venues to get your Broadway Reach passport stamped and enter a raffle to win...
|Textile Bookmaking Workshop - 3 Day|
The International Surface Design Association presents: Interface 2013 Post Conference 3-Day Workshop with Naomi S. Adams.
|Surface Design Association||06/10/13-|
|Art in the Dark|
Over the past two years Art in the Dark has grown into one of San Antonio’s most unique art events. This year The Witte is the Presenting Sponsor and has donated the museum for the evening. Marise McDermott, CEO/President of The Witte is the Honorary Chair.
|San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind||06/13/13||San Antonio|
|Summer Teacher Institute: Every Object Tells a Story|
Just as authors tell tales with words, artists use materials to describe scenes, characters, actions, and conversations. This summer, experience three days of storytelling, art making, and careful visual investigation. Look to works of art and consider the stories we know, the stories we learn, and the stories we imagine.
Teachers earn 18 hours of continuing professional education credit for attending all three days. Fee (includes lunch on Thursday and museum admission all three...
|McNay Art Museum||06/11/13-|
|Ronnie Laws & Tom Browne Band|
• Two great funk and jazz icons Ronnie Laws and Tom Browne perform before the Carver audience!
|Carver Community Cultural Center||06/15/13||San Antonio|
|2013 Annual SAFILM - San Antonio Film Festival|
SAFILM is a non-profit organization that appreciates the assistance of everyone in the film community and beyond. Thanks to the devoted support of our friends for helping to bring top quality cinema to the Alamo City for the past 19 years.
|SAFILM - San Antonio Film Festival||06/17/13-|
|Dinosaurs Unearthed: Bigger. Better. Feathered... |
Dinosaurs are back at the Witte ? and this time they are bigger, better and more feathered than ever!
|Exhibition: Majority Rules: A Decade of Contemporary Art Acquisitions|
Supporting acquisition of contemporary art for the McNay Art Museum is a vital part of the mission of the McNay Contemporary Collectors Forum (MCCF). Since 2003, MCCF has purchased one or two works of art for the McNay’s collection at the group’s annual fall View & Vote. To date, MCCF has acquired 12 contemporary works in various media. Previous acquisitions include works by John Miller (2003), Ed Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz (2004), John Fraser (2005), Susie Rosmarin...
|McNay Art Museum||01/23/13-|