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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Luminaria Cancels Some Outdoor Events Due to Severe Weather Possibility

Posted By on Wed, Oct 21, 2015 at 1:26 PM

A mural by Mexican muralist Miguel Mejia (aka Neuzz) . - COURTESY
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  • A mural by Mexican muralist Miguel Mejia (aka Neuzz) .

Rain or shine, Luminaria 2015 is going down.

The festival, which is Friday and Saturday, is being held in and around the San Antonio Museum of Art. However, if the National Weather Service is correct, it's going to rain cats and dogs this weekend.

Luckily, there are plenty of indoor events that will continue as planned, but outdoor installations and performances will be canceled should it rain, which is a bummer.

“We are so proud to provide artists with a platform for creating new works. Unfortunately, we can’t control the weather, but we are dedicated to showcasing these innovative new works by our participating artists,” Kathy Armstrong, Luminaria executive director, said in a press release.

Luminaria organizers are working to create future program featuring artists who may not be able to participate this weekend because of the expected inclement weather.

Check Luminaria's website for updates.

Update: The following Luminaria events have been cancelled or postponed. 

Aesthetic of Waste
A’lante Flamenco
Artpace Teen Council
Buttercup with Chris Sauter
Debora Kuetzpal Vasquez, Bianca Sapet,
and Zombie Bazaar Panza Fusion
Gregg Barrios and Gemini Ink
John Hernandez
Jonathan Sims
Jump-Start Performance Co.
Marmon Mok
Oui Dance Performance
Rattletree performance
Richard Edson
San Antonio Film Festival
San Antonio Jazz Ensemble
Sam Lerma
Sarah and Victor Pagona
Seme Jatib
Stuart Allen

Luncheon with Margarita Cabrera
Oui Danse Master Class
Rattletree Workshop

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