10 Free Events Happening This Week

Tue 2/16

Rapid Image Artists

As a part of the Texas Draws IV exhibition, the Southwest School of Art is hosting an evening of rapid image presentations. Join each artist as they utilize a rapid fire style format presenting their artwork, process and inspirations as the images are viewed by the audience. Free, 6:30-8:30pm, Tue, Southwest School of Art, 300 Augusta, (210) 224-1848, swschool.org

Tue 2/16

Kreative Karaoke

Entertain your creative talents with Creative Creatures. Join a fun filled night with Kreative Karaoke. Free, 10-11:45pm, Tue, Limelight, 2718 N.St.Mary's, (210) 995- 7229thelimelightsa.com

Wed 2/17

The Bible Beyond the Bible: From Apocrypha to Anime

The 2016 Lennox Lecture Series at Trinity University continues with Professor Annette Yoshiko Reed presenting this year’s series, titled (Re)Inventing the Bible. Take a closer look at at how communities throughout history have created and recreated their bibles shifting the nature of authoritative texts, collections, and interpretations forcing us to reconsider what we mean when we talk about “The Bible.”  Free, 6-7pm, Wed, Stieren Theater, One Trinity Place, (210) 999-8461, trinity.edu

Wed 2/17

Julie Speed: Undertoad

Julie Speed's fiftieth solo exhibit will display her keen sense of the absurd as she ponders the the role of religion, sexuality, sin and guilt. Explore an array of contemporary paintings, collages and drawings. Free, 6-8pm, Wed, Ruiz-Healy Art,  201-A East Olmos Drive, (210) 804-2219, ruizhealyart.com

Thu 2/18

P.S. I Love You 

In this romantic tale of love after death a young widow (Hilary Swank) discovers that her late husband (Gerard Butler) has left her 10 messages intended to help ease her pain and start a new lease on life. Free, 7pm, Thu, Santikos Bijou, 4522 Fredericksburg Road, (210) 735-4552, santikos.com

Wed 2/17

J.T. Davis : Too Much Knowledge Can Kill You

The Twig welcomes author J.T. Davis in support of his second novel to his murder mystery series Too Much Knowledge Can Kill You. A retired physical therapist, Davis discovered a taste for local politics and a passion for writing reflected in his collection of literary works. Free, 6-8pm, Wed, The Twig Book Shop, 306 Pearl Pkwy, (210) 826- 6411thetwig.com

Sat 2/20

In/Outside: Portrait of a Woman

Portrait of a Woman is a one day exhibition featuring the works of an up and coming group of young female artists from San Antonio called The Wednesdays. Each artists use their personal experiences to construct a narrative of self-discovery and exploring the themes of mental illness, identity and empowerment. Free, 7:30pm-10pm Sat, Jerry's Artarama, 7059 San Pedro, (210) 732-481, facebook.com/in/outisde

Sat 2/20

Potions of the Caribbean

Enjoy the rhythms of Potions of the Caribbean with DJ Isaiah and Sonora. Free, 10pm-3am, Sat, Southtown 101, 101 Pereida, (210) 15-2756, facebook.com/BrukOutSA

Sat 2/20

Singing Strings 

Two spectacular musical talents come together for an unforgettable adventure on guitar and cello. Boris Andrianov and Dmitry Illarionov team up to present what many have claimed to be nothing short of electrifying. Free, 7:30pm, Sat, Motherhouse Chapel of the Incarnate Word, 4503 Broadway St., (210) 828-2224, musicalbridges.org

Sat 2/20

Fitness in the Park: Yoga Saturday

10 Free Events Happening This Week
Come exercise your mind, body, and soul. Yoga helps reduce anxiety, improve flexibility, relieve stress and improve respiratory functions. Bring the kids, and get your Yoga on! Free,1-2pm, Mission Library, 3134 Roosevelt Ave., (210)207-2704, mysapl.org

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