This is a past event.

First Friday Highlights

“How Handsomely You Dwell” (6-9pm Thu-Fri, Terminal 136, 136 Blue Star): Comprised of assemblages built from objects found in thrift shops and garage sales, UTSA grad student Alyssa Danna’s MFA thesis exhibition reflects the artist’s aim to “beautify in a subversively complex way.” “Retro Pro” (6-11pm Fri, R Gallery, 725 S. Presa St.): R Gallery’s latest combines a retrospective of artists who exhibited at The Peep Hole Art Gallery between 1996 and 2002 with a selection of progressive new works. The First Friday reception features live music from New Orleans-based DiNola and SA’s own Twenty Dollar Temple. “Tactile Memory” (6-9pm Thu-Fri, Hello Studio, 1420 S. Alamo St., Suite 106): In her exhibition “Tactile Memory,” Casey Galloway (co-owner of Wool Tree Yarn and interim fiber coordinator at the Southwest School of Art) brings together the processes of papermaking, weaving, crocheting, dyeing and embroidery to examine “lost memories and internal change.”

Venue Details

Nearby

  • or

Newsletters

Join SA Current Newsletters

Subscribe now to get the latest news delivered right to your inbox.

Magical moments from Taco Fest 2022 in San Antonio's Travis Park

San Antonians love their tacos, and they also love their tunes. That much was apparent at Taco Fest: Music Y Más, held Saturday…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Magical moments from Taco Fest 2022 in San Antonio's Travis Park
227 slides

All the fun-loving folks we saw at Taco Fest, San Antonio's taco-fueled music festival

The third installment of Taco Fest: Music Y Más spiced up Travis Park on Saturday with a mix of music, food and…

By San Antonio Current Staff

All the fun-loving folks we saw at Taco Fest, San Antonio's taco-fueled music festival
292 slides

Everything we saw as hundreds took to San Antonio's streets for the Bans Off Our Bodies rally

Hundreds of San Antonians descended on Main Plaza Saturday as part of a nationwide protest against the likelihood the U.S. Supreme Court…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Everything we saw as hundreds took to San Antonio's streets for the Bans Off Our Bodies rally
189 slides

A retired AT&T exec is selling his $3.8 million Olmos Park estate with an Olympic-sized pool

Retired AT&T executive Willam E. Dreyer and his wife Linda have listed their Olmos Park home for nearly $3.8 million. Tucked at…

By San Antonio Current Staff

A retired AT&T exec is selling his $3.8 million Olmos Park estate with an Olympic-sized pool
36 slides