!slideshow_deploy!5th Anniversary Season

Welcome to SAArts!

We're continuing to bring you the very best of what San Antonio has to offer in 2015. Let us know if you've got an event coming up that we can add to our listings!


art-icon special-event literary-icon dance-icon



Latest News

A Classical Profile: Tenor Tim Birt

Timothy Birt, Lyric Tenor Timothy Birt, tenor, hails from San Antonio, Texas. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance from Texas State University in 2001. The Houston Chronicle praised him for his Depiction Nadir in Les Pecheurs de pearls citing: “In a production full of vocal highlights Birt’s romantic aria Je crois entendre core…


Lyn Belisle tells her journey as an Artist in SAWoman Magazine

It’s a busy First Friday in Southtown, with people milling around, visiting galleries and restaurants. On this particular night I have come to see the new paintings by Lyn Belisle shown at La Vida Gallery, a colorful little place on the northern edge of the artsy district. Collectively titled 30 Shades of Twilight, her 30 small…


UTSA Lyric Opera scores big with HMS Pinafore

I ventured out of my layer this nice cool evening to see UTSA Lyric Opera’s new production of the old standard, Gilbert & Sullivan’s HMS Pinafore, at the Buena Vista Theatre, dowtown UTSA.  One of the most famous of all G & S operettas, the music is a trunk full of clever melodies and very…


Call to Artists: X Marks the Art

CALL FOR ARTISTS: Public Art San Antonio (PASA), is working with local artist Cruz Ortiz to recruit a team of local artists and designers to create installations for “Cut and Paste,” a downtown storefront exhibition organized by the City of San Antonio’s Department for Culture and Creative Development (formerly the Office of Cultural Affairs). CUT AND PASTE will be on display beginning this fall and throughout…

Screen Shot 2015-02-18 at 3.08.12 PM

Woodlawn Theatre Marquee Lighting Ceremony

Woodlawn Theatre is excited to announce that for the first time in over 40 years, new life will be buzzing on their marquee facing Fredericksburg Rd. When the theatre was first built in 1946, an array of beautiful neon lights graced the front of the building in true Hollywood fashion, casting a lively glow across Fredericksburg…

Upcoming Events