Opening Young Eyes to “Spain: 500 Years of Spanish Paintings” at the San Antonio Museum of Art

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My daughter, G.N., was worried about being bored at the San Antonio Museum of Art. We were on our way to see Spain: 500 Years of Spanish Paintings from the Museums of Madrid, at the museum through September 16, 2018.… Continue Reading

Tips for Taking Your Family to the McNay Art Museum to See “Immersed: Local to Global Art Sensations”

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The definition of immerse is “to plunge into something that surrounds or covers.” That is a good description of  Immersed: Local to Global Art Sensations, the new exhibit at the McNay Art Museum. Each room by a different artist is… Continue Reading

“Predators vs. Prey” at the Witte Museum Focuses on Dinosaurs in Texas

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“Predators vs. Prey: Dinosaurs in the Land Before Texas” is at the Witte Museum through September 3, 2018. Consistent with the Witte Museum’s mission of presenting the deep history of Texas, the dinosaurs featured in the exhibit once inhabited the… Continue Reading

San Antonio Youth Code Jam Will Get Your Kids Excited About Computer Science

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San Antonio Youth Code Jam holds an annual community-wide jam to introduce children and teens ages 7–17 to the wonders of computer programming. I registered my kids for the event on Saturday, September 16, 2017 at Education Service Center Region 20. We all had fun, and… Continue Reading

Kids learn the meaning of giving at "A Christmas Carol" at the Playhouse San Antonio

“A Christmas Carol”, at the Playhouse San Antonio through December 21, 2015, is an opportunity for you and your kids to learn about the meaning of giving during the Christmas season, and to experience live theater at its best. For months, I… Continue Reading

F.T. and friends review "Swan Lake" with Ballet San Antonio and San Antonio Symphony

On Sunday afternoon, I went to Ballet San Antonio‘s Swan Lake with my son, F.T., age 8, and daughter, G.N., age 5. We received our tickets for free and were able to give away a set of tickets over social… Continue Reading

Jorge Marín's "Alas de la Ciudad" – "Wings of the City" at the San Antonio Botanical Garden

Wings of the City – Alas de la Ciudad by Jorge Marín is an exhibit of eight monumental bronze sculptures that recently arrived at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. I encourage art lovers of all ages to visit these classically beautiful and… Continue Reading