Alli Villines’s grandmother prophesied at her birth that she would be a singer, a divine foretelling that has proven true.
In my first brief conversation with San Antonio-based artist Jose Villalobos regarding his 2018 Luminaria artwork, La Carga de Tradición, the artist was incorporating dance-based performance with wearable sculpture.
Like so many artists, Matthew Bourbon holds an array of roles in the field.
Manalo’s family immigrated to the United States from the Philippines when he was nineteen, sparking what would become one of the major driving questions - what does ‘home’ mean?
If you saw Innominate by Afsaneh Aayani at Catastrophic Theatre, you might think you know who Aayani is. You would be right and wrong at the same time.
“My work starts with a character,” says San Antonio artist Sarah Fox.
It can be argued that wrestling is a form of theater, with its dramatic storylines, thrilling choreography, and powerful characters.
“There are many Black people who feel like art is not their space…it’s been really great to have shows where people come who might not typically engage with the art. Where they can be seen in a special way.”
The idea of migration has been with Flores Ansell all her life. “I am evidence of a migration.”
Harrison Guy is Houston’s renaissance man, working in many streams of creativity, activism and influence.
Lina Dib is a collector. Objects, affects, memories, and sounds; one may be stored in a cabinet, another on a hard drive.
Artist Matt Clark, painter, professor, collaborator, and entrepreneur thinks art makers “sharpen that trait over time…