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A model of Picasso's stage design for the ballet Pulcinella inside the larger physical recreation of the same design.
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The McNay Art Museum’s new exhibit, "Picasso to Hockney: Modern Art on Stage," explores all mediums of theatre art, from set design to music composition to on-stage performance. The extensive collection of late San Antonio arts philanthropist Robert Tobin made the exhibition possible. 

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 Local museums can provide an unforgettable experience for families and visitors year-round.


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The McNay Art Museum’s new landscape master plan aims to make the property feel less like an exclusive, elite institution and more like an inclusive, accessible public park -- an approach embraced by museum director Richard Aste.


Matt Buikema

Spend an evening at the Pearl relishing a special South Texas sound, tour a new McNay exhibit exploring the Mexican Revolution, and boot-scoot your way across an authentic Texas dance hall. It’s the weekend, and there’s plenty for you to do.   


Nicki Lucio in her "Hello World" exhibit at the McNay Art Museum.
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This summer marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, when members of the queer community in New York City clashed with cops in protest of anti-gay raids and police brutality. In commemoration of the anniversary, San Antonio’s McNay Art Museum is featuring works that explore gender identity. 

The exhibit is open until Sept. 15. Ticket information can be found here.


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Escape this weekend's summer heat and dust by appreciating a new take on chamber music, take a stroll through pop culture history or welcome an ambitious new orchestra.

 

Scott Ordway

A new stage production takes a look at humans’ natural instinct to move, specifically, the way people migrate across borders as immigrants and refugees.

Composer Scott Ordway blended chamber music with scenic design and created The Clearing and the Forest.

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The is weekend here, and music events are planned throughout the city.


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Updated Feb. 8

A look back at African American art of the last 100 years will soon open at the McNay Art Museum’s Jane and Arthur Stieren Center for Exhibitions. Curator Rene Barilleaux says the reason the exhibit is so big is that it's not just one collection.


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From whale-gazing to jazz to Tango music, a fun weekend is ahead in San Antonio. 


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