McNay Art Museum

HearSA
1:57 pm
Thu December 6, 2012

What is Chicano?

Carlos Fuentes Jackson

Carlos Francisco Jackson, professor of chicana/o studies at the University of California-Davis, and George Vargas, professor of art history at Texas A & M University-Kingsville, discussed the meaning of the term "Chicano" in 2012. Ricardo Romo, President, The University of Texas at San Antonio, moderated the conversation.

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The Newsmaker Hour
4:15 pm
Thu November 15, 2012

Valdez and America's Finest on the Newsmaker

Vincent Valdez

Vincent Valdez has been called one of San Antonio’s great young artists.  He was , at 24, the youngest artist to have a solo exhibition at the McNay Art Museum.  On The Newsmaker Hour, we walk through his newest exhibit, America’s Finest.  We also talk to two filmmakers, Angela and Mark Walley of Walley Films, as they discuss their work documenting San Antonio artists.  They recently completed their short documentary on Valdez’ work.  Finally we will hear Valdez in lecture, walking an audience at the McNay through his career.

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HearSA
12:35 pm
Mon October 29, 2012

Art and Commerce: Painting in 16th-Century Antwerp with John Hand

Jan Gossaert, Portrait of Anna de Bergh, Marquise de Veere (detail), ca. 1530. Oil on panel. Collection of the McNay Art Museum, Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Frederic G. Oppenheimer.

Sunday, October 28th 6:30pm at the McNay Art Museum. John Hand, Curator of Northern Renaissance Paintings for the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC discusses the golden age of Netherlandish painting during the 16th-century boom in trade, finance, and textiles that made Antwerp the cultural capital of the Northern Renaissance.

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hearSA
8:41 am
Thu October 4, 2012

Vincent Valdez at the McNay Art Museum

Vincent Valdez

Artist Vincent Valdez discusses the motivations, processes, and stories behind works of art in his solo exhibition.

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Fronteras Desk
1:25 pm
Fri September 28, 2012

From Joe Arpaio to Nuevo Laredo, and everything in between

Blanca Velázquez has operated a mini mart for 19 years in a Nuevo Laredo neighborhood that received street paving thanks to a NADBANK-funded public works project.
Hernán Rozemberg Fronteras

Joe Arpaio has been sheriff of Maricopa County for two decades and is once again up for re-election; U.S. and Mexico address basic infrastructure needs in the border region with NADBANK; a study on voter ID laws reveals how voting rule changes may deter millions of Hispanic voters; and a new exhibit at the McNay Museum displays contemporary prints by Latino artists.

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