San Antonio Museum of Art

Adam Rodriguez

A fascinating gallery opening, an artful movie and Buddy Guy. There's a lot to do this weekend; this is just a snapshot. First off tonight--a photographer with a curiously titled exhibition.

"Miles per hour" Adam Rodriguez laughed. He and Jim Glasscock did something really unusual last year.

"He and I decided to ride our bikes from the Canadian Border in Montana, back to Rock Springs, where he's from."

courtesy San Antonio Museum of Art

From a great exhibit to the musical roots of the Texas cowboy, there's lots going on this weekend.

The San Antonio Museum of Art is showing a free movie on Friday night that has, in the years since its release,  gained cult status.  Given the exploding reputation of the Movie’s producers, its reputation has grown with time. 

"I think that now it's a classic. We can say it's a cult movie for sure."

SAMA's Emily Dujour is talking about a movie that helped give Jeff Bridges cult status: The Big Lebowski. It's apparent from the first scene that you're watching a Coen Brothers movie.

Daniela Riojas

Something different is happening this weekend at a San Antonio Museum of Art Exhibition. First, SAMA's Katie Luber talks about the exhibition itself -- it's called 28 Chinese

"That features works by 28 contemporary Chinese artists working today," she said.

The expansive exhibition has a huge variety of art.

Jack Morgan

There’s a new kind of tour happening at the San Antonio Museum of Art. We went by SAMA to find out more.

“That’s correct. We have our tours for the visually impaired.”

SAMA’s Lindsey Smith explains the tours.

“And they’re offered at 10 o’ clock the first Saturday of every month, where visitors are invited on a sensory experience of works of art in the museum’s collection.”

How can they appreciate art in a museum without being able to see it?

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