Posted on November 13, 2019 by Webmaster
The McNay Art Musem’s latest Artist Looking at Art (ALA) series features 14 intimate paintings from emerging artist, Thomas Stokes III. Stokes, 21, is a San Antonio-native and part-time Gallery Services Officer at the Museum. Primarily self-taught, Stoke’s work focuses on the human form and portraiture using acrylic on canvas.
Posted on November 05, 2019 by Webmaster
This fall, McNay visitors have a special opportunity to view Mary Cassatt’s Impressionist masterpiece The Cup of Tea in the Museum’s newest exhibition Mary Cassatt’s Women. Joined by the McNay’s own rare suite of Cassatt’s well-known aquatints as well as other works on paper, The Cup of Tea is on loan exclusively to the McNay from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York for three months.
Posted on October 08, 2019 by Webmaster
Picasso to Hockney: Modern Art on Stage explores how visual artists designed for performance, challenged conventional theatre practices, and often redefined their own work in the process.
Posted on September 25, 2019 by Webmaster
Fifteen museums and cultural institutions across San Antonio have joined together to celebrate art, history, and culture in the Alamo City with the launch of the third annual San Antonio Museum Month on October 1.
Posted on September 16, 2019 by Webmaster
This Fall, McNay Art Museum spotlights the art of dance with rarely seen artworks and designs from visual artists not traditionally associated with the stage in its latest exhibition, Painting for Performance. This exhibition offers a diverse selection of artworks and theatre designs spanning half a century, created by five European and American artists: Georges Rouault, Paul Jenkins, Terry Winters, David Salle, and Jeff Koons.
Posted on September 09, 2019 by Webmaster
As a part of the current exhibition Transamerica/n: Gender, Identity, Appearance Today, the McNay Art Museum invites the San Antonio community to attend a distinguished lecture with transgender author, activist, and teacher Jennifer Finney Boylan. Boylan was an advisor to the television series Transparent, and a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times.