Tuesday, January 28
10 a.m. Exhibit: “Diego Rivera in San Antonio”
The San Antonio Museum of Art (200 W. Jones St.) presents a special exhibit featuring work from renowned Chicano artist Diego Rivera. The exhibit contains nine small pieces including prints and oil paintings portraying indigenous Mexican lifestyles. Admission is $5-$10. For more information, visit samuseum.org.
Wednesday, January 29
10 a.m. Exhibit: “Constructing the Stage: Artists from the Theatre Collection”
The McNay Art Museum (6000 N. New Braunfels Ave.) brings the works of artists Timothy O’Brien, Ralph Koltai, Adrianne Lobel and Tony Straiges in the exhibit “Constructing the Stage: Artists from the Theatre Collection.” The exhibit focuses on stage production pieces from the 1970s and 80s. Admission ranges from $10-$15. For more information, visit mcnayart.org.
Thursday, January 30
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Exhibit: “Art in the Garden”
The San Antonio Botanical Gardens (555 Funston Pl.) presents a unique exhibit featuring artwork from the Chicago International, Mid-South Alliance and the Texas Sculpture Group. The installation combines outdoor sculptures with the scenery of the botanical gardens. Admission ranges from $7-$10. For more information, visit sabot.org.
Thursday, January 30
7:30 p.m. Film: “The Goonies Quote-A-Long”
The Alamo Drafthouse at Park North (N.W. Loop 410) presents a special screening of the 1980s hit, “The Goonies” with a quote-a-long for die-hard fans. The cult classic bought the likes of Corey Feldman and Sean Astin to fame back in the golden age of the 80s. Admission is $12. For more information, visitdrafthouse.com.
Friday, January 31
8 p.m. Theatre: “Suds”
The Cameo Theatre (1123 E. Commerce) presents a 1960s influenced musical titled “Suds.” Starring Jovi Gonzalez and Jonathan Pennington, this pop-eccentric musical recounts the story of one girl’s mission to find love — but here’s the catch, all of the action takes place in a laundromat. Admission ranges from $15-$35. For more information, visit cameocenter.com.
Saturday, February 1
The Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum (116 Blue Star) presents a special digital media piece from artist Thomas Isaac titled “Stardance.” The short video takes sequences from various mediums to raise the question of how humans perceive time and reality. Admission ranges from $3-$5. For more information, visitbluestarart.org.