The Paisano

UTSA Alumnus Michael Esparza hosts “Día los Muertos” inspired exhibit

Alysha by Michael Esparza

Kirkland Luther

November 2, 2018

Familiar Faces The approaching army continues to grow in size before you, as you stand on top your castle wall. They march in unison until their size quickly overwhelms you. As ruler of the kingdom, you know there is nothing your forces can do to defeat the impending total destruction.  A fireball c...

Honoring harvest; remembering death

Dancers don sugar skull makeup in celebration of Dia de Los Muertos at La Villita last year. Photo courtesy of Francisco Cortes

Katrina Clements

October 25, 2017

San Antonio celebrates autumnal celebrations across cultures Across cultures, the end of October and beginning of November hold a special meaning. The celebration of the autumnal harvest, Dia de los Muertos, Diwali and Samhain occur during the upcoming weeks are tributes of growth, renewal, life and deat...