The Paisano

Dale shine a San Anto DIY print

Graphics courtesy of San Anto Zine Fest

Taylor Zamora

October 4, 2017

For the past few years, independent publications have embodied the DIY ethos in San Antonio–from the Gnostic Anthropology zines handed out of small cult-esque houses on the southside to the highly active St. Sucia zine, which is not included in the Latino Collection Resource Center at the San Antonio Libr...

Latinx experiences visualized

Ana Fernandez, “The Party,” on display on the 2nd floor of the UTSA Rec. Photo courtesy of Ana Fernandez

Ryan Thompson and Raquel Zuniga

August 30, 2017

What happens when two women inspired by the strength and complexity of their community’s narrative collide? An instillation of spirit and untold narratives of truth and complexity through a bicultural lens. Two local Latino artists, Ana Fernandez and Ruth Buentello, have collaborated on an inst...

CAMMIE distributes awards to mark the end of CAM

A handful of awards were gifted. Enrique Bonilla, The Paisano

Enrique Bonilla

April 5, 2017

March 31 marked the end of contemporary art month or CAM as it is colloquially referred to. The month-long citywide art event focuses on local artists and attempts to spread knowledge on the growing arts community in San Antonio by helping artists spread their art to galleries beyond the city. CAM tweaked...