Weekend Event Guide
Must-see museum exhibitions and the reopening of Alamo Drafthouse are among this weekend's highlights. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio.
Thursday, August 27
McNay Art Museum presents "Hockney to Warhol: Contemporary Drawings from the Collection"
Get the rare opportunity to see a selection of drawings and watercolor paintings by acclaimed American artists at the McNay. “Hockney to Warhol” includes approximately 30 works and drawings by artists such as Leonardo Drew, David Hockney, Beth van Hoesen, Yvonne Jacquette, Donald Judd, Ed Ruscha, and Andy Warhol. Following opening weekend, the exhibit is on display through January 3, 2021.
Friday, August 28
Enjoy a patio dinner at La Panaderia
La Panaderia unveils its expanded patio, now open for food service at the Broadway location. Guests can order from the signature menu and enjoy their meal in an open-air environment with social distancing measures in place. Contactless curbside pickup and delivery are still available, too.
Saturday, August 29
Bihl Haus Arts presents Climate Change is Real
Attend a riveting virtual discussion on the state of climate change. The talk coincides with the current Bihl Haus Art exhibition, "Hot Pursuit: A Visual Commentary on Climate Change," by Sabra Booth. “Hot Pursuit” will be on display through October 24. Admission to this virtual gallery talk is free.
Catch a movie at Alamo Drafthouse
Alamo Drafthouse has officially reopened its Stone Oak theater and is screening Bill & Ted Face the Music, Unhinged, and The New Mutants this weekend.Visit the Drafthouse website to learn about social distancing protocols, updated food and beverage service, and other safety rules. Online streaming platform Alamo On Demand is still available for those who prefer movie night at home.
Sunday, August 30
McNay Art Museum presents "Robert L. B. Tobin: Collector, Curator, Visionary"
Experience the life and legacy of San Antonio arts advocate Robert Lynn Batts Tobin during the final weekend of this exhibition. A selection of rare artworks and beloved theater designs showcases drawings, sketches, costume designs, rare books, and more. The exhibition is on view through this Sunday, August 30.