Public Art San Antonio encourages community engagement!

Public Art San Antonio encourages community engagement!

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Calling all the art lovers! Public Art San Antonio (PASA) have been hosting free events for 2 weeks now and the last one is this Wednesday! PASA is hosting an interactive event where you can learn all about their program and what they’ve been doing for our community. You’ll be able to give input on future arts and culture projects, and engage in conversations about the local arts community and San Antonio’s cultural districts. PASA’s mobile gallery will be a featured attraction at the “Que pasa, PASA?” series as well as the Reaction Lab, a hyper-photographic mobile that can gauge likes and dislikes in real time.

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PASA is responsible for managing public art projects and programs that express the vibrancy and diversity of our community through art and place-making. The public art projects  manages and connects the community through exhibits, presentations, outreach and planning initiatives. PASA also works directly with all City departments and supports local public art efforts of artists, community groups, partnership organizations and outside agencies.

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This public event is for those of you who have a passion for the arts and for those who want to make a change in our community. The last event in PASA’s “Que Pasa, PASA?” series is this Wednesday from 6-8 pm at Tool Yard! Go to the Public Art San Antonio Facebook page for more information on all events! For more fashionable events around town, visit our Style Lush TV Fashion Events Calendar at StyleLushTV.Com/Events and stay tuned for more fashionable news, at Style LushTV.Com.


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