May 5 – May 7 all-day
Mother’s Day Event @ Apricot Lane
May 10 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

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Mom’s are the best and we want to celebrate YOU!!! And let’s be honest…you were going to buy your own gifts anyways, so now you can buy them during our Mother’s Day Event, which means they will all be on SALE!! And what’s better than a sale, and a gift card giveaway?? There will be sweet treats and there will be WINE…lots of WINE!! So make sure and RSVP and come #TREATYOSELF

SATX: Humans of San Antonio Peacock Alley Mural Block Party @ Broadway St.
Apr 20 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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It’s going to be one epic party.

This is the first and largest photography wheat paste art project to ever be installed on a historic building in Downtown San Antonio. Let’s celebrate in style.

Please ride share here. We are expecting a huge turnout.


5pm: Soulstairs Live
6pm: Presentation with Downtown Councilman Roberto Treviño
6:15: Mírame Live
8pm: Special Drag Queen Performance with Kristi Waters
8:15: Soulstairs Live

Food & Drink:

Bad Mami’s Food
Burnwood ’68

Photos by: Michael Cirlos III @humansofsa
Design by: Daniela Riojas @danielariojas
Made possible by: Zurich International Properties, Inc.


Press info:


Texas Public Radio

San Antnoio Express News


Michael Cirlos founded Humans of San Antonio, a photojournalism project inspired by Humans of New York, to celebrate the visual story of downtown San Antonio. He holds a degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and he is the recipient of the Awesome SA Community Award. He is the photographer for Centro San Antonio and works with the San Antonio Department of Arts and Culture and other downtown organizations. Humans of San Antonio is his first book, and his first mural.

Daniela Riojas is an interdisciplinary artist from the U.S. – Mexico border and a current Joan-Wich Fellow and MFA Canditate at the University of Houston, TX. She specializes in photography, self-portraiture, performance, film, installation, and music. Her work explores themes of reconnection to indigeneity, ritual, de-colonizing landscapes and the body, bi-cultural identity as it pertains to mestizaje, Native and Jungian spiritual philosophy, and female trauma. She studied English-Creative Writing at The University of San Antonio, TX and also attended the Vermont Studio Center Residency Program in the winter of 2013. She is a Surdna Foundation grant recipient, a former artist-in-residence at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center through the Artist Lab Fellowship Program, and was awarded a grant for Media Arts from the Cultural and Creative Development Department of the City of San Antonio through the Artist Foundation in 2015. She is a recipient of the Support for Artists and Creative Individuals grant awarded by the Houston Arts Alliance 2019 for her performance ŌME, debuting April 2019 at Site Gallery.