Join us for a surprise-filled evening inspired by Laurel Gibson's exhibit "Embroidering the Old Spanish Trail," which celebrates the construction in the 1920s of the transcontinental highway called the Old Spanish Trail (OST).
Come dressed in Roaring '20s themed outfits (costumes optional) and enjoy entertainment by the award-winning Texas Gypsies, visiting from Dallas, who compose and perform original and classic music influenced by the jazzy, swing sounds of the '20s and '30s.
Wear your dancing shoes, because the evening includes free swing lessons with professional dancers. More here.
2803 Fredericksburg Rd. San Antonio, TX 78201
Gallery Hours 1-4pm Fridays and Saturdays OR by Appointment 210.383.9723
HARD TO FIND BUT WORTH THE TRIP! Bihl Haus Arts is the historic building located inside the gates of Primrose at Monticello Park Senior Apartments, at 2803 Fredericksburg Road(across from the Tip Top Cafe). Please park in the circle lot and enter through the walk-in gate. Overflow parking is available at Redeemer Church.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 6-9 PM:Opening Reception for "Infinite Realm of Absstraction," new works by J.D. Morera.
2018 Programming: Bihl Haus commemorates the San Antonio Tricentennial with an entire year of programming informed by critical commentary and diverse historical perspectives on the meaning of the Tricentennial. We are currently seeking thoughful proposals with deep and broad context and meaning from diverse voices across the City. Think 300 years in the past and 300 years in the future. Contact us with your ideas and proposals here