Art of the Sacred Texas Springs

An exhibit honoring the Blue Hole, source spring of the San Antonio River


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Headwaters at Incarnate Word together with a group of passionate professional artists have organized a month-long art installation celebrating the Blue Hole, sacred source spring of the San Antonio River. The exhibit and accompanying events are part of a regional initiative, A Pilgrimage Connecting People to Art and the Environment, which invites the public to experience our South Central Texas springs through various artistic mediums. The Blue Hole is of particular interest as the fountain spring that provided for indigenous peoples for millennia before attracting the Spanish to found the City of San Antonio 300 years ago. The installation is hosted in the University of the Incarnate Word art galleries. To enhance the exhibit, two piano concerts, a film series, a lecture, and poetry readings will take place across the month.

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