Surprised it's the weekend already? Didn't make any plans yet? As always, KRTU Indie Overnight has you covered.
Stop by Northwest Vista College on Friday from 7-9 PM to play with black lights and luminescent art at Cosmic Art Night. The Fine Art Department is opening their doors and letting the public make luminescent 3D sculptures, luminescent pottery, and luminescent silkscreen prints. This event sounds like a neon dreamy free-for-all. Free.
SAMA is showing an exhibition of Aboriginal artists and pieces they've created since the 1990s. The pieces come from a variety of artists and showcase different regional styles and mediums. The show will be here until May 14, but check it out this weekend to learn about art you probably haven't gotten to see before. Admission for adults: $10, students: $5.
If you ever wondered what Jane Austen would write about today, playwright Tom Stoppard beat you to it. The play Arcadia is about Lord Byron, duels, and forbidden love....all in the world of modern-day academia. The UIW Theater Department is performing this piece from March 2-4 at 8 PM. Admission for adults: $12, Non-UIW students: $8.
The San Antonio Cine Festival wraps this weekend, but they've got a a few more screenings on Friday and Saturday. Our picks are Ixcanul, a movie in the Kaqchikel Mayan language (with subtitles), and Te prometa anarquîa (I Promise You Anarchy). These award-winning movies are playing this Friday at 7 PM and 9 PM at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center. $8 per show.