“Creating Community through the Arts”

The Mission of community-based Bihl Haus Arts—Creating Community through the Arts—is founded on the belief that each person, when given a chance, will achieve significant personal, social, and cultural growth through the arts.To support our mission, Bihl Haus Arts:

Nurtures and promotes the work of diverse visual and cultural artists in San Antonio;

Fosters artistic excellence and intergenerational and multicultural understanding and awareness;

Creates community between seniors enrolled in the GO! Arts program, area established and emerging artists, members of surrounding neighborhoods, and the global art culture; and

• Builds collaborations with other cultural and social service organizations to maximize access to collective resources.

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A Caregiver’s Toolkit

With input from family caregivers, the SALSA (Successful Living and Aging in San Antonio) Caregiver and Socialization Workgroup, of which Bihl Haus Arts is a member, created a dynamic toolkit for caregivers. This toolkit offers resources to those spouses, family, and significant others who provide care for their loved ones. The success of most care plans—from hospital discharge to everyday care in the home—often rests on the shoulders of the family caregiver. We hope this toolkit assists new or experienced home-based caregivers to understand their role and provides information about essential support for the challenges caregivers may face.

Download Caregiver Toolkit in English

Descargar el kit de herramientas para cuidadores en español

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Join FlowerSong Press in celebrating the official release of Luz at Midnight, the debut novel by San Antonio author Marisol Cortez.Marisol Cortez will be joined by Luz at Midnight comadres Kamala Platt, Mobi Warren, Viktoria Valenzuela, and David Zamora Casas Artist in sharing readings and conversation.Luz at Midnight tells a climate change story unique to South Texas—belly of the beast for boom-and-bust extraction—challenging regional histories of environmental injustice while weaving a universal story of love and longing. As Nicholas Frank writes in The San Antonio Report, Cortez's novel has proved “𝘦𝘦𝘳𝘪𝘭𝘺 𝘱𝘳𝘦𝘴𝘤𝘪𝘦𝘯𝘵” in its depiction of the rolling blackouts that have recently rocked the state. ... See MoreSee Less
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