Sat., Jan. 9, 2-4 pm @ The Carver’s Jo Long Theatre: “Dancing Angel,” a solo classical Indian dance performance by Sophia Salingaros

Sat., Apr. 23, 2-4 pm : Independent Publishing and Book Design” a panel discussion with Bryce Milligan (publisher, editor, designer, Wings Press), Rosemary Catacalos (Poet Laureate of Texas, author of two fine press chapbooks), Roberto Bonazzi (publisher, Latitudes Press), and Dave Oliphant (publisher, Prickly Pear Press). Moderated by Agnieszka Czeblakow , Rare Books Librarian, UTSA Libraries Special Collections

Mon., Apr. 25, 10 am @ the Alicia Trevino Lopez Senior Center: The GO! Arts Workshop, in conjunction with NPMSA,

featuring Golden Writers from our GO! Arts Program at Lopez Senior Center and Bihl Haus Arts who have been working with poets Amanda Flores and Jim LaVilla-Havelin

Sat., Apr. 30, 2-4 pm: Readings by Wings Press Poets & Writers” followed by book signing by participating authors: Roberto Bonazzi, Maestro of Solitude (poetry); Jay Brandon, Milagro Lane and Shadow Knight’s Mate (fiction); Robert Flynn, Burying the Farm (memoir); Celeste Guzmán Mendoza, Beneath the Halo (poetry); Carolyn Osborn, Uncertain Ground, Contrary People, and Where We Are Now (fiction); and Carmen Tafolla, Curandera, Rebozos, Sonnets and Salsa, and This River Here (poetry)

Sat., May 21, 2-4 pm: An Afternoon with Bryce Milligan,” a casual couple of hours of poetry, songs and reminiscences about a life in paper and ink. Papermaker Beck Whitehead and letterpress printer Léo Lee will debut a new broadside, featuring Milligan’s poem “Mahogany Blues”

Sat., June 11, 2 pm: “Queer Disclosure: Identity, Biopolitics, and Medical Practice,” gallery talk by Will Robertson, ABD (School of Anthropology, University of Arizona). Inspired by queer Latinx artist Michael Martinez’s exploration of “the function of stereotypes—how they come to inform law and the imagination of North America – in the age of state-sanctioned racial profiling,” this talk addresses the sociocultural effects of making queerness visible in medical environments. I explore the ways medical practice makes some categories of sex/gender, sexuality and race more or less visible than others through an examination of queer identity disclosure in medical settings. Drawing on the work of French social theorist Michel Foucault, I argue these acts of disclosure make queer bodies categorizable and thus more intelligible, countable and controllable.

Sat., June , 2 pm: “Dialog/Dialogo” with curator David Ru bin and exhibiting artists Mark Anthony Martinez & Michael Martinez

Sat., June , 25, 2 pm: Queer Poetry Reading, orgainzed by exhibiting artist Michael Martinez

Sat., July 30, 2 pm: Gallery talk by artist Moe Profane with poetry reading by Eddie Vega

Sat., Nov. 5, 2 pm: :Early Automobiles in San Antonio, “ by Hugh Hemphill ( Manager, Texas Transportation Museum)

Sat., Nov. 5, 4 pm @ The Carver’s Jo Long Theatre: A classical Indian dance performance by Dr. Sreedhara and his dance company, Kaveri Natya Yoga.

Sat., Dec. 3, 2 pm: “Women Beautify the Old Spanish Trail,” by OST historian Charlotte Travis Phd

Sat., Dec. 10, 2 pm: “The Player Piano” Preserving Music on Paper,” by John Talbot ( owner, Ragtime Southwest