What were people clicking on in 2021 at M!SA? Look below for our most visited articles of last year.
Local Artist, Rex Hausmann, in Group Exhibition in NYC
San Antonio-based painter, Rex Hausmann, participated in a group exhibition at the luxurious NYC Upper East Side gallery called Waterfall Mansion. Read or listen to more about the gallery, exhibition, then see a video put together by the artist’s friend as they go on a road trip to NYC to deliver the paintings in person.
Texas A&M University-San Antonio: A Glimpse of Future Progress
One of the latest buildings on the TAMU-SA campus is Classroom Hall, designed by the architecture firm, PBK. Read/listen as a member of their design team, Joaquin Abrego, tells the story behind the new building and how it is making a difference for students.
Designing a Sense of Place: Pearl Cowork
As things begin to open back up post-pandemic, many companies are rethinking their office spaces and the way they work. Hear the story from the designers of Pearl Cowork and how they achieved a mindful work environment during a pandemic and for the future of work.
Re:Rooted 210 Urban Winery: A Passion for Wine and Design
One of the brave establishments to open during the COVID-19 pandemic is Re:Rooted 210 Urban Winery. Located in Hemisfair Park, this business model is refreshingly a-typical for your average winery. Read/listen to the story about the owner, designers, and artists involved; then watch our interview with the project’s Interior Designer, Analy Diego.
200 Austin Highway: The Neighborhood Entrepreneur's Office Building
In the City of Alamo Heights, near the intersection of Broadway and Austin Highway, there is a new office building at 200 Austin Highway. Read/listen to the story behind the site and how the building came to be, then watch our interview with the building architecture firm and landscape architect.