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Gregg Barrios on the Power of Music, Poetry and James Franco

Gregg Barrios on the Power of Music, Poetry and James Franco

Journalist, activist, teacher, poet, critic, filmmaker and playwright Gregg Barrios, who hails from Victoria, Texas, but now calls San Antonio home, is a Texas treasure. Actually, Barrios is more than that: he’s a treasure of American arts and letters, a captivating performer, a consummate educator and artistic provocateur, and a powerful role model for others

Luminaria Returns with ‘Take Two’ Programming

The torrential storms last October may have put a damper on the 2015 incarnation of Luminaria, but they weren’t enough to keep the two-day art festival’s commissioned pieces and performances under wraps for too long. Four months later, Luminaria Take Two returns to light up San Antonio’s River North neighborhood with multimedia celebrations at the San Antonio Museum

Gemini Ink explores the work of James Franco

Gemini Ink  1111 Navarro St, San Antonio, 78205  (210) 734-9673, geminiink.org Ongoing at Gemini Ink is “Poetry, Film, and James Franco,” a workshop led by San Antonio playwright and poet Gregg Barrios. It is the first course of its kind to examine the experimental films of James Franco and the works of poetry that inspired

Three S.A. writers elected to Texas Institute of Letters

Three San Antonio writers have been elected to the prestigious Texas Institute of Letters, an Austin-based non-profit that promotes Texas literature and recognizes literary achievements by Texas authors. The San Antonians selected for induction are Gregg Barrios, Nan Cuba and William Jack Sibley. Barrios was featured in an article on the Out In SA web