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SAN ANTONIO NATIVE WESTERN The Briscoe Western Art Museum is showcasing a very rare deluxe set of George Catlin’s North American Indian Portfolio. This edition of 31 hand-painted color plates is one of only three known sets still in existence. Catlin’s Portfolio is among the most famous color plate books relating to North America’s Native populations produced in the 19th century. Through Sept. 4. At

What’s it really like behind the scenes at Texas’ most glamorous parties? The Society Diaries’ Rob Giardinelli shares 25 incredible experiences covering the Texas social scene and the life lessons he has learned from the larger-than-life figures he has met along the way… Available on Amazon and


Briscoe Museum, San Antonio

SUMMER OF LOVE REVISITED In the spirit of the anniversary of the Summer of Love of ’67, Groovy: A Psychedelic Summer presents a collection of art that explores color, pattern, and new visual technology during a time that fostered the beginning of a new age of contemporary art as we know it. Get inspired! Until August 27. At CURIOUS CERAMICS The Magic of Clay and Fire, an impactful selection of contemporary Japanese ceramics is on view, specially loaned by collectors across the United States including Susan and C.J. Peters of Galveston, and Allen Bennett of Kerrville. These beautiful pieces exemplify the long Japanese tradition that emphasizes both the utilitarian and decorative potential of fired clay. Through Fall 2017. At


The Society Diaries | July - August 2017  
The Society Diaries | July - August 2017