For the health and safety of our patrons and speakers, masks may be required for indoor in-person Houston Seminar events, and we strongly prefer registrants to be fully vaccinated. Since events are held at a variety of venues with their own policies and protocols, there may be other requirements for some courses. We make every effort to inform guests in a timely manner if there are additional health and safety guidelines they will be asked to follow. Our trips and study tours, particularly those that include shared transportation or plane flights, may also require guidelines beyond those for in-person courses, which will be determined in conjunction with venues, vendors, and local guidelines. We will make every effort to announce these guidelines as far in advance as possible. Thank you for bearing with us as we continue to navigate the world of COVID-19 while bringing enriching experiences to our audiences.
San Antonio: Dreams of the Future, History of the Past
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10–SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2022
By far the oldest major city in Texas, San Antonio is steeped in history. Our storied neighbor to the west, which celebrated its tricentennial in 2018, is the second-largest city in Texas and the most visited city in the state.
And yet: how well do we know San Antonio?
A few data points reliably come to mind: the Riverwalk, the Missions, and the Alamo. But today a new wave of visionaries is shaping San Antonio’s future, while rethinking notions of the past. From forward-thinking urban planning, including an ambitious expansion of the Riverwalk, to a thriving art scene that is home to perhaps the most interesting community of working artists in the state, there is much more to San Antonio in 2022 than lives in the popular imagination.