By James Aldridge : January 14, 2014
San Antonio has launched DreamWeek San Antonio 2014, a 12-day citywide summit that is designed to advance Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream of a society that embraces cultural diversity, tolerance and equality.
DreamWeek began Friday, Jan. 10 and will last through Tuesday, Jan. 21. The San Antonio Museum of Art, McNay Art Museum, Blue Star Contemporary, San Antonio Children’s Museum, Carver Community Culture Center, Artpace, the University of Texas at San Antonio, Trinity University and St. Philip’s College are hosting art exhibits, mixers, readings, lectures and film screenings in support of the summit.
The summit will revolve around the themes of city, health, youth, environment, technology, education, arts, spirit, justice, business, sports and cuisine.
Visit DreamWeek.org for activities and the full slate of events throughout the week.
The City of San Antonio’s Martin Luther King Day Annual March will take place on Monday, Jan. 20.