“Our project is meant to create a sense of serenity in viewers, like that of rolling waves against a shoreline. The light and shadow produced by the work create a natural phenomena effect. The light is used as a way to associate with a larger natural environment; the movement creates a feeling of natural waves.”
—Taeg Nishimoto, UTSA professor of architecture about a project he completed with Britta Moe, a Master of Architecture student, for the X Marks the Art program. The goal of the program was to transform vacant downtown storefronts into galleries for public art.
“We’re extremely competitive. We play the game hard, and, regardless of who’s in the other dugout, we typically show up and give them a good ballgame.”
–UTSA baseball coach Jason Marshal, on the team’s spirit. Marshall spoke about the team with San Antonio Express-News sportswriter Jerry Briggs for a March blog post at mysa.com.
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