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This holiday season, the McNay Art Museum gives us all a chance to take a turn down memory lane with an immersive installation of original sets, character puppets and sculpture pieces used in the production of Tim Burton’s cult classic stop-motion animation film, “The Nightmare Before Christmas.” In the 1993 film, the Pumpkin King of Halloween Town, Jack Skellington, tries to bring Christmas spirit to his gothic world only to mash up the holidays with comically...

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The Harlem ballroom scene, voguing and New Orleans bounce music are hallmark traditions of LGBTQ+ history. They are also key thematic pieces in Rashaad Newsome’s body of work. Though not something you would typically encounter in an art history survey class, Newsome creates forceful commentary on systemic oppression. “KNOT,” the title of Newsome’s piece, is currently on display on the McNay Art Museum’s AT&T Lobby wall, and will be in San Antonio through January. With...