Go Do That! is a curated roundup of weekend arts and culture events from the ISF FORUM. Follow us on Instagram to get these recommendations in video form.

Stop by the Carver Community Cultural Center Thursday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. for the opening reception of an exhibition of carved stone sculptures by Cody Vance. Vance's looping sculptural forms are based on drawings his mother once made to help him through childhood spinal meningitis.

Friday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the San Antonio Food Bank, Chef Asantewaa presents the Secret Food Stories Festival. Asantewaa, from South Sudan, brings together a world of flavors with 16 guest chefs offering zero-waste dishes alongside a sustainability art exhibition, panel discussion and music by BillyRay Sheppard.

Fridays and Saturdays during summer, the all-day, kid-friendly Fiesta Noche del Rio at Arneson River Theatre presents mariachis, flamenco guitar, snacks and cool beverages all to benefit children’s charities.

And Saturday at 2 p.m., University of Texas at Austin art curator Phillip A. Townsend visits Ruby City for a talk enticingly titled “Moon Lit Joy,” about an evocative print by British artist Chris Ofili. The event is free.

Senior Reporter Nicholas Frank moved from Milwaukee to San Antonio following a 2017 Artpace residency. Prior to that he taught college fine arts, curated a university contemporary art program, toured with...

Bria Woods is a staff photojournalist at the SA Report. She holds a bachelor's degree in communication from Trinity University and a master's in multimedia broadcast journalism from the University of Westminster...