This Saturday, all 30 pieces of the puzzle will be laid out at Alamo Stadium for a one-time photo shoot to document "The Texas Size Print." Expect as many as 70 assistants, including students from Brackenridge High, will begin laying out the 270-foot-long print at the 100- year-old SAISD football stadium that may be soon converted into commercial use in a project proposed by the San Antonio Spurs' parent company, Spurs Sports & Entertainment.* They intend to add a pro-size soccer field to the football and track complex, a move that has received resistance from the community. Read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/education/article/Officials-clash-on-stadium-rezoning-2522481.php#ixzz1je4q0OUD. The photoshoot will happen at 11:30am.Volunteers for the event are still being accepted. If you would like to participate, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Selections from the project long with video and photo documentation will be on view in February at the Blue Star Lab. Free; 10am-12pm; Alamo Stadium, 110 Tuleta Drive. arttothethirdpower.com *An earlier version of this post mistakenly named the San Antonio Scorpions as the team that will move to a reconfigured Alamo Stadium.