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Come out and spin the wheel! Openings and performances Thursday, Sept. 1, 6-8pm and Friday, Sept. 2, 6-9pm, othewise open by appointment, 210-219-1562
Alison Jardine‘s solo exhibit blends traditional oil painting with digital technology.
Photos taken with the plastic-lens Holga camera by artists working in SSA’s Photography Department. Curated by Victor Pagona.
Photographs by UTSA graduate MFA students in SSA’s San Antonio Express-News Photography Gallery
McPhee lugged a cumbersome, 55-year-old Deardorff 8×10 viewfinder camera through Idaho’s Sawtooth Valley, capturing images of the land and its inhabitants in mammoth 6-by-8 foot [...]
Here’s the agenda: From 3-5pm HAA boss Jonathan Glus presents highlights from last year, and outline the HAA’s strategic plan, followed by an open forum [...]
Opens Saturday, September 10, 6–8 pm Highland Park native Kevin Renner’s first solo show after 15 years teaching art and coaching football, powerlifting and track.
Ten+ artists work will inhabit the abandoned one-story maze of private rooms, alcoves, and waiting rooms, considering the idea of the doctor’s office as a [...]
Unleashed color, painterly sensibility and tough materiality link artists Ryan Schneider, Daniel Heidkamp, Shara Hughes, Joshua Abelow, and Ezra Johnson in this group show resurrecting [...]
Sean Dockray, artist, writer, and founding director of Telic Arts Exchange in Los Angeles, California, has initiated critical and innovative projects, including The Public School [...]
Do Not Ask Me is a critical selection of key works created after Chin’s 1991 solo show at the Menil Collection. Conveniently, you can buy [...]
The Gallery at UTA has provided stimulating exhibitions of contemporary art for over two decades; in this celebratory group exhibition 25 artists were chosen by [...]
Create wearable art, put together a chic ensemble and pose in the gallery, listen to the story of an uproarious hairdo, and sketch fashions from [...]
On Sunday morning, September 4, The Chinati Foundation will open just before sunrise for a special viewing of Donald Judd’s 100 works in mill aluminum [...]
Opens Saturday, September 10, 2011 | 6:30–8:30 pm Arcieri interprets Americana through a photo album of “thought images,” ambiguous yet familiar images of people, places [...]
Artists, scientists and activists using the environment as sites and concerns of their work from across the country will convene in LHI’s new dormitory/meeting facility [...]
For the past year, these artists and friends have been sending work back and forth through the mail adding their signature touches and sending them [...]
“My interest in tipis comes from my childhood growing up in rural, central Indiana. When I was about eight I found an arrowhead in the [...]
The word “spread” personified through improvised sculptures, masks, collages, photography, paintings and drawings by Austin artists William Hundley and Paul Moncus.