The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center in San Antonio announced today, with the support of the Surdna Foundation (a national social justice foundation), its Artist Lab exhibition opening on Friday, December from 6-9 p.m, at the Galería Guadalupe at 723 South Brazos. The show is the culmination of this third annual Artist Lab program— an initiative of the Surdna Foundation and hosted by the Guadalupe—which provides a stipend and professional consultation and support for a group of emerging artists “in an effort to invest in the creative capital of San Antonio’s historically signifcant Westside.”
The Guadalupe selects a group of artists for the Artist Lab every two years. The artists this year, who work in a “multitude of media and concepts,” are Lisette Chavez, Raul Gonzalez, Sarah Fox, Jose Villalobos, Andrei Renteria and Kristel Puente. The show is free and runs until February 3, 2017.
For more info, go here.
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