Author: Hills Snyder

http://www.hillssnyder.com/

Lubbock native Hills Snyder lives in San Antonio. He is an artist, curator, song writer and Director of Sala Diaz. You are invited to follow his writing on the Facebook page U.S. 87.

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Until That Goodbye

2014: Voyager I is expected to become the first probe to cross into interstellar space this year. Nearly 38 years after launch, and over 19 […]

Until That Goodbye

Wish What You Watch For

Chris Sauter: Pilgrimage Doubt, Southwest School of Art; Faith and Reason, Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum; Shape of The Universe, Fl!GHT Gallery; Communion, St. Marks […]

Wish What You Watch For

“Silence” at the Menil Collection

The Program Will Begin Shortly… Silence is Toby Kamps’ first major exhibition at The Menil Collection since becoming curator of modern and contemporary art two […]

Jacob Kirkegaard, "AION," 2006 Video and sound installation (DVD, 50 minutes) Dimensions variable, format 4:3

One Kind Favor 4 (Go West young weed)

Thursday morning Jeff and I head into Lubbock in separate cars. He’ll go east to Dallas for a Texas Artists Today book signing and I’ll […]

One Kind Favor 4 (Go West young weed)

One Kind Favor 3 (Pennies)

Fell asleep last night thinking how I had the Lone Ranger flashlight with me and didn’t think to use it. As if it were a […]

One Kind Favor 3 (Pennies)

One Kind Favor 1 (East of Eden)

This is day one of One Kind Favor, a trip I’m taking around the state and into New Mexico, reversing the route taken by Jens […]

One Kind Favor 1 (East of Eden)

A Well Performed Place

…what living in the country means: It’s sitting in a little bitty restaurant, looking out the window at a cow, but you only have powdered […]

A Well Performed Place

Beyond post To Kellogg’s

The following text served as the script for a performance, Beyond post To Kellogg’s, given at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, October 12, […]

Beyond post To Kellogg’s

A Brief History of Time

Two seconds. The average length of time a spectator spends looking at a painting. A statistic that has received more than its share of reiteration, […]

A Brief History of Time