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John Dalton Atkins: Growing, Growing, Gone

Presa House

Last Chance - June 2 through 30, 2017

A show by UTSA MFA candidate John Dalton Atkins. "Working primarily in sculpture and installation, he utilizes found objects, cheap and discarded materials, wood, paint, and steel."

Raul Gonzalez: Pure Energy

Presa House

Last Chance - June 2 through 30, 2017

"In Pure Energy, Raul Gonzalez showcases abstract sculptural paintings on canvas that combine playful mark-making with bright fields of color and frenetic energy. These works reflect the emotional range he experiences as a father, husband, and as someone who has recently lost loved ones."

Crossing Borders

Clamp Light Studios

Last Chance - June 9 through 30, 2017

A show of postcard-sized works. "Crossing Borders seeks to celebrate the immigrant spirit that is part of the American story, raise awareness about the immigrant and refugee crisis, and strives to help those affected."

Group Show

The Radius Center

Last Chance - April 14 through July 1, 2017

An exhibition featuring works by James Raska, Patricia Guerrero, Amber O’Halligan, Farad Ibrahimovic, and Norbert Clyde Martinez Jr.

Amada Claire Miller: the darker and richer the hue

Flax Studio

Last Chance - June 10 through July 1, 2017

A show of works by San Antonio artist Amada Claire Miller. The pieces in the exhibition "examine the coalition and dissociation between contemporary art and craft making by exploring and presenting fiber as painting."

Steven G. Smith: Jazz, Blues, and Boogaloos

Freight Gallery & Studios

Last Chance - June 10 through July 1, 2017

A show of Jazz, Blues, and New Orleans-inspired work by artist Steven G. Smith. From the gallery: "Steven's paintings read like a John Coltrane solo, by combining a spontaneous and improvisational style with a studied approach, he uses movement, color, and perspective to highlight the musicality and attitude of his subject."



Last Chance - June 1 through July 2, 2017

From Casey Arguelles Gregory's statement about the show: "The artists in this exhibition have decided, whether overtly in their work, or through their continuing presence as a force for the enlightened, to actively work against political oppression.  Each works in their own way to further the cause of curiosity and exploration that iconoclasts would seek to banish.  Through art and political action, they meet the responsibility of artists as activists."Artists include: Nick Barbee Ed Blackburn Jimmy Castillo Kristen Cliburn K.C. Collins Casey Arguelles Gregory Tommy Gregory Mat Kubo Aaron Munoz Brendan O'Connell Kyle Olson Howard Sherman Kelli Vance George Zupp

Cuerpo Cubano/Cuban Body

Bihl Haus Arts

May 19 through July 8, 2017

An exhibition featuring works by five artists from Cienfuegos, Cuba. The show is curated by guest curator Liam Nodal Gonzalez.

Elvia Perrin: Clean Cut

Southwest School of Art Ursuline Hall Gallery - Ursuline Campus

March 10 through July 16, 2017

"Through a process of reassembling and reorganizing visual information, printmaker Elvia Perrin develops a dialogue between an idea, making, and a process of editing, overlapping, stacking, and layering ink and images. The resulting finished works portray the convergence of this ordering and reordering process that both reveals and veils organized systems, resulting in an ultimate order and quiet minimalist works."

Word Around Town

Various Venues

February 1 through August 1, 2017

A show featuring works by Naomi Shihab-Nye (Guggenheim Fellow & Lannan Fellow), Jenny Browne (San Antonio's Poet Laureate), and Jennifer Khoshbin. For the exhibition, the artists have created "a network of illuminated vintage, lettered marquee signs that celebrate the people, landscape and culture of San Antonio."See the works at: Alta Vista Micro-Garden at 3301 N.Flores & Outlaw Kitchens at 2919 N.Flores.

MetaDADA: High Art for the POPulace

Plaza de Armas

May 11 through August 4, 2017

An exhibition featuring works by 11 San Antonio artists who are inspired by the Dada and Pop art movements. Participating artists include: David Almaguer, Ana Hernandez-Burwell, Ashley Mireles, Jen Frost Smith, Jason Ibarra, James Medrano, Michael Menchaca, Kelly O’Connor, Rainey, David “Shek” Vega, and Scotch Willington.

Daydreams and Other Monsters

UTSA Art Gallery

June 7 through August 4, 2017

An exhibition curated by Alana Coates and featuring works by Peter Saul, John Hernandez, Megan Solis, and Louie Chavez. The artists in the show draw on "‘lowbrow imagery, critiques of popular culture, and conflicts with inner-self that are presented with brash colors."



June 22 through August 13, 2017

An exhibition organized in collaboration with Arte International, an agency established by Ernesto Ibañez to promote the work of Latin American artists in the United States. The show features works by Daniel Escobedo, Ernesto Ibañez, Roberto Morleghem, Cinthia Nuez, Patricia Sanchez-Saiffe, Carlos Torres, Pulse Unf, and Jesus Villalpando.

PASAbilities: A Tale of 10 Local Super Artists

Plaza de Armas

May 11 through August 19, 2017

An exhibition of hand-painted comic book-style panels chronicling a two-week local emerging artist mentorship program that took place in 2016. The comics are painted by Cristina Sosa Noriega. Mentorship participants include: Benjamin McVey, David Blancas, Jayne Lawrence, Julia Barbosa Landois, Mari Hernandez, Michael Menchaca and Suzy Gonzalez, Nancy Wood, Samuel Morales Urbina and Fernando Andrade, and Scotch Willington.

A Woman’s Place Is…

Centro de Artes

March 13 through August 20, 2017

An exhibition featuring works by fifteen San Antonio-based Latina artists. The show is curated by Kathy Vargas and features works by Sarah Castillo, Lisette Chavez, Cat Cisneros, Ana Laura De La Garza, Jenelle Esparza, Audrya Flores, Diana Rodriguez Gil, Mari Hernandez, Chloe Rivas, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Elva Salinas, Victoria Suescum, April Flores Taylor, Anita Valencia, and Carla Veliz.

Sabine Senft


May 25 through August 27, 2017

A show featuring works by San Antonio artist Sabine Senft.

Doerte Weber


May 25 through August 27, 2017

A show featuring works by San Antonio artist Doerte Weber. The artist uses old, traditional weaving patterns and attempts to recontextualize them by allowing viewers to interpret them.

Chris Sauter: Echo and Narcissus

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

June 1 through September 9, 2017

An exhibition of works by 2014-2015 Blue Star Contemporary Berlin Resident Chris Sauter. The pieces in the show, some of which are three-dimensional loudspeaker reliefs (speakers created out of paper) are inspired by Sauter's time in Germany.

Augmented Reality

Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum

June 1 through September 9, 2017

"Augmented Reality examines what impact the digital landscape has on our three-dimensional reality." The show features works by Susi Brister, Kris Pierce, Randy Bolton, Frank Benson, Nancy de Holl, and Yoonmi Nam.

Heaven and Hell: Salvation and Retribution in Pure Land Buddhism

San Antonio Museum of Art

June 16 through September 10, 2017

A show featuring paintings, sculpture, and decorative objects that explore the concepts of heaven and hell, ideas that are central to Pure Land Buddhism. From SAMA: "Heaven and Hell provides a dynamic and in-depth view of Pure Land Buddhism, highlighting the way different cultures adopted and adapted the faith."

Blanco Sculpture Trail

Bindseil Park

April 29, 2017 through April 30, 2018

A sculpture trail organized by the Blanco Visitors Bureau and juried by Lee Ann Whatley. The trail features works by Peter Mangan, Danville Chadbourne, Cat Quintanilla, and Jeffie Brewer.

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