A group exhibition featuring eight artists who "delve into curvilinear shapes and forms with a bold intellectual and playful practice using art history as an impetus." Artists include Constance Lowe, Jesse Amado, Andrés Ferrandis, Nicolás Leiva, Nate Cassie, Laura Anderson Barbata, Ricky Armendariz and Ethel Shipton.
"Incorporating hundreds of old and decommissioned library books and other tomes from his personal collection, New Mexico artist Todd Christensen exhibits a site-specific installation that responds to the historic architecture of the Southwest School of Art’s Urschel Gallery."
From the event's Facebook page: "This group exhibition serves to demonstrate solidarity among artists who identify with being a Nasty Woman in the face of threats to roll back women’s rights, individual rights, LGBTQ+ rights, and immigrant rights. It also serves as a fundraiser to support organizations defending these rights before the Presidential Inauguration in January."
An exhibition of works by members of the San Antonio College Art Guild. Artists include Anaia Alejandro, Dante DiPasquale, Keith Klabon, Renae Klabon, Alyssa C. Landez, Fernando Lopez, and Justin Mendez Duffy.
An exhibition of works by artist Carlos Merida. Merida worked as an assistant to Diego Rivera and studied in Paris where he was influenced by the art of Modigliani and Picasso. He went on to be come one of Mexico's first successful abstract artists.
An exhibition of works by digital artist Acidwinzip (Ursula Zavala). The works in the show are digital collages that use imagery from religion, internet culture and art history to create a humorous take on modern consumer culture.
An exhibition by artist, fashion designer and community activist Agosto Cuellar. For this exhibition, Cuellar is transforming the gallery space into "a functioning boutique, recreating his South Alamo shop, Jive Refried, which existed from 1999-2011. Acting both as artist and co-curator, Cuellar’s six week exhibition will be punctuated by special events including works and happenings by other artists such as screenings of a web-based drama series conceived by Kimberly Suta, DJ Performances, a series of rotating featured artists including works by Will Muñiz, sewing circles, live (tableau vivant) window displays, swap meets and much, much more!"
An exhibition of works by Buster Graybill and Humberto Saenz. From the gallery: "Graybill utilizes sculpture, installation, video and photography to traverse cultural boundaries and reconnect with often overlooked objects, materials and places found in the rural landscape. While Saenz appropriates pre-Columbian Codex imagery into collective themes of wage, class assignments, and manual labor in the US to and the objectification of minorities."
An show of works by San Antonio artist Rolando Briseño. The exhibition features early and never before seen paintings, as well as scuplture, photographic constructions, digital works, and public art highlighting over 30 years of work.
An exhibition of new works by Jen Frost Smith. "Good Vibes seeks to sage-out or remove the bad juju of the last few months by bringing good juju through colorful paintings, funny drawings, assemblages, and installation."
A group exhibition featuring works by Hiromi Stringer, Hannah Garrison, Kara Stevens, Jonathan A. Davis, Robyn Brakel, Andrew Leo Stansbury, Rachael L. Acosta, Samuel Velasquez, Jose Cardenas, Nathan Orona, Kaela Puente, Ron Palos, Denise Ramnarine, Eric Owen and Raquel Zawrotny. The show is organized by curator Elsa Henderson.
An exhibition showcasing prints from the collection of Susan Toomey Frost. Highlights from Frost's collection include Alfredo Zalce’s, En La Hamaca of 1945, rare impressions by the Tlaxcalan muralist and printmaker Desiderio Hernández Xochitiotzin, as well as prints by José Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros.
On display is a large toy theatre created in 1919 by Ruloff Kip. Features of the assemblage include moving mechanisms, several working lighting schemes, and an array of set drops and cut-out characters, based on Kip’s house and family members.
A show of works that explores the relationship between food and cultural identity in San Antonio. In addition to works by Rolando Briseño, David Casillas, Jimena Marin, Destiny Mata, Arlene Mejorado, Mark Menjivar, and Chuck Ramirez, the exhibition features historic cookbooks and archival materials.
An exhibition of works by San Antonio native AJ Rodriguez. The works in the show draw attention "to mostly unnoticed or (taken for granted) beauty, and this time, specifically spotlighting the human form."
An installation by Brooklyn-based artist Alyson Shotz. Shotz's site-specific installation Scattering Screen encourages visitors to interact with the garden and notice particularities in the garden's landscape.
An exhibition of works by Ana Hdz-Burwell. The artist on their work: "In these pieces I am exploring individual identity with the use of cross-cultural ideas with an emphasis on the exploration of the inner self."