Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum
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An exhibition of works by artists participating in The Drawing Center’s Open Sessions program. Over a two-year period, the artists within the program have re-contextualized...Read More
An exhibition of works by New York-based artist Jeffrey Brosk. Based on the artist’s experience with landscape, Brosk’s works explore “the sensuous and eccentric qualities of natural...Read More
A zine making workshop for middle and high school kids, led by artists Mark Menjivar and Jason Reed.
An exhibition of drawings and sculptures by artist Cynthia Gregory exploring qualities of history, memory, time, and containment.
A group exhibition featuring work by artists Mayumi Amada, Jim Arendt, Nancy Floyd, Candace Hicks, Ron Lambert, Shayne Murphy, Frank Oriti, Ryder Richards, and Levente...Read More
A group exhibition exploring the various meanings and methods of messages, featuring work by artists Elisabeth Ajtay, Leticia Bajuyo, Candace Hicks, Benjamin McVey, Latifa Medjdoub,...Read More
An exhibition of work by artist Emily Fleisher, whose work is largely concerned with physical spaces and ideas of home.
An exhibition featuring work by MOSAIC student artists Chrysanthemum Brown, Lu Lu Castillo, Juan Flores, Ezekiel Garcia, Yenifer Gaviña, Xavier Menjares, Jeremy Ortegon, Zoe Palacios,...Read More
As part of Blue Star’s Berlin Residency Program, artists Ricky Armendariz, Vincent Valdez, Cathy Cunningham-Little, and Karen Mahaffy each lived and worked in Germany for...Read More
A new installation about unaccompanied children at the US/Mexico border by Borderland Collective, led by artists Jason Reed and Mark Menjivar and art historian Erina...Read More
Paintings focusing on Chicano culture, Dia De Los Muertos and Gallos by Lopez curated by Bill FitzGibbons.
Drawings made after the disappearance of a close friend of the artist’s due to drug cartel violence suggest the many ways people suffer mutilation and...Read More
A selection of artists whose print-based work plays with the visual and conceptual representation of space, featuring Valerie Arber, Jeffery Dell, Haylee Ebersole, Angela Fox,...Read More
Dealing with technology, communication, and patience, Houston-based artist Tommy Gregory’s exhibition features sculptural, photographic and installation-based works, with a performance kicking off the exhibition at...Read More
Caroline Santa is a Philadelphia-based artist. This exhibit features her drawings and paintings on paper.
Datchuk uses porcelain and crafty materials “associated with women’s work” to focus on the emotive power of domestic objects.
Photographs from the (currently) San Antonio-based artist and fashion stylist.
A mini-retrospective of older works alongside new sculptures created for dance performance from the veteran artist.
New work by the San Antonio-based artist.
San Antonio artist Raul Gonzalez will be chiansawing painttings, writing custom poems and dancing with strangers at Blue Star’s Sunday Brick Market. Jenna B. Wright...Read More
Curated by Anne Leighton Massoni & Libby Rowe. Featuring works focused on photography as a medium for storytelling, from 23 artists.
A new thread installation from Dallas-based Dawe.
While dealing with his father’s schizophrenia, and the very real possibility of it being passed down. 6pm Drinks – 6:30pm Screening – Followed by a Q...Read More
Rodriguez, a Los Angeles-based artist presents a video, light, and sound installation.
New York-based artist Watson recombines items such as tobacco pipes and kid gloves to create art related to personal artifacts and ideals of masculinity and...Read More
Isaac is Los Angeles based artist. Stardance is a video about the relationship between our perceptions of the future and the past.
Sauter’s new work consists of photographs taken of words written on airplane windows during flight. The words relate to ideas generated by the experience of...Read More
This installation is based on St. Croix’s travels along the length of the Mexico/United States border. Conducting research along the course of over 3,000 miles...Read More
In collaboration with Jeff Keithline, Elizabeth Keithline exhibits full-scale woven wire trees and human figures.