Clamp Light Studios
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An exhibition celebrating the history of Clamp Light’s building. Most notably, from 1978 to 1986, the building was home to Southwest Championship Wrestling. In honor of Clamp...Read More
An installation by Dallas artist Michelle Thomas. In her work, Thomas uses layered and nontraditional materials to respond to the site of her installation.
An exhibition of works by Joshua McDevitt. In the show, McDevitt explores “western societal mores and expectations such as gender roles, heteronormativity, masculinity in boys, and femininity in...Read More
An exhibition of works by Carol Cunningham. The show explores the concept of Bears in the 20th century using audio works, living pine trees, and installations in...Read More
An exhibition by Chicago-based artist Sarah Jamison exploring the unforeseen moments that define our lives. “Between the Void is the photographic manifestations of our journey together,...Read More
Three solo exhibitions curated by Raul Gonzalez. The exhibition will feature paintings, drawings and performance by Rafael Fernando Gutierrez Jr., abstract works on paper by Eric Breish, and...Read More
An exhibition of new works by artist Moe Profane. The artist is described as a “recovering Catholic, cancer survivor and optimistic existentialist” and currently resides in...Read More
An exhibition of drawings, paintings, sculptures and videos by Jen Frost Smith. In her work, the artist expresses ” self-doubt, current events, and the desire to...Read More
An exhibition of work by San Antonio Artist and Educator Qing Liu.
An exhibition by San Antonio-based artist Jose Villalobos. Creating ceramics and other works, Villalobos explores self-identity and body image through the lens of today’s society.
A group exhibition of works that explore the different ways humans intervene with the natural landscape. This event is part of Fotoseptiembre.
The opening of a new permanent, interactive wall piece created by Northwest Vista Art Professor Carol Cunningham and her design students inspired by New Orleans...Read More
A show of new works by artist J. Eric Simpson that re-examine notions that shaped his boyhood and early adult life.
An exhibition of new ink drawings and ceramic creations by artist Mark Crutsinger, who has de-emphasized ideas of planned completion to allow for a freer,...Read More
Sculpture, paintings, and drawings by artists Albrechto Alvarez and Alejandro Padilla exploring sociological and psychological states of being.
Artist and current Clamp Light resident Jessica Sailors’ recent sculptural and photographic works explore cultural norms surrounding the female body and beauty rituals.
Hard on the heels of “Sublime Gestures,” his solo show in Abilene last month, Turner returns to Clamp Light’s new space with more ethereal, digitally...Read More
Works about “Sex, Animals, Dripping Cakes, Flowers, and the Everyday Object” from Ann Wood (Galveston), Clare Little (Santa Barbara, CA), Scotty Hensler (Lubbock), Carol Cunningham...Read More
Works by ceramic artists Undine Brod, Magda Gluszek, Jill Foote-Hutton, Roxanne Jackson, Lindsay Pichaske, and Kimberly Rumfelt.
Parr and Saavedra present collaborative work inspired by a fragment of a classic Willie Nelson buddy tune. Guests should arrive ten to fifteen minutes before...Read More
Jimena engages in repetitive tasks.
Harvey continues his exploration into Queer Theory through collage and ceramic vessels.
Clamp Light Gallery announces the exhibition of Funf Freunde, Cinco Amigos, featuring a group of five local artists. Artists included: Julius Herrera, Jose Carrillo, Jason Eric...Read More
The grand re-opening of the renovated Clamp Light Studios and Gallery. The Experiential Trace explores the human urge to move and how our desire for...Read More
Clamp Light Gallery announces a new exhibition, SIM=EXP, which features new work by Dallas/Forth Worth based artists John Worley, Mike Moffatt and Nick C. Kirk...Read More
Feride, an artist living and working in San Antonio, Texas and originally from Zile, Turkey focuses on the commonalities between Native American People and Anatolian...Read More
New work by Clamp Light Studio Residents for Contemporary Art Month.
Art, poetry, and social & political commentary represent Americans of Mexican origin and particularly a Chicano world-view, as well as a global lesbian / gay...Read More