October 6 - 30, 2016
A show of works by San Antonio artist Amada Claire Miller. The exhibition consists of works that explore fiber art as painting and challenge "the assumptions associated with fiber while further blurring the distinctions between craft and art." The show will also include wearable paintings.
An exhibition of photographs by Ansen Seale. The works in the show were created using a special digital camera created by Seale that takes thousands of vertical image...Read More
An exhibition curated by David Salinas and featuring artists from Los Angeles and Houston. The show includes works by Darwin Arevalo, Drew Bacon, Dylan Conner, Bill Daniel,...Read More
A year-end survey of small scale works. The event also promises: SWEET FIREWORKS VIEW DJ RASTA MIKE ALL NIGHT (MOVE THOSE FEET) FREETAIL BEER (...Read More
An exhibition of snaps (from the phone app Snapchat) that have been captured by the artist.
“Salinas has been busy exploring the old of his new city through coffee-fueled lenses or pulling stacks of photographic gold from mysterious chemical baths.” I.e.:...Read More
An exhibition of works by local legend BLASTER Al Ackerman.
An installation by artists Andre Stitt & James Cobb. Through a residency at Fl!GHT, the artists have researched across Texas, from the Rothko Chapel to the...Read More
An exhibition of two new series of works by Stuart Allen. The pieces explore the distortion of looking through objects when “daylight is deconstructed and re-assembled.”
Artist Reagan “Raygun” Johns breathes new life into repurposed objects to create illuminated sculptures.
A monumental steeple sculpture from Gregory and a video by Judson that features excerpts of final statements made by death row inmates.
A group exhibition to inaugurate Flight’s new space in the Blue Star Complex. Featuring: Alex Rubio, Andy Benavides, Ethel Shipton, Tommy Gregory, Vincent Valdez and many more.
An array of ephemeral and performance works and archives from Alternative Studio’s actions, relics and documents.
What better way to celebrate the day FL!GHT entered the world eleven years ago than with a jam-packed, 59-person extravaganza.
Artists: Casey Arguelles Gregory, Lucas Johnson, Cathie Kayser, Kenny Lantz, Aaron Munoz, Kyle Olson, Gissett Padilla, Troy Stanley and Magda Boltz- Wilson Organized by:Techang
San Antonio artist and arts educator Tommy Hopkins, currently the Visual Art Director for SAY Sí.
A luminous environment by Jessica Ramirez; Matt van Hellen spends long hours making minuscule marks that eventually become larger organic forms, and Jonathan Sims makes...Read More
A ten year survey exhibition of Delgado’s not-so-subtle political art.
Inspiration from the closet: oil paintings of shoes for Griffith’s first solo show.
A new performance by Tucson-based visual artist Gary Setzer, currently on a US tour. Setzer merges electro nu-wave music and process-oriented performance art to deliver...Read More