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Curated by Ricky Armendariz, Sana Sana Colita de Rana: Artists Influenced by La Cultura features work by artists who are, well, influenced by their culture,...Read More
Large-scale photos rule this two-person show. Check out haunting images from TWU prof and deptartment head Susan kae Grant‘s Night Journey series, as well as...Read More
Justin Boyd (shown), Joseph Duarte, Taro Hanrahan, Kristin Larsen, Michael Stoltz, and G.H. Wise are all represented in this exhibit, which features video, sound, and computer-based...Read More
Curated and including work by local artist Enrique Martinez.
People vs. nature. Graybill takes man-made objects and covers them with her own version of lichen, mold, fungus, and barnacles, exhibiting nature’s ability to adapt...Read More
Young Wook Song’s rice paper sculpture installations are so delicate and so beautiful.
New work by Houston-based sculptors Medina, Nagle, and Stanley.
San Antonio artist Anabel Toribio offers up enticing paintings that remind us of our own neuroses regarding beauty.
Curated by Brian Jobe and includes J.R. Bruce, Nate Cassie, Alex Lopez, Karen Mahaffy, Sarah Moore and Denny Renshaw.
Featuring work from the sculpture department at UTSA: Jasmyne Graybill, Scott Oldfield, Willie Sanchez, Jar Schepers, Young Wook Song and John Webb.
Play and Re-Play presents the work of artists who examine themes from childhood and adolescence that continue to resonate in and influence adult lives.
Kubick and Walsh work collaboratively under the name ARCHIVE in Oakland, CA.
MFA graduate student group exhibition featuring current graduates students from UTSA.
Curated by the fabulous Ken Little, Works for America includes Hans W. Koch, Bettina Wenzel and Heimo Wallner.
Curated by Kristy Masten and featuring work by Lisa Choinacky, Kurt Mueller, Josh Rios, Enrique Martinez and George Zupp.
UTSA presents Scott Oldfield’s MFA Thesis Exhibition.