Word on the Street, an exhibition that debuted last year in Times Square, for the first time will be shown outside of New York at Artpace now through April 28.
Chalk It Up is a significant fundraiser for the nonprofit Artpace, which is known for its international residency program.
Join in with your community to color the streets of downtown San Antonio along Main Avenue and Houston Street on Oct. 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Artpace trustees named Studio Director Riley Robinson as interim executive director, replacing Executive Director Veronique Le Melle.
Contemporary Art Month kicked off March 2 at Blue Star Contemporary, and features hundreds of artists from Texas and abroad at venues throughout the city.
A burgeoning local scene means an abundance of exhibitions and events. The official CAM calendar lists many, complete with locations, times and other details.
The confluence of several visual art exhibitions gives perspective to a range of issues such as immigration, women’s rights, and transgender equality.
Three hundred local artists have come together to collectively create a portrait of San Antonio’s evolution from its Spanish colonial origins through today.
Leaders in San Antonio’s arts community say the City’s plan for new policies and processes for funding arts nonprofit organizations is moving too quickly.
Two artists from San Antonio, Ruth Buentello and Ana Fernandez, are 2017 awardees of the Joan Mitchell Foundation’s painters and sculptors grant program.
Michael Hardwick has resigned as executive director of the Linda Pace Foundation after one year in the job.