The confluence of several visual art exhibitions gives perspective to a range of issues such as immigration, women’s rights, and transgender equality.
When a friend mentioned that the San Antonio Museum of Art was recruiting volunteer docents, I knew it was exactly what I was looking for.
The new and improved Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum reopened its doors to celebrate both its renovations and an a array of new exhibits.
I was walking down the hallway of my Trinity University dorm when I fully realized the most rewarding lesson I had learned this summer.
Newcomer Alyssa Danna entered the San Antonio art scene this month with a bang, having been included in group exhibitions at Terminal 136, UTSA’s satellite space in the Blue Star complex, the R Gallery in King William, and Clamp Light Studios in Beacon Hill.
The Blue Star Contemporary MOSAIC program students and Artist-in-Residence Alex Rubio are constructing a mural for the east wall of the San Antonio College McAllister Fine Arts Building.
During the first two sessions of Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum’s three-part panel discussion Collecting Contemporary Art 101, attendees were given a peek behind the curtain in the vast Land of Art.
The Coleman Railroad Bridge Underpass on the city’s Eastside recently received a colorful makeover as a two-piece mural called “Dream Peace” was painted on either side of Martin Luther King Drive.
Christie Blizard has mud wrestled with Willem de Kooning, jumped out of a plane with art sewn into her sleeve, and snuck art onto two major TV network’s morning broadcasts.
A Sunday afternoon gathering at Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum acknowledged and documented the adoption of the work of the late Chuck Ramirez as the latest inductee to the public art collection of H-E-B.