Vincent Valdez, Ricky Armendariz, Karen Mahaffy and Cathy Cunningham-Little produced strong bodies of work from their time spent in Berlin, Germany as part of the Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum’s Berlin Residency Program.
Itʼs not just anywhere where one can wake up to a cork ceiling that was, decades ago, used to keep meat carcasses from spoiling.
As we trudge into the dog days of summer in San Antonio, take solace in the promise that there are cool places to refresh the body and the mind.
There are few things better on a lazy Sunday afternoon than brunch and a little shopping therapy.
Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum is seeking proposals from artists living and working in Bexar County for three-month residencies in Berlin, Germany.
Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum was definitely the place to be Wednesday night for their annual Blue Star Red Dot party.
The thirteenth PechaKucha Night San Antonio took place Tuesday night at Blue Star Contemporary Art Center.
On the evening of Tuesday, February 25, the thirteenth installment of PechaKucha Night San Antonio hits the road once more, landing this time at Blue Star Contemporary Art Center. As usual, the event kicks off with a happy hour at 6:30 p.m. and presentations begin at 7:30 p.m. A donation of $5 gets you in the door.
I was first exposed to the King William Neighborhood by way of the First Friday Art Walk, circa 2003, as the event was gaining steam.
A fixture in the San Antonio art scene and picture of success, Bill FitzGibbons demonstrates that it is possible to have a flourishing career as an artist in the city.