CAM Perennial this year invited a curator from the El Paso-Juárez borderplex to put together an exhibition that features the work of artists from there and San Antonio.
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 Playhouse theater was nearly filled to capacity on Tuesday night with an audience of almost 300 local artists, patrons, and activists for an emotional panel discussion and heated Q&A session about the current state of diversity – or lack there of – in the local arts community.
Those familiar with the work of San Antonio artist Kristy Perez may be wondering what the two-time recipient of the prestigious Artist Foundation of San Antonio grant has been up to lately.
The Color of Blind, an annual interactive art show for the visually impaired and people with special needs, returns for its fourth multisensory art show March 19-20 at Brick at Blue Star during Contemporary Art Month.
Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center Executive Director Jerry Ruiz sent out a press release last Thursday withdrawing as host for the 2016 Contemporary Art Month (CAM) Perennial exhibition, citing a lack of diversity that makes the event “not a mission-fit” for the Guadalupe, which is rooted in the Chicano and Latino art movements.
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center will not host this year’s Contemporary Art Month (CAM) Perennial exhibit due to its exclusion of Latina artists.
Going to Second Saturday on South Flores by the railroad tracks is always a journey of discovery.
Pulling up to the seedy Fox Motel on a drizzly Saturday night for a one night stand, we were harboring a certain feeling of déjà vu.