In the San Antonio art scene, the term “Second Saturday” refers to monthly art openings at the conclave of galleries and studios located in the neighborhood that was recently named “Southtown The Arts District.”
One of San Antonio’s most accomplished and prolific artists, Danville Chadbourne is currently exhibiting recent works on paper at REM Gallery in Tobin Hill.
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.
After more than six months away from the public’s view, the San Antonio Museum of Art has relaunched their contemporary galleries.
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 latest exhibition by Jesse Amado, a San Antonio-based artist, opens on Saturday, March 12 at SMART Project Space, 1906 S. Flores St., in Southtown The Arts District.
For Marfa-based artist Julie Speed, all the world’s a puzzle.
On one of the first chilly nights in weeks, more than 100 people milled around the Paper Tiger on South St.
To learn more about Latino artists in San Antonio, I turned to David Rubin, independent art curator and writer and former contemporary art curator for the San Antonio Museum of Art to ask which Latino artists to follow.
A San Antonio native who grew up on the city’s South Side, Samuel Velasquez is a prolific millennial generation painter who had his first solo exhibition in 2012.