Artpace provides artists with unparalleled resources and allows them to take time, take risks, and unveil new ideas. Each residency is composed of one artist from Texas, one from elsewhere in the United States, and one from abroad.
The Hudson (Show)Room–named for the facility’s former function as a Hudson automobile dealership–features exhibitions programmed by Artpace’s curatorial staff that showcase work reflecting the organization’s international scope.
Organized in Artpace’s busy Main Avenue windows and in other storefronts across the city, WindowWorks projects activate the art viewing experience from the sidewalk level.
Aiming to inspire, engage, and educate, Artpace gives students access to the ideas and artists of our time. Partnering with over 125 K-12 public schools, 60 community organizations, and 20 universities, Artpace reaches more than 21,000 children, families, and educators annually. Your support of Artpace introduces students of all ages to contemporary art through our unique ArtElements initiatives which encourage them to look, learn, create, and reflect.
Artpace’s artist-centric programming provides unparalleled access to artists. From large-scale efforts like Chalk It Up to ArtTalks lecture programs which bring today’s most notable scholars and artists to San Antonio, Artpace provides the public unprecedented free access to contemporary art and the artists who create it. Your annual contribution helps Artpace inspire audiences to discover the art of our time.
Artpace Executive Director Amada Cruz sits down to discuss the new exhibitions with Hudson (Show)Room and Window Works artists, followed by a Q&A with the audience. Dialogue begins at 7pm. On view through December 28, 2014.
Help us welcome our new International Artists-in-Residence to San Antonio!
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Since opening in 1995, Artpace has welcomed more than 170 resident artists, commissioning significant works which would otherwise not exist.
At the beginning of August, Taylor Browning, Assistant Curator of Education, Teen and University Programs, traveled to Boston with twoRead more