CURRENT & UPCOMING

By the Olive Trees: A Project by Benjamin Rasmussen and Michael Friberg about the Lives of Syrian Refugees in Jordan

  • Opening Reception Thursday, September 22nd 6:30pm – 8pm
  • Meet the Artists, 4x5 Photo Fair September 24th 10am – 5pm
  • Cultural Conversations Panel October 18, 2016

September 22 - October 21, 2016

www.bytheolivetrees.com

www.benjaminrasmussenphoto.com

www.michaelfriberg.com

PAST

June 11 - September 2, 2016

Performance and Shared Table Dinner No. 4 Saturday, August 27, 2016

1119 S. St. Mary's

In-kind: Period Modern, Stacey Hill and Superior Printing Co. 

www.polyglotgallery.com

www.yuliyalanina.com

  • Maybe It Was All A Dream, Installation by Blue Star Contemporary Exhibitions Manager Jack McGilvray

“I present the observer with a non-linear photographic narrative—one ungrounded, lost in space and time. These images are an invitation to step into a dream. Can you recall a period in your life that no longer seems real, not just because of a temporal distance, but a chasm of trauma that your mind cannot cross, as if the former you entered and emerged a stranger? As time passes, that past seems out of reach. In contrast, the imagined and found feel like truths rising to the surface, the realest things in a dream-like present. You begin looking everywhere for clues.

This body of work is about the tide between pain and the sublime. Have you ever felt lost in the haze of another world and looked back at the world you left behind? Sometimes those worlds feel at opposite ends of a galaxy. At other times, the reconciliation of your pre and post-chasm self seems to rely only on finding the right clues.”

March 18 - April 15, 2016

www.jacquelinemcgilvray.com

  • The Mobile Mill + Western Drive Papermaking and Scent Workshop

This two-hour workshop located at Guenther’s Upper Mill in hand papermaking includes live demonstrations in hollander-beating (pulp-making from recyclable fibers) and hands-on instruction in western style sheet-pulling using traditional wooded mould-and-deckle sets. Working with portable studio equipment via a push-cart transported by truck, The Mobile Mill travels to San Antonio for Contemporary Art Month, setting up at Guenther's Upper Mill in King William District. 

The workshop collaborates with artist Kellen Walker’s Western Drive perfume series, planned to forage forest materials in North Texas, specifically the location where Walker’s performance and perfumes of Western Drive originated, to be made into handmade paper. The paper will end up as perfume blotter strips for the Western Drive line, and for a limited-edition, scented artist book.

All tools and materials are provided by The Mobile Mill.

Saturday March 19th, 2016

11am-1pm

Guenther’s Upper Mill

www.kellenwalker.com

www.themobilemill.tumblr.com

  • Shared Table No. 3

A Fresh Menu Derived from Mexico by Local Chefs Casey Miller and Corie Dilley 

Passed Plates to Begin, Three Courses, Drinks and Dessert

Table Seats 12-15 Guests, $50 

RSVP faith@hauscollectivesa.com

Friday March 11, 2016 7pm

  • All The Best Parts, MFA Brittany Ham UTSA

Oil Paint, Watercolor Monoprint, Fabric Appliqué

"I rely on this process of amalgamation to combine body parts until they seem to lose their sense of human form all together. Once simplified into abstracted shapes, I begin to explore what the best parts of man have to offer."

February 4 - March 11, 2016

  • Second Biannual Exhibition 50 Artists / 250 Works with French & Michigan Gallery

Featured Artists: Fernando Andrade, Sunday Ballew, Chris Castillo,  Shannon Crider, Carol Cunningham, Alyssa Danna, Esteban Delgado, Joseph Duarte, Keeton Foreman Sarah Fox, Jorge Garza, Shannon Gowen, Larry Graeber, Rafael F. Gutierrez Jr., Brittany Ham, Wesley Harvey, Leonardo Hernandez, Kelly Johnston, Soomin Jung, Justin Korver, Jaelah Kuemichel, Qing Liu, Scott Martin, Jack McGilvray, Mark Menjivar, Laura Mijangos, Amada Miller, Michele Monseau, Andrea Moon, Gissette Padilla, Jillian Palone, Justin Parr, Lee Michael Peterson, Lisa Qualls, Rainey, Randi Renate, Anthony Rundblade, Gary Schott, Jen Frost Smith, Polly Lanning Sparrow, Cornelia White Swann, Anabel Toribio-Martinez, Tom Turner, Kristina VandeWalle, Barbara Warren, Sandy Whitby, Ali Wiesse, Jason Willome, Andrew John Wit, Guillermina Zabala.

December 5, 2015 - January 30, 2015

  • EMERGENTE: Haus Collective and Artemisa Gallery New York

Featured Artists: Carla Albrecht Gimbatti, Luciana Levinton, Rebeca Mendoza, Martin Palottini, Isabel Peña, Marcela Sinclair, Alejandro Thornton, Matías Waizmann.

September 15, 2015 - November 15, 2015

http://www.artemisagallery.com/

Equinox Gallery

http://www.equinoxjewelrygallery.com

September 15, 2015 - October 15, 2015

  • Xavier Gilmore, 40 New Works: Illustration Design, Painting, Drawing, New Media

www.xaviergilmore.net

August 6, 2015 - September 10, 2015

  • Robert Pecina, Jr., How Long How Far How Much

http://www.robertpecinajr.com/

June 4, 2015 - July 31, 2015

  • Cosima Bucarelli, pom2pom Shop

www.pom2pom.com

June 4, 2015 - July 31, 2015

  • Maps Glover, The Infinities between Wakefulness & Dreams Installation

April 2, 2015 - May 20, 2015

Period Modern

www.periodmodern.com

  • Anthony Rundblade, The Emotional Consequence of the Non Sequitor: Things Made for Bill B. and T. Tzara

www.rundbladeworks.com

February 6, 2015 - March 6, 2015

Montage Vintage

www.montagestyle.com

February 6, 2015 - March 6, 2015