October 11, 2014
Free family fun! Join Artpace for its largest event that takes place the second Saturday of each October along four blocks of downtown’s Houston Street. With chalk art, inventive creative projects, music, food, and more the event is bound to inspire all of the artists in your family.
March 21, 2015, 1:00-4:30pm
Spend a Saturday at Artpace for an afternoon of creation and collaboration. This free event provides such fresh activities as tours, Creation Stations, hands-on responses to Artpace’s exhibitions, workshops with local artists, the city’s largest TASK Party, and an exclusive teen zone.
Artpace Associate Educators engage diverse audiences through presentations, dynamic projects, and meaningful conversations. Contact Artpace for your next festival, career day, weekend workshop, or event at email@example.com.
Texas Open Call
Every summer Texas artists are invited to submit material to be considered for a shortlist that will be reviewed by upcoming guest curators selecting resident artists. Short-listed artists’ material will be examined by three guest curators, who may also conduct studio visits. From this process each curator identifies an innovative Texas artist to become an International Artist-in-Residence.
Food Truck Friday
It’s Friday… the end of the work week, the beginning of the weekend. We’ve stocked up on Topo Chico and are celebrating at Artpace with chilled drinks and our Food Trucks-in-Residence, which pull up to the courtyard at 11am and take lunch orders until 2pm. Join us for a quick bite of curbside cuisine and a taste of contemporary art. Cash only.
Artpace Archives and Resource Library (AARL)
The AARL contains a comprehensive collection of materials on each artist who has participated in the International Artist-in-Residence (IAIR) program, as well as contemporary art monographs, exhibition catalogues, and national and international periodicals that are available for onsite research. For research queries or to make an appointment please call 210.212.4900.
Feel free to also explore our online archive here.