Media Contact: Libby D. Tilley
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May 4 ?ly 16, 2006
Reception and Artist Walk-Thru
May 4, 2006: reception 6:30-8:00 PM, walk-thru 7:00 PM
Brown Bag Lunch
Wednesday, June 14, 12:00-1:00 PM
Join Curator Kate Green for a provocative tour about the art of creating art by California-based artist Frances Stark and a brown bag lunch provided by Sip ($6.50). Please call Artpace for menu and reservations.
On Screen at Artpace: Dario Robleto
Land of Silence and Darkness
May 18, 2006 6:30 PM
The final screening of former Artpace resident Dario Robleto?spring series exploring the value of mourning and longing, ideas at the core of his own artwork.
Land of Silence and Darkness, 1971. German filmmaker Werner Herzog pioneered the genre of non-fiction cinema, challenging the notion that ?uth?equires no augmentation of reality. One of his best known documentaries, Land follows the story of a blind and deaf woman who confronts the human impulse to communicate. 85 minutes. Free admission. Popcorn by Liberto Foods.
Gerda Steiner and Jšrg Lenzlinger, Do-Ho Suh, and Luz Mar’a S‡nchez
Thursday, May 25, 6:30-8pm
Dine-in and welcome New Works: 06.2 International Artists-in-Residence from Switzerland, New York, and Texas. Please bring any dish that serves twelve and RSVP by May 24.
Camp Artpace: Elementary School Students
Art in the City: Looking and Making
June 5-9, 9-5pm daily
Led by Artpace educators and artists, Camp Artpace maximizes creativity! Upcoming resident artist Kateie Pell uses age-specific programs to encourage children of various ages to look, learn, create and reflect. Campers gain skills to express themselves through a variety of media, while developing a greater appreciation and understanding of art.
For more information or to register contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 210 212 4900.
WindowWorks: Ethel Shipton
June 15 ?ptember 10, 2006
Whether making a mark on paper, a sculpture for the wall or an intervention in the public realm, San Antonio-based Ethel Shipton consistently challenges context and draws on the power of the unexpected. Shipton will engage the indoor/outdoor nature of creating work for an interior space that is primarily experienced from the exterior.
Artpace San Antonio serves as a laboratory for the creation and advancement of international contemporary art. Artpace believes that art is a dynamic social force that inspires individuals and defines cultures. Our residencies, exhibitions, and education programs nurture the creative expression of emerging and established artists, while actively engaging youth and adult audiences.
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