In an abundance of caution, and according to the guidelines that the City of San Antonio recommends in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Artpace is currently closed to the public until further notice.
Our Spring 2020 International Artist-in-Residence opening and exhibitions have been postponed until a later date can be determined, so as best to highlight the remarkable work this cycle’s artists have accomplished during their residency.
On Thursday, March 19, Artpace will unveil new exhibitions by our Spring 2020 International Artists-in-Residence. Carlos Castro Arias (San Diego, California / Tijuana, Mexico / Bogotá, Colombia), Milagros de la Torre (New York, New York), and Daniel Ramos (Sandy Oaks, Texas) have been in-residence at Artpace since January exploring San Antonio and creating new work.
Meet the artists and curator, then join them in conversation at 6:30pm.
Enjoy free parking at 513 N Flores St and complimentary beer from our local beverage sponsor, Künstler Brewing!
Artpace is always free and open to everyone.
Artpace is a non-profit contemporary art organization located in downtown San Antonio, Texas with residencies, exhibitions, and educational and community programs that nurture the freedom to dream. Artpace supports the creative process and engages audiences with the most innovative art and artists from around the world.
Since 1995, Artpace has welcomed more than 230 artists through its renowned International Artist-in-Residence program. Annually, Artpace hosts three residencies, which each feature one Texas-based artist, one national artist, and one international artist, who are selected by a notable guest curator. Each eight-week residency culminates in a two-month exhibition on site. The mission of this program is to provide artists with unparalleled resources that allow them to experiment with new ideas and take provocative risks. www.artpace.org.
Special thanks to our supporters The Linda Pace Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the City of San Antonio Department of Arts and Culture, the San Antonio Area Foundation, and the Texas Commission on the Arts.