The Artpace Blog

21
Jul

Juana Córdova: Chronicles of Uprooting, Artist Book

During her twenty-year career, Fall 2019 Artpace Resident Juana Córdova has approached topics influenced by the places she has lived. Her work explores the role of the individual in contemporary society and its relationship with nature. Her installations and objects express concern for the environment. Inspired by Juana’s care for nature, in this activity, you […]

15
Jul

San Antonio Current: San Antonio’s Artpace Extends WiFi Coverage to Help Erase the Digital Divide

Although Artpace has closed its doors due to San Antonio’s spike in COVID-19 cases, the nonprofit artist residency program has opened up its parking lot. On Tuesday, Artpace announced on Twitter and Instagram that it extended its WiFi signal across its parking lot, giving the public free access. Anyone wanting to use the network need only park in an assigned Artpace space and […]

14
Jul

Trisha Donnelly: Sound Collage

Trisha Donnelly, 2005 Hudson Showroom Artist, creates artworks that join the realms of sound and visual expression to affect the viewer’s experience.  In this activity, you will use your auditory senses to visualize and create a collage based off a song of your choice.  Materials  A sheet of white paper (any size!)  A sheet of […]

9
Jul

Félix González-Torres: “Untitled” (Beginning)

Felix Gonzalez-Torres’ “Untitled” (Beginning) was originally created and exhibited by the artist during his 1995 Artpace residency. The installation was installed in the Main Space gallery for Artpace’s twentieth anniversary in 2015. Chosen by guest curator Robert Storr, Gonzalez-Torres was the first US-based artist invited for Artpace’s inaugural International Artist-in-Residence program.