The Artpace Blog

21
Feb

Teen Artist Workshop: Zine Making 101

Recently Artpace hosted a free Teen Artist Workshop, which focused on zine making led by artists Mark Menjivar and Jason Reed. Exploring context, reproduction, and the cultural meaning of images, students in this workshop created zines using ideas gleaned from John Berger’s Ways of Seeing and Mungo Thomson’s current Artpace exhibition, Crickets for Solo and Ensemble. Students examined the history of the […]

10
Feb

Kader Attia, Summer 2014 Artist-in-Residence, in the Press

Upcoming Artpace International Artist-in-Residence Kader Attia (Berlin, Germany & Algiers, Algeria) will be featured in two prominent art publications this month. In the February issue of Artforum, Attia is featured in an article titled “All the Difference in the World: Martha Diawara on the Art of Kader Attia.” Diawara suggests that “One way of thinking […]

29
Jan

Recommended Reading in the Resource Library

Has an Artpace exhibition ever left you wanting more? You can delve deeper into the work of our artist alumni and the history of contemporary art in our Resource Library!  The Library houses over 1,000 books featuring Artpace alumni, many of which were donated by the artists themselves (aren’t they the best!), and recent issues […]

28
Jan

SA2020 at Artpace

This morning the SA2020 team and members of the San Antonio government, including Mayor Julián Castro, convened at Artpace for a press conference promoting SA2020 Resolutions. SA2020 is “a list of goals created by the people of San Antonio in 2010 based on their collective vision for our city in the year 2020,”arts and culture, civic engagement, downtown development, […]