The Artpace Blog

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 […]

31
Oct

Happy Halloween with Linda Pace’s “Orange Crush”

Today we are getting into the Halloween spirit with artist and Artpace founder, Linda Pace’s Orange Crush, which is currently on view in the Hudson (Show)room exhibition, Localized Histories. The orange assemblage even inspired a staff member costume. A few weeks ago a group of students from Fox Tech High School walked over to Artpace during their […]

2
Oct

Seeking Orange, Green, and Red Objects for Chalk It Up Project Inspired by Linda Pace

This year’s 10th annual Chalk It Up is quickly approaching and will not only feature chalk murals by some of San Antonio’s most talented local artists but also a variety of creative activities for children that relate to Artpace’s current Hudson (Show)Room exhibition, Localized Histories. Your help is needed to make a Kidzone project happen. Inspired […]

9
Aug

Artpace Associate Educators meet UT Austin’s Dr. Paul Bolin

Ernesto Olivo touring students through Anya Gallaccio’s “This much is true.” Photo credit Francisco Cortes.   As an Artpace Associate Educator, I am always looking to make my tours special for each individual. There is no standard method when walking students through an exhibition. One has to keep in mind that every student has a […]