Associate Educator Ernesto Olivo emphasizes the importance of community outreach and Artpace Chalk It Up. Artpace Chalk It Up 2014 is right around the corner! And it is important to me as an Associate Educator to make sure we get the word out to students and their families about this great free and family-friendly event. […]
At the beginning of August, Taylor Browning, Assistant Curator of Education, Teen and University Programs, traveled to Boston with two You[th]Pace Teen Art Council members to represent Artpace’s teen programs at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston’s sixth annual National Convening for Teens in the Arts. Artpace was the second organization from Texas to be invited—Arthouse […]
From helping Artpace artists realize bold new artworks to locating the best breakfast tacos in San Antonio, Riley Robinson shares his experience in today’s edition of mysa.com’s SA Confidential.
Linda Pace (April 17, 1945–July 2, 2007) “Since founding Artpace, I have learned to trust the creative process, my own as well as that of the artists around me. Artists are by nature people who push everyone’s boundaries. Their work can seem random or irrational, like collected fragments of dreams, but as with dreams, it almost […]