Tag Archives: Contemporary Art Month

Ruby City Fiesta Medal Features Symbols of Inclusive Transfeminism

Ruby City Fiesta Medal Features Symbols of Inclusive Transfeminism

Ruby City, the Linda Pace Foundation’s arts complex on Camp Street in Southtown, unveiled its 2019 Fiesta medal, which this year is designed by local artist Suzy González. The medal, titled Prayers to the People, features two hands united in prayer holding beads that lead to a rose with gender symbols referencing an inclusive transfeminism.

SA2020 Panel to Discuss Diversity in Local Arts

SA2020, Contemporary Art Month (CAM), the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center (CAM) and the city’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion are presenting a panel discussion on March 29 to discuss diversity and inclusion in the arts. The SA2020 announcement says, “With our fantastic panelists and an audience Q&A, we hope to open a dialogue about inclusion

More Than Words features Ramirez, Diaz

More Than Words “History of Text in Visual Art” Ruiz-Healy Art 201-A East Olmos Drive ruizhealyart.com April 11 at 1pm, Ruiz-Healy Art will host “History of Text in Visual Art” by guest lecturer Ruben Cordova in conjunction with its current exhibition More Than Words: Text Based Artworks. “We are very excited to have Ruben Cordova,”

The Color of Blind exhibition takes over Brick

March 21-22, 6:30pm Free Brick, 108 Blue Star (210) 262-8653, facebook.com/BrickatBlueStar Curated by Trina Bacon, The Color of Blind provides guests with a unique experience where they can perceive art without actually being able to see it. The third annual interactive art show invites guests to touch, smell and taste the art, providing them with a

Pink Leche and Seven Minutes in Heaven

Artist Jessica Garcia denies ever spending the night at the Fox Motel. But for the last four years, she has been curating the annual erotic art show “Seven Minutes in Heaven” at the infamous motel located at 302 Newell Avenue. On March 7 between 6-10 pm Garcia, along with nine participating artists, will take over