Would you like to participate in BSC’s Red Dot Show? The deadline for submitting your artwork is April 30, 2021.
A multi-institutional initiative intended to introduce the work of artists across the state of Texas to a wider audience.
The second “chapter” of Contemporary Art Month’s all-video exhibition, “Here, the river runs both ways” curated by Doreen A. Rios screens on the exterior of BSC’s building.
The first “chapter” of Contemporary Art Month’s all-video exhibition, “Here, the river runs both ways” curated by Doreen A. Rios screens on the exterior of BSC’s building.
For Contemporary Art Month, Lottie Mae Lounge presents a special pop up exhibition of the work of Jorge Villarreal in partnership with Blue Star Contemporary and Phil Hardberger Park Conservancy, March 6 – 7, 2021.
Submit a poem in response to Jorge Villarreal’s Stop Wars (2020) in National Poetry Month San Antonio’s Ekphrastic Poetry Workshop
For the official opening of Contemporary Art Month 2021, BSC presents a new performance by artist Xavier Gilmore livestreamed online and in-person at the CAM and Slab Cinema drive-in located in the Artpace parking lot of 513 N. Flores St.
To complement the online screening of The Leopard, join artist Isaac Julien in conversation with Ruby City Director Elyse A. Gonzales and Cantor Arts Center, Assistant Curator of Photography and New Media Maggie Dethloff on Facebook Live.
Join Ruby City, Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts, and BSC for a special online presentation of Isaac Julien’s single screen film, The Leopard.
BSC exhibiting artist Theresa Newsome joins artist and UIW Associate Professor Kathy Vargas in conversatino on Facebook Live.