Travel Distance curated by Amber Zora

This exhibition features artworks that represent how veterans and their families have processed, moved through, reflected, purged and reclaimed their experience around military service. The exhibition features 8 veteran and actively serving artists and two artists from military families.

Andreas Till: De Ami

A narrative photographic and archives based exhibition on the presence of American troops between 1945 and 2013 in Heidelberg, Germany and the relationship between Germans and Americans, including the artists Grandmother and American journalist Ralph Emerson McGill.

The Veterans Book Project

A library of books authored collaboratively by artist Monica Haller and dozens of people who have been affected by, and have archives of, the American wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Other Side

Four films referencing ideas of transitions and events that foundationally change someone.

Fake Plastic Forest

Featuring the work of four contemporary photographers and lens based artists dealing with themes of artifice, truth and fiction, and the theatricality of our interactions with nature.

NYFA Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program Round 2

Group exhibition at Centro de Artes (101 S. Santa Rosa) features participants from NYFA Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program Round 2 and includes work by BSC’s MOSAIC Student Artist Program artists

The Sitter at TXST

For the Spring 2022 semester Blue Star Contemporary in collaboration with Texas State University’s Photography Program presents an abridged version of our Summer 2021 exhibition, The Sitter. The exhibition design for the Sabinal Gallery was completed by Angela Gomez, a current TXST art history student.

Justin Korver: Buck

San Antonio artist Justin Korver’s solo exhibition Buck explores the gendered language of hunting and sportsman culture.

Jimmy James Canales: The Line Layer

San Antonio artist Jimmy James Canales presents a large-scale installation in BSC’s Project Space gallery inspired by play, personal myth-making, and fantasy in the response to life-altering experiences of travel, loss, parenthood, and the pandemic.

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