BSC’s MOSAIC Student Artist Program artists debut new poster-based works in first offsite exhibition in California at Axis Gallery.
BSC travels Hye-Ryoung Min’s photographic series Re-Membrance of the Remembrance to Texas State University’s Sabinal Photo Gallery.
Artist Theresa Newsome’s solo exhibition features work reflecting on the murder of unarmed black men in the United States, either by police brutality or unchecked racism.
Artists Sergio De La Torre and Chris Treggiari’s collaboration highlights immigration policy in the U.S.
At a time when we feel compelled to engage our community in the safety of the outdoors, BSC’s facade features rotating public artworks that extend programming happening inside the galleries and through online engagement.
Ryan Takaba’s installation at BSC expands on his investigations from his Berlin Residency at Künstlerhaus Bethanien and his ongoing research on death rite rituals.
Not only is BSC’s annual Red Dot Art Sale a major fundraiser that sustains its exhibitions and education programs, it is also a diverse survey of artwork by San Antonio artists. Make a reservation to view the Red Dot Show in person beginning September 23, 2020.
This timely, diverse, and innovative group exhibition explores themes of collectivity, the municipal, property, architecture, and the control and regulation of bodies.
ICI’s traveling exhibition initiated by Alaina Claire Feldman, Becky Nahom, and Sanna Almajedi
Featuring artist Rand Renfrow