Calendar

WELCOME, to a fantastic 2019 calendar of events!

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CAM 2019 Calendar Now Accepting New Submissions

Contemporary Art Month, San Antonio (CAM) announces its calendar is open for submissions for March 2019. The CAM calendar is open to all San Antonio area artists, curators, directors, club owners, producers, events managers, and arts organizations to announce and promote events, shows, and exhibitions that promote Contemporary Art in San Antonio taking place during the month of March 2019.

In 2019 CAM is once again partnering with the San Antonio CURRENT which will feature the entire calendar in the printed edition throughout the month of March. Any events to be published in the printed calendar should be received by midnight February 14, 2019 without exception.

The cost of announcing is minimal and only a single charge per venue, not per event. Any venue may submit numerous events to promote throughout the month with the single price per venue.  The payment schedule is as follows:

Artist Run Spaces: $15

Commercial Run Space: $30

Institutions: $50

For more information on the Contemporary Art Month calendar please visit: http://contemporaryartmonth.com/calendar/

Please direct any and all inquiries to:

Nina Hassele

(210) 630-0235

info@contemporaryartmonth.com

Feb
28
Thu
Form + Function: a visual discussion @ DAMAS
Feb 28 @ 6:00 PM – Apr 26 @ 10:00 PM
Form + Function: a visual discussion @ DAMAS

Join us in the Upstairs Studios at Blue Star on First Thursday and First Friday from 6pm-10pm for the opening receptions of our CAM show.

We will be pairing works by artists Linda Perez and Audrey LeGalley to address the idea of worth and to build a discussion around why we value what we value.

About the artists:

Linda Perez became a ceramic artist in 2006 while simultaneously raising a herd of beef cattle on her South Texas ranch. Upon becoming a charter vendor of The Pearl Farmers Market in San Antonio in 2009, she began researching traditional ceramic cookware and integrating these vessels into her practice. Linda furthered her studies at the Southwest School of Art where she now teaches. She has also studied and held residencies at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts. Her custom designed and fabricated tableware can be found within Supper at Hotel Emma and Cured at The Pearl, among other notable Texas hot spots in San Antonio, Austin, and Marfa. She continues to live and work from her ranch where ceramics and cattle are a daily part of life.

Audrey LeGalley is a Texas-raised artist who utilizes mediums including porcelain and fibers to explore themes of anxiety, fragility and domesticity. Drawing on childhood memories and experiences she discusses familial relationships and emotional structures through sculptures and compositions. Recently, she has been recreating domestic objects out of porcelain to present a metaphor for fragility and fear. Audrey received her BFA from The Southwest School of Art in 2018 and was given the “Best in Show Award” for her work in the Senior Thesis exhibition. She is currently a resident at Clamp Light where she continues to develop and show her work.

Mar
1
Fri
Form + Function: a visual discussion @ DAMAS
Mar 1 @ 6:00 PM – Apr 27 @ 10:00 PM
Form + Function: a visual discussion @ DAMAS

Join us in the Upstairs Studios at Blue Star on First Thursday and First Friday from 6pm-10pm for the opening receptions of our CAM show.

We will be pairing works by artists Linda Perez and Audrey LeGalley to address the idea of worth and to build a discussion around why we value what we value.

About the artists:

Linda Perez became a ceramic artist in 2006 while simultaneously raising a herd of beef cattle on her South Texas ranch. Upon becoming a charter vendor of The Pearl Farmers Market in San Antonio in 2009, she began researching traditional ceramic cookware and integrating these vessels into her practice. Linda furthered her studies at the Southwest School of Art where she now teaches. She has also studied and held residencies at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts. Her custom designed and fabricated tableware can be found within Supper at Hotel Emma and Cured at The Pearl, among other notable Texas hot spots in San Antonio, Austin, and Marfa. She continues to live and work from her ranch where ceramics and cattle are a daily part of life.

Audrey LeGalley is a Texas-raised artist who utilizes mediums including porcelain and fibers to explore themes of anxiety, fragility and domesticity. Drawing on childhood memories and experiences she discusses familial relationships and emotional structures through sculptures and compositions. Recently, she has been recreating domestic objects out of porcelain to present a metaphor for fragility and fear. Audrey received her BFA from The Southwest School of Art in 2018 and was given the “Best in Show Award” for her work in the Senior Thesis exhibition. She is currently a resident at Clamp Light where she continues to develop and show her work.

Mar
5
Tue
Pamela Ortiz Swart | Traditions @ Credit Human Shaenfield Financial Center | Lobby
Mar 5 @ 5:00 PM – May 10 @ 7:00 PM
Pamela Ortiz Swart | Traditions @ Credit Human Shaenfield Financial Center | Lobby

Pamela Ortiz Swart | Traditions

Opening Night March 5, 2019 5-7 PM
Credit Human Shaenfield Financial Center | Lobby
7915 W Loop 1604, Suite 111, San Antonio, TX. 78254

Lone Star Art Space is honored to present the works of Pamela Ortiz Swart a San Antonio, Texas based contemporary artist. She received her Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from UTSA with a concentration in painting. Along with her studies in art, she has travels to Mexico, Japan, and the Middle East to inspired her work with a multi- cultural, multi-dimensional, contemporary narrative. The work will be on view February 18 through May 3, 2019, and is part of 2019 Contemporary Art Month San Antonio.

About Her Work
Pamela’s paintings are inspired by her connectedness with nature, her cultural heritage and by her beautiful five daughters. Her artistry pushes the boundaries of convention by bridging textiles, painting and sculpture.

Pamela has exhibited work at The McNay Art Museum, The Mexic-Arte Museum, UTSA Art Gallery, The Guadalupe Cultural Art Center, Galeria E.V.A., The Weston Center, The San Antonio International Airport, Vino Palooza, Mercury Project, Lone Star Art Space, Greller Gallery, The Maestro Center, in addition to solo exhibitions at private Galleries and homes. Ortiz Swart participated in “Common Currents” a Tricentennial event, artist exhibition. Her work can be found in private collections in Japan, Israel, Europe, Mexico and in the U.S. Pamela currently serves on the Arts and Culture Committee at the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

This exhibit is curated by Lone Star Art Space an Artist Incubation Space located 107 Lone Star Blvd., San Antonio, TX. 78204 – in the heart of Lone Star Art District and has been made possible through the generosity of the Credit Human Financial Health Center and Members.