Archive for September, 2008

• Gemini Ink Inkstravaganza

And finally, after four weeks of a non-stop wine and cheese marathon, we attend the last opening event for the FOTOSEPTIEMBRE USA 2008 Festival. Gemini Ink, a jewel in San Antonio’s art community, presents the Gemini Ink Inkstravaganza, the literary organization’s annual fundraiser -which includes a photography auction featuring prints donated by established artists and […]

• Schiebel-Richardson Gallery

Housed in the offices of the architectural firm, John J. Speegle and Associates, the Schiebel-Richardson Gallery presents the exhibit 36 8 X 10, a display of photographs of architectural details, organized by John Speegle. The opening receptions for these exhibits always draw a crowd from San Antonio’s eclectic community of architects and designers. Schiebel-Richardson Gallery […]

• The Witte Museum

As participants in the FOTOSEPTIEMBRE USA Festival since 2002, The Witte Museum, as is its mission, has always excelled in presenting quality exhibits, vintage and contemporary, that are culturally and contextually relevant to the South Texas region. For the 2008 Festival, the museum is hosting La Cultura Trasciende Fronteras: A Personal Portrait of Tejanos and […]

• Semmes Library

As part of their educational outreach program, coordinated by Roland Mazuca, Blue Star Contemporary Art presents a series of exhibits and workshops at the Julia Yates Semmes Branch Library, which anchors the Southeast corner of Comanche Park at the intersection of Judson and Nacogdoches. The Semmes Library -a very pleasing, dramatic, airy structure designed by the San […]

• Centro Cultural Aztlan

With a few dozen participating photographers of all stripes, and an attendant cast of hundreds, all in party mode, the opening reception for the exhibit ¡Presente! – Photography And The Art Of The Present Moment at Centro Cultural Aztlan, coordinated by photographer Deborah Keller-Rihn, was at times more like a festive bazaar than an opportunity for art contemplation. […]

• Trinity University

Exhibiting in the Trinity University Dicke Art Building Art Gallery, is Trish Simonite -photographic artist and Trinity professor- who is presenting Traces: The History Of Flint, a series of her new digital images. With a well-balanced combination of natural and artificial light, the simple, elegantly appointed gallery, provides visitors with a pleasing, unhurried environment for viewing art. […]