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Thursday, March 7, 2019

18 Ways to Make the Most of Contemporary Art Month and Second Saturday

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click to enlarge CLAMP LIGHT ARTIST STUDIOS & GALLERY
  • Clamp Light Artist Studios & Gallery
“CuerposUnidos” Artist-curators Jose Villalobos and Michael Anthony García present work from 14 local, regional and national artists focused on the “varied representations and connotations of the human form, both aesthetic and political.” Free, 7-10pm Fri, Mar. 8, Clamp Light Artist Studios & Gallery, 1704 Blanco Rd., (915) 603-6802, clamplightsa.com.
click to enlarge CENTRO CULTURAL AZTLÁN
  • Centro Cultural Aztlán
“Generations Past, Present, and Future”
Centro Cultural Aztlan celebrates International Women’s Day and Month with an exhibition pairing San Antonio artists Ruth Buentello and Valerie Chagolla. Rooted in painting, Buentello’s work “centers on representations of Latinx working-class communities.” Using oils, Chagolla creates “modern-day and pre-Hispanic Mesoamerican scenes of everyday life.” Friday’s opening reception includes “light refreshments and a very special Flor y Canto featuring poetry by local women and music by Forged in Fire featuring Sabrina Lopez.” Free, 6-9pm Fri, Mar. 8, Centro Cultural Aztlán, 1800 Fredericksburg Rd., Suite #103, (210) 432-1896, centroaztlan.org.
click to enlarge JOSEPH BUSHMAN
  • Joseph Bushman
“Cow-Verse-Ation” Jim LaVilla-Havelin reads from his poetry book West, Poems of a Place, and Joseph Bushman reveals his drawings based on LaVilla-Havelin’s poems. Free, 7-8:30pm Fri, Mar. 8, Mockingbird Handprints, 1420 S. Alamo St., Suite 103, (210) 878-5711, mockingbirdhandprints.com.

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