This is a past event.

"CuerposUnidos"

With this CAM exhibit, which is a collaborative effort between Clamp Light Artist Studios & Gallery and Poca Madre Arts (a D.C.-based organization with central TX ties), 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.” Working in various mediums, the artists in the exhibit will, necessarily, express and explore very distinct, subjective relationships to bodies (including, and especially, their own). The first part of this exciting exhibit will open with a reception on March 8, while the second part will open on March 22. Then, on June 14, the two parts will come together as a whole and be on view in Austin at the Museum of Human Achievement. Following the opening reception, "CuerposUnidos" remains on view by appointment through March 29.

Venue Details

Nearby

  • or

Newsletters

Join SA Current Newsletters

Subscribe now to get the latest news delivered right to your inbox.

Magical moments from Taco Fest 2022 in San Antonio's Travis Park

San Antonians love their tacos, and they also love their tunes. That much was apparent at Taco Fest: Music Y Más, held Saturday…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Magical moments from Taco Fest 2022 in San Antonio's Travis Park
227 slides

All the fun-loving folks we saw at Taco Fest, San Antonio's taco-fueled music festival

The third installment of Taco Fest: Music Y Más spiced up Travis Park on Saturday with a mix of music, food and…

By San Antonio Current Staff

All the fun-loving folks we saw at Taco Fest, San Antonio's taco-fueled music festival
292 slides

Everything we saw as hundreds took to San Antonio's streets for the Bans Off Our Bodies rally

Hundreds of San Antonians descended on Main Plaza Saturday as part of a nationwide protest against the likelihood the U.S. Supreme Court…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Everything we saw as hundreds took to San Antonio's streets for the Bans Off Our Bodies rally
189 slides

A retired AT&T exec is selling his $3.8 million Olmos Park estate with an Olympic-sized pool

Retired AT&T executive Willam E. Dreyer and his wife Linda have listed their Olmos Park home for nearly $3.8 million. Tucked at…

By San Antonio Current Staff

A retired AT&T exec is selling his $3.8 million Olmos Park estate with an Olympic-sized pool
36 slides