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Fall Artist Welcome Potluck

Artpace revives a community favorite with the return of Artist Welcome Potlucks. Scheduled for September 19, the fall potluck welcomes beloved San Antonio painter Ana Fernandez, London’s Alice Khalilova and New York’s Clifford Owens — all of whom were chosen for Artpace's International Artist-in-Residence program by London-based guest curator Morgan Quaintance. While Max’s Wine Dive will provide the main dish and Artpace will supply the drinks, members of the community are invited to “complement the menu” by bringing a dish, side or desert. Billed as a “casual evening of food, friends, and the future as we talk to the new residents about their practice and their upcoming projects at Artpace,” the potluck is centered around artist presentations that begin at 7pm.

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  • Artpace

    445 N. Main Ave., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 212-4900

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