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"Plasticity"

In addition to the 30th anniversary of Blue Star, the 2016 edition of CAM marks the fifth anniversary of Amada Miller’s Hello Studio. After showcasing 50-plus Texas artists in a compact locale, the artist-run space is stretching its wings in a freshly refurbished upstairs unit combining a gallery and three studios — one of which is dedicated to a new residency program. As the inaugural resident, painter T. Hopkins unveils the fruits of his labor with “Plasticity,” an exhibition highlighting his practice of repurposing plastic bags and other discarded items as unlikely canvases.

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  • Hello Studio

    1420 S. Alamo St., Unit 209 San Antonio

    (210) 291-8640

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