• View of the Künstlerhaus Bethanien block
  • Street View, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin

Blue Star Contemporary Berlin Residency

As the exclusive U.S. partner of the Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Blue Star Contemporary annually selects four artists residing in Bexar County to take part in three-month residencies in Berlin, Germany. While in residence, the artists are given a studio and living space, as well as access to workshops, exhibition opportunities, and studio visits with international curators.

Blue Star Berlin Open Call

About the Künstlerhaus Bethanien

A non-profit organization that has earned a worldwide reputation for its international residency studio program, Künstlerhaus Bethanien gives 25 artists from around the world yearlong residencies at their fully-appointed facility in the heart of Berlin’s vibrant art scene. It aims to establish a lively dialogue between artists from various backgrounds and disciplines and the public at large. More information about the Künstlerhaus Bethanien 
can be found online here.

Blue Star Selected Artists for 2016-2017 Berlin Residency Program

The 2016-2017 Blue Star Contemporary Berlin Residency Program is made possible in part by the support of City of San Antonio Department for Culture and Creative Development and Michael McGowan.

Blue Star Selected Artists for 2015-2016 Berlin Residency Program

The 2015-2016 Blue Star Contemporary Berlin Residency Program is made possible in part by the support of City of San Antonio Department for Culture and Creative Development 1010 South Flores Lofts and 1111 Austin Highway Lofts.

Blue Star Selected Artists for 2014-2015 Berlin Residency Program

The 2014-15 Blue Star Contemporary Berlin Residency Program is made possible in part by the support of City of San Antonio Department for Culture and Creative Development 1010 South Flores Lofts and 1111 Austin Highway Lofts, Ann and Bill FitzGibbons, Ruth Chang and Russell Nadeau, and Ruiz-Healy Art.

Blue Star Selected Artists for 2013-2014 Berlin Residency Program

Supporters of the 2013 - 2014 cycle of the program included:

City of San Antonio Office for Cultural and Creative Development, the University of Texas San Antonio, Palo Alto College and 1010 South Flores Lofts and 1111 Austin Highway Lofts.