The Colloquium III
WHO: Leslie Raymond and Jason Jay Stevens (Potter-Belmar Labs) organize each Colloquium; the presenters are different every time. This instance will include San Antonio-based artists Beto Gonzalez, Stuart Allen, Rex Hausmann, and Sarah Jones, among others.
WHAT: The Colloquium is a free and open forum for artists in San Antonio to show their work and talk about their motivations, ideas, passions, and purpose. This is the third Colloquium; its two previous iterations have featured artists such as Chuck Ramirez, David Alcantar, Sabra Booth, Raul Castellanos, The Prime Eights, Chris Sauter, Randy Wallace, Guillermina Zabala. Each artist gets 13 minutes to show their stuff via slideshows, talks, video screenings, performances, or all of the above. Afterward, the audience asks questions, makes comments, and engages in discussions with the artist. Artists of any medium, any level, any convictions can send materials to be considered for participation in the next Colloquium.
116 Blue Star, San Antonio, TX 78204
(210) 227-6960 | Contact Us | Hours
Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum gratefully acknowledges major support from the City of San Antonio Department for Culture & Creative Development, the Lifshutz Family, the National Endowment for the Arts, and Ricos Products Co., Inc. Additional essential support is provided by Alamo Beer, Alturas Foundation, Argo Group, Boeing Employee Community Fund, The Capital Group Company: Home of American Funds, Citrus at Hotel Valencia, H-E-B, Hotel Valencia, The Flohr Family Foundation, Frost Bank, The Arts Fund, Luther King Capital Management, Mission Pharmacal, Muñoz and Company, The NRP Group LLC, NuStar Energy LP, Rackspace, RBC, Republic National Distributing Company, Silver Eagle Distributors LP, The Smothers Foundation, Strasburger & Price, LLP, Texas Commission on the Arts, The Trust Company, Valero Energy, and the Community Partners, Members, Individual Donors, and Board of Directors of Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum.
© Contemporary Art For San Antonio 2013