2017 Exhibition Schedule

 

THRU JANUARY 14: “Embroidering the Old Spanish Trail,” an installation by fiber artist Laurel Gibson, plus lectures on the Old Spanish Trail Auto Highway, music and culture of 1920s San Antonio; funded in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and Texas Commission on the Arts.

JANUARY: installion of new exhibitions at GO! Arts sites

FEBRUARY 17-19, 2017: 10th Annual On & Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour; On & Off Fred group exhibition continues at Bihl Haus through Closing Reception on Sunday, March 5, with a concert in celebration of Women's History Month featuring vocalist Azul and percussionist Nina Rordriguez with George Prado (bass) and Aaron Prado (keyboard),

MARCH 25-MAY 6, 2017: "Tafsiri – Interpretations"Naomi Wanjiku, in conjuncton with Women's History Month, CAM and Poetry Month SA. Artist gallery talk n April 1. 

MAY 20-JULY 11, 2017: Cuba show (title TBA), organized by guest curator Adrian Rumbaut (Cienfuegos, Cuba), and featuring the art of 5 Cuban artists visiting from Cienfuegos, emphasizing that contemporary Cuban art is happening not only in Havana but across the island. Opening Reception: music by Cuban band "Cienfuegos"(Austin).  Speakers/panel on June 3, June 23 and July 15.

JULY-AUGUST: installion of new exhibitions at all GO! Arts sites

AUGUST 27-SEPTEMBER 23: WORK (for Fotoseptiembre): A juried group exhibition on the American worker developed in response to a long line of systematic attacks on working-class and middle-class Americans at the local, state and federal levels that make it as difficult as possible for working people to join unions and that diminish their basic rights and protections. Speakers/panel on Sept. 9 and 23.

SEPTEMBER30-OCTOBER 7: VSA annual exhibition

OCTOBER 15-NOVEMBER 11: Dia de los Muertos altar and special programming by David Zamoa Casas, plus Dia de los Muertos workshops at mulitple GO! Arts sites

NOVEMBER 18-DECEMBER 16: Visiting Artist from Mysore, India

2018 Programming: Bihl Haus commemorates the San Antonio Tricentennial with an entire year of programming informed by critical commentary and diverse historical perspectives on the meaning of the Tricentennial.  We are currently seeking thoughful proposals with deep and broad context and meaning from diverse voices across the City. Think 300 years in the past and 300 years in the future. Contact us with your ideas and proposals This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
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