Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

“Our Step, Our Hope: Sister Cities: Gwangju to San Antonio”

“Our Step, Our Hope: Sister Cities: Gwangju to San Antonio”

Chloe Williams, Web and Social Editor September 13, 2022

Gwangju, South Korea and San Antonio, Texas have been sister cities since 1982. Over the last 40 years, the two cities — despite being over 7,000 miles apart — have developed a friendship centered...

Photo by Jake Striebeck

SA art scene thriving

Jake Striebeck September 18, 2019

Artpace introduces new residents for the Fall 2019 Residency Artistic creation and culture are alive and blooming in the heart of San Antonio thanks to Artpace. Located on 445 N. Main Ave, Artpace is...

Artpace: Common Currents 1716-1767

Artpace: Common Currents 1716-1767

Ben Shirani February 7, 2018

Artpace is an artist founded art gallery in San Antonio, TX, known for its in-residence programs hosted three times a year with three artists each. This cycle while the in-residence Artpace artists are...

Taking art to the streets

Taking art to the streets

Leah Feneley October 19, 2017

ArtPace gives life to Houston Street with 14th annual Chalk It Up event.   Artpace–located within the downtown San Antonio area–is one of the many destinations within the city where contemporary...

Rooftop Jazz from an aerial view. Photo courtesy of Artpace

Sunsets and jazz standards

Justice Lovin August 22, 2017

Once a month, on the rooftop of Artpace in downtown San Antonio a crowd gathers for the Rooftop Jazz concert series hosted by Artpace and Trinity’s KRTU–a members only event–which continues deep...

Rolando Lopez describing his work. Photos by Ben Shirani.

Artpace in the summer

Ben Shirani August 22, 2017

On May 15, guest curator Yoshua Okon’s three artists began their residency at Artpace San Antonio. One month later on July 13 Artpace hosted the three artists exhibition opening at 10:30AM at the downtown...

A handful of awards were gifted. Enrique Bonilla, The Paisano

CAMMIE distributes awards to mark the end of CAM

Enrique Bonilla April 5, 2017

March 31 marked the end of contemporary art month or CAM as it is colloquially referred to. The month-long citywide art event focuses on local artists and attempts to spread knowledge on the growing arts...

McVey has experience with painting, sculpting and multimedia art.
Leah Feneley, The Paisano

Professor Benjamin McVey displays work in Artpace

Leah Feneley March 28, 2017

Artpace—located within the Downtown San Antonio area—is one of many destinations within the city where contemporary art is currently flourishing. Artpace is a contemporary art gallery...

Artpace holds sneak preview: the process, the journey

Artpace holds sneak preview: the process, the journey

Ryan Thompson February 23, 2017

San Antonio’s non-profit downtown art gallery, Artpace, has begun its spring season International Artists-in-Residence program. Three artist’s - one international, one national and one Texas-based—are...

Photos by Enrique Bonilla, The Paisano

Artpace hosts latest installment of International Artists-In-Residence

Ryan Thompson November 30, 2016

Downtown non-profit organization Artpace continues to foster the freedom to dream with the latest installment of its International Artists-In-Residence program. Guest art curator Denise Markonish consciously...

Keeping up with Artpace

Ryan Thompson October 5, 2016

ArtPace, a downtown non-profit art organization dedicated to “Nurturing the Freedom to Dream”, presented a preview of its fall exhibit Objectives this past Thursday, Sept. 22 at its Hudson showroom....

Art abounds between Artpace and Hare & Hound

March 31, 2015

After walking up the restored concrete stairs of a nearly hundred-year-old building, visitors are absorbed into Artpace’s featured pieces. Here, their eyes are overwhelmed by a large white room completely...

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