September

San Antonio Sept. 8-April 29: “Tangible/Nothing”

Ruby CIty, 150 Camp St.

As the first reinstallation of Ruby City’s permanent collection since the contemporary art center opened in 2019, the exhibition features some 40 works by artists with Texas roots, such as Rick Lowe, Dario Robleto, Alejandro Diaz, Adam Schreiber, Katie Pell, and Chuck Ramirez, as well other national and international artists. Many works represent apparent voids, vestiges of what’s missing, or subjects not pictured–a pair of arms bereft of a body, a woman represented only by her purse, or Miss America seen only as a bobbing crown. Other works represent or incorporate mundane, everyday objects that stand in for big ideas. Admission is free. rubycity.org

 

Beeville Sept. 10-Dec. 17: Michael Kennaugh Exhibition

Beeville Art Museum, 401 E. Fannin

Abstract artist Michael Kennaugh’s work is exhibited, including selected paintings and sculptures. bamtexas.org

October

Sept. 8-April 29 San Antonio: “Tangible/Nothing”

Ruby CIty, 150 Camp St.

As the first reinstallation of Ruby City’s permanent collection since the contemporary art center opened in 2019, the exhibition features some 40 works by artists with Texas roots, such as Rick Lowe, Dario Robleto, Alejandro Diaz, Adam Schreiber, Katie Pell, and Chuck Ramirez, as well other national and international artists. Many works represent apparent voids, vestiges of what’s missing, or subjects not pictured–a pair of arms bereft of a body, a woman represented only by her purse, or Miss America seen only as a bobbing crown. Other works represent or incorporate mundane, everyday objects that stand in for big ideas. Admission is free. rubycity.org

 

Sept. 10-Dec. 17 Beeville: Michael Kennaugh Exhibition

Beeville Art Museum, 401 E. Fannin

Abstract artist Michael Kennaugh’s work is exhibited, including selected paintings and sculptures. Bamtexas.org

 

October 1 San Antonio: Holly Days Arts & Crafts Fair 

Holy Trinity Presbyterian Church, 16245 Nacogdoches Rd., San Antonio, TX 78233

The thirty-first Annual Holly Days Arts and Crafts Fair will be held on October 1, 2022 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.  Admission is free. All craft items are handmade. The craft fair is sponsored by the Women of Holy Trinity Presbyterian Church. 50 artists and crafters will be present. Proceeds from the fair will fund mission projects. Applications for the fair are on the church website: www.holytrinitypres.org. 10 a.m. www.holytrinitypres.org 830-660-8350

 

October 1 San Antonio: Accessibility Fest 

AccessAbility fest offers a gateway to resources, opportunities and recreation for individuals facing barriers to their maximum level of independence due to physical, developmental, sensory and/or mental health challenges. ​The 16th Annual AccessAbility fest will kick-off featuring numerous activities, information sessions, and exhibitors with information, products, programs and services that promote independence and inclusion where individuals with disabilities live, work and play. This FREE celebration includes activities for the whole family to enjoy, demonstrations, webinars and more. Advanced registration is required to attend. Register here. The festival is FREE and OPEN for the public to attend. This event is for individuals of all abilities, including those with physical, developmental, sensory and/or mental health challenges! 09:00am – 2:00pm http://www.accessabilityfest.com/individual-registration.html 2107047262

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