Captivar La Luz: A Latino Experience
Texas Photographic Society and Blue Star Contemporary Art Center present a collaborative exhibition entitled Captivar La Luz: A Latino Experience. The exhibition will be held at Blue Star LAB, an annex of Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, from October 13 - November 27, 2010. The opening reception for this exhibition will be held on Wednesday, October 13, 2010 from 5 to 8 pm, with an award ceremony and Jurors Panel at 7:00 pm.
Submissions were open to photographers of all backgrounds, as long as the subject of their work was related to Latin American life, culture, conflict and/or any social or economic issues in the United States. Artists submitted their works for review by juror Kathy Vargas, a successful artist and photographer. In the end, work from more than 30 artists was selected to be shown in the exhibition.
Captivar La Luz: A Latino Experience is presented as part of PHOTOTexas.
Blue Star LAB is generously made possible by Zurich International Properties, Inc. Gallery hours: Thursday & Friday, noon - 6 pm & by appointment. Blue Star LAB is located at 114 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78205.
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Blue Star Contemporary gratefully acknowledges major support from the City of San Antonio Department for Culture & Creative Development; The Lifshutz Family; Ann Griffith Ash; The Brown Foundation, Inc.; Charles C. Butt; Capital Group; Penelope Speier and Sonny Collins; H-E-B; Ricos Products Co., Inc.; Valero Energy Corporation; and Weston Urban. Additional essential support is provided by 1010 South Flores Lofts and 1111 Austin Highway Lofts; Argo Group; Bury, Inc.; Casa Rio & Schilo's; C.H. Guenther & Son, Inc.; Pat and Geof Edwards; Frost Bank; King William Association; Muñoz and Company; The NRP Group, LLC; Rackspace; Silver Eagle Distributors; Strasburger & Price, LLP; Texas Commission on the Arts; and the Community Partners, Members, Individual Donors, and Board of Directors of Blue Star Contemporary.
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