The Rosenberg School of Optometry
Through February, 2020
Created by sixty-nine Gentileschi Aegis Gallery Association members, the exhibition “Honoring Women” celebrates women through contemporary portraiture. This particular GAGA exhibit has traveled Texas, going as far as Fort Worth Cultural Community Center, and was first shown in 2016 at the Guadalupe Cultural Center in San Antonio. Portraits are found in a variety of mediums and include Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, Ann Richards, Mother Teresa, Emma Tenayuca, Frida Kahlo etc. A full-color catalog is available.
2020 Seeing The Abstract Terrain
The Carver Community Cultural Center
Opening Reception: January 16th, 6 - 8pm, Through March 13th, 2020
Calling attention to the coincidence and, perhaps, the significance of the New Year, 20/20 is an auspicious number for visual artists. It signifies perfect vision. This is an exhibition about seeing a different way, and celebrates some artists who dare investigate the world through creative eyes.
Sally Astleford • Lisa Mara Bell • Lesta Frank • Nancy Gerfers • Anna Gordy • Mary James • Kathrine Lamb • Elizabeth McCown • Loretta Medellin • Lisa Meyer • Thelma Muraida • Virginia Ridgeway • Caroline Royall • Mary Runner • Bibi Saidi • Walton Selig • Marilyn Sherer • Donna Simon • Stefani Job Spears • Paula Sussman • Pamela Taylor • Nancy Vandenberg • Denise Varner • Lisa Walker •Leslie Williams
RETROSpECTIVE/CELEBRATING TEN YEARS
UNIVERSITY OF INCARNATE WORD SUMMER 2020
Retrospective sheds light on who we are, where we have been
and where we are going as we enter into a new decade.
Collaborative installations from past GAGA All-Member exhibitions representing
over 80 women artists members from Haiti, Spain, Mexico, France. Puerto Rico, Iran,
San Antonio and South Texas.
MODERN WOMAN/MY STORY
CELEBRATING 100 years of Women's sUFFRAGE
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, SAN ANTONIO JULY 2020
CURATED BY SCOTT SHERER
An all-member GAGA exhibition focusing on contemporary women's
emerging stories. Introducing an installation by Chel Delaney.