Tuesday, March 26

6 p.m. Exhibit: “Bite Like a Kitty”

Guadalupe Gallery (723 S. Brazos St.) presents “Bite Like a Kitty,” an
annual group show featuring five San Antonio artists. The show is curated by
Bill Arning, the executive director of the Contemporary Art Museum Houston,
with music provided by DJ Mike. Food and beverages sponsored by the Chili
Queens and Blue Moon Beer. Admission is free.

 

Wednesday, March 27

12 p.m. Exhibit: “Machas and Trannies y Queers OH MY!”

Casa
de Cultura La Victoria (217 Castillo) presents work from various artists who
reside in the east and west coast of Mexico. The exhibit features work from
Adriana Garcia, Margo Rivera-Weiss and others while highlighting the themes of
sexuality. Admission is free.

 

Thursday, March 28

7-11 p.m. Exhibit: “Moral Sense”

PLAZMO
Contemporary (1101 W. Woodlawn) will present Moral Sense. James Supa Medrano
explores the contrast between the concept of good and bad with right and wrong
in his new work. Admission is free.

 

Friday, March 29

6-9 p.m. Exhibit: “Rust and White”

Curator
Laura Wood presents artist Dyan Green’s body of work, “Rust and White” at
Equinox Gallery (418 Villita Street). Green’s works embellish familiar objects
in ornate works of art using pins. Admission is free.

 

7-10 p.m. “Free Teen Night: Art After Dark”

The McNay Art Museum (6000 N. New Braunfels) with Lance Letcher, will
present “Free Teen Night: Art After Dark.” High school students are encouraged
to bring picnic supplies to make collaborative sculptures and to Instagram
bizarre subjects. The event includes food and music. Admission is free.

 

Saturday, March 30

7:30-11:30 p.m. Exhibit: “Art in the Land of OZ”

OZ-Modern (207 E. Hildebrand), will present artists Robert Tatum, Adrian
Herrera, Paco Felici and Joshua Perez in “Art in the Land of OZ.” Admission is
free.

 

Sunday, March 31

11 a.m.-7 p.m. Exhibit: “Paintings, Prosecco and Peacocks”

Franco
Mondini-Ruiz’s studio (2710 Leal Street) presents “Paintings, Prosecco and
Peacocks” by artist Franco Mondini-Ruiz. Mondini-Ruiz is an American artist
that incorporates his Mexican identity in his work. Admission is free.

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