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Art Walk Coming to Col. San Antonio


By John Berryhill, photo by George M. Aronson

Calling all culture vultures, art aficionados, the curious, the mystic, and the mad: clear your calendars for February 24 and 25. It’s that time of year again when Colonia San Antonio is transformed from a quaint and quiet neighborhood into the hottest art event of the season. MyStudio-MiEstudio (the new incarnation of the former San Antonio Open Studio), complete with sparkling new signage, will be partnering through our Outreach Program with nine of the most promising young artists from the Instituto Allende art school. Artists included are Mariana Vallejo, Ana Karen Gómez, María Paula Gaeza, Francisco Pedroza, Regina Paniagua, Carlos Arl, and Graciel Pérez. They will be joined by recent graduate Brenda G. Espinos and her professor, Alejandro Mejia.

Over this weekend, 35 gifted members of San Antonio’s art community will be opening their studio doors and sharing their impressive work; further, ten of the artists will be donating exhibition space to the aforementioned students.

For the first time ever, a spectacular series of eight 13-foot high murals will be on display at the studio Peter A. Davis, organizer of MyStudio-MiEstudio and creator of the Outreach Program. The studio is located at the corner of San Elias and Privada de San Pablo. Banner art was created by Bobbi Van, Christina del Valle MacLeod, Carlos Arl, Graciel Pérez, Don Catrin (Francisco Nadie Vega), and Laura Reyes.

Come visit 35 studios in Colonia San Antonio to get a taste of what’s really happening!


Art Walk


Sat–Sun, Feb 24 and 25, 11am–5pm

Colonia San Antonio



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