Naomi provided a private tour at Radius of her current exhibition and shared the story that brings her unique talents to San Antonio, her future exhibitions world-wide, and her passion to provide effective training programs to her home village in Kenya to help youth acquire leadership skills and knowledge and further their education.
Thanks to the incredible sketchs by Venezuelan Botanist Astolfo Mata Bentancourt. Thanks for the lite bites by Pharm Table & Drinks provided by Lux Agency.
August 1 to August 5, the Radius Center will be hosting the SAFILM Festival VIP receptions from 4:30 to 7:30 pm. Entry into the gallery will be restricted. Receptions will be from Tuesday–Saturday. Be sure to check out Hard Reset on Wednesday August 2, 2017 at the San Antonio Film Festival.
Her art tells stories about the impact of water on women’s lives. Naomi examines how women have confronted the challenge of collecting and managing water resources in underdeveloped countries. She tells their stories of transformation, renewal, and empowerment. Her sculptures reflect, at one and the same time, both the Mabati’s enduring functionality and its fragility. […]
The exhibition at the Radius Gallery is the work of the following five artist: James Raska Patricia Guerrero Amber O’Halligan Farad Ibrahimovic Norbert Clyde Martinez Jr. These diverse and provoking artists come together to explore the role of perception and the innovative use of materials to create a meaningful experience.
This week Radius Center welcomes REPRESENT SA to our building. F. Joseph Santori, founder, has developed an app for voters to reference for reviewing the municipal candidates for the May 6, 2017 City of San Antonio election. As of April 3, 30 candidates scheduled time to be video taped for the app.
Congratulations to Pharm Table’s Chef Elizabeth Johnson for her participation on the San Antonio Library’s WOMEN IN THE FOOD INDUSTRY panel discussion on March 29, 2017. Chef Johnson was Latin Cuisine Specialist at the Culinary Institute of America-San Antonio for six years and studied cuisine and pastry at Le Cordon Bleu in Mexico City.
Congratulations to A.J. Rodriquez. Over half the paintings in his exhibition have sold! If you are interested in viewing this incredible local talent, come by Radius Center Monday-Friday from 9 AM to 4 PM. The work is on display until April 7 when his next show will be at the King William Neighborhood Association.
Radius Center opened our doors to the Dream Week event Fake News. Co-sponsored by the Rivard Report, the panel included Texas Public Radio’s David Martin Davies; Rivard Report founder Robert Rivard; Freelance writer Cary Clack. Move San Antonio organized the event and brought in a diverse audience of critical thinkers who wasted no time asking […]