Dear Ms. Benítez:
My name is Alicia Viera and I’m the director of Cultural Programs at Texas A&M University-San Antonio’s Educational & Cultural Arts Center (former Museo Alameda). The ECAC aims to facilitate an understanding and appreciation of Latino arts and cultures and their influences on the United States. We strive for it to become an inclusive space for all kinds of visitors to learn about our cultures, experiences and contributions through visitor-centered exhibitions and related educational programming starting next year. In order to achieve this goal, we have just launched a new bilingual website and online submission system. In an effort to engage the Latino arts community, we are personally inviting a group of local artists like you to submit their works for an opportunity to participate in future exhibitions. Although the University does not guarantee the inclusion of all pieces submitted through our website, careful consideration will be given to all submissions to determine when they fit the programming. The submission process is ongoing to allow artists to upload their works at their convenience and to provide more opportunities to a wider group of artists.
We cordially invite you to visit our newly launched site at tamusa-ecac.com to create a profile and submit your work for consideration.
Director of Cultural Programs
TAMU-SA’s Educational & Cultural Arts Center
101 S. Santa Rosa Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78207
Phone: (210) 784-1105 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ECAC website: http://tamusa-ecac.com/
Chip, small block. How I interpreted it color wise big block… but you can do anything with any medium that you want!
Chip small block how I interpreted it color wise
I would like to thank each and every one of you! I think this is going to be a really exciting piece.. I have contacted Elda Silva ( satx express news).. a while back.. I will continue to give her updates regarding this wonderful site specific art work we are embarking on! I just realigned the numbers.. there are several chips left.. as soon as I hear back from the others who weren’t able to attend this afternoon I will ask for volunteers to take them!
Thanks again and love you all
Work is due by May 1/Delivery tba
Tape your edges/keep them clean
No hardware on back:
Sign on back with name, chip number and wall letter– Light colored panels are wall “A” dark-colored panel are wall “B”
chip color is guideline.. use 1/2-3/4 of canvas with this shade as predominant color..in other words your piece should be red if you have a red chip. All styles and media accepted
Do not go outside the cradled panels edges
If more canvases are needed will notify after meeting with Kathy Armstrong 1/20/14
Keep your color chip clean.. cut two 1/2 inch squares. One from the light color and one from the dark these will be used for signage and also represent the color or each of your two panels
Meeting to be scheduled for late Jan with Gail Stouffer.. who will talk about building a catalogue for exhibition through Blurb
No work will be edited out.
Happy Thanksgiving. This is a gentle reminder to all of you that we have a very important meeting Dec 1 at Southwest School of Art 2-4pm room Ellison ,Navarro campus. It’s pick your color chip time! I would really appreciate it if you would rsvp this reminder.
Also I know many of you cannot make this meeting. I have on the list Maggi, and Bibi. I know I have forgotten several of you. Please remind me!
Again, Blessing this turkey day. Drive safely if you are traveling. I will be back in the office late friday should you need to contact me regarding Sunday