The DeLorean DMC-12 is the subject of Adam Schreiber's exhibition, Diminishing Return, which features a series of color and monochromatic photographs showing fragments from the automobile, best known as the time machine featured in the Back to the Future trilogy filmed in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Roy McMakin's Other Chest of Drawers & Other People includes a collection of fabricated and found furniture objects and three video works that relate to the chest, in terms of home furnishings as well as human anatomy. His sculptures are mediated by people; collaborations with woodworkers and assistants form a significant feature of the exhibition. The artist's intentional decision not to originate or construct any of the objects on display is notable.
Artist Diana Kersey's ceramic panels on the Mulberry Avenue Bridge at Brackenridge Park whimsically depict the life cycle of the Texas Gulf Coast Toad, from mating to egg, to tadpole to toad again.
Kersey was commissioned to do the public art under the city's Public Art San Antonio program, and she chronicled the process on her blog, dianakersey.blogspot.com
Information from news release:Recognizing the difficulties of homeowners facing foreclosure, the City of San Antonio would like to make citizens aware of the Emergency Homeowner’s Loan Program (EHLP), an initiative of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) which can provide emergency assistance to homeowners facing foreclosure. The deadline to apply is July 22, 2011.
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