Event description

The 1906 galleries will be presenting works based on Dreamweek’s universal ideas of tolerance, diversity and equality. Come and hear spoken, word, experience projection and visual art all centered around and supporting these most critical and valuable ideals. This event is a collaborative effort produced by the following local organizations:

Younger Women’s Task Force (YWTF): A movement by and for younger women to fight for social justice. YWTF will have a table to distribute information and will speak at the event.

NOWCast San Antonio: Neighborhood-focused, public service journalists with a much-needed “Crap Detection Toolkit” to share with you!

The Lilith Fund: Advocating and funding for abortion access. The Lilith Fund will be leading a discussion on the various issues pertaining to abortion.

MOVE San Antonio: a grassroots progressive effort to ensure youth voices are heard and considered in the policy-making process. Yay – They’ll register you to vote!

Growing Empowered Together: Aims to engage the activist and arts communities to inspire young Texans to vote and volunteer in Texas. The organization will be showing a few films and documentaries centered on the theme of civic engagement.

The Blah Poetry Spot: Collaborates, develops, and promotes the literary endeavors of the San Antonio community. Jamaal Haffner, along with other like-minded poets, will be hosting a civic-minded poetry slam.

Nasty Women: AP Art Lab, which aims to increase civic, social, and community engagement through art, and Yes Ma’am, a feminist zine, will host a group exhibition that serves to demonstrate solidarity among artists who identify with being a “Nasty Woman” facing threats dealing with women’s rights, individual rights, LGBTQ+ rights, and immigration rights.

Juliana Kasumu: S.M.A.R.T.projectspace. S.M.A.R.T. and Olaju Art Group invite you to experience an intimate event featuring exclusive portraits captured by Juliana Kasumu. S.M.A.R.T. 501c3 builds community through art education, community outreach, exhibitions and residency programming and is thrilled to be working with non-profit Olaju Art Group, who’s mission is to promote contemporary African arts and culture.

SA Rise: Hopes to build a base of power to fight for educational equity in San Antonio. SA Rise will be discussing and presenting on equity in education.

Studio 111: Daniela Riojas Multimedia Arts: The studio/gallery space in the Lone Star Studio will be presenting “Move On/Get Over It,” A Darian Thomas Installation at their location, 111 Lone Star Blvd.

Second Saturday, Southtown’s 20 year old monthly artwalk, is located on S. Flores and Lone Star in the Southtown the Arts District.


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The 1906 Gallery
1906 S. Flores San Antonio, TX 78204
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