SUNDAYS, 10.15 & 11.19
10-11 AM

This restorative one-hour session led by Pamela Martinez uses a combination of contemplative and mindful meditation practices. Each session begins with a brief introduction to this practice, making it perfect for first-time and experienced meditators alike. Make sure to dress comfortably and bring a mat or cushion for sitting. 

This event is free and open to the public. No reservation required.

Join exhibiting artist Ricky Armendariz for a gallery talk and relief printing workshop. Learn more about the artist’s practice including his two prints on view. Then, try your hand at relief printing guided by Armendariz.  

Reception in Ruby City’s Sculpture Garden to follow. 

RSVP is required for this event. 

About the Artist: 

Ricky Armendariz was raised on the U.S.-Mexico border, a region that heavily influenced his artistic, aesthetic, and conceptual ideas. Images that have cultural, biographical and art historical references are carved and burned into the surface of the paintings, drawings, and woodblocks he creates. Armendariz is currently a Professor of Art at UT San Antonio. 

Past Events

Sound Bath with Pamela Martinez

Poetry with Jenny Browne

Meditation at Chris Park

Music in the Park

Music in the Park

Artist Talk: Nancy Rubins and Sara Softness

Drop-in Tour: Arturo Herrera: Constructed Collage

Gallery Talk: Adam Schreiber

Gallery Talk: Jim Mendiola and Rubén Ortiz-Torres

Music in the Park

Screenprint workshop with Manola & Maria

Taller Talk with Rick Lowe

Meditation at Chris Park

Family Day

Taller Talk with Jennifer Ling Datchuk

Nature of Poetry: Poetry Writing with Andrea 'Vocab' Sanderson

Recharge at Chris Park

Arturo Herrera: Constructed Collage Opening Reception

Texas Talks Art: Lanecia A. Rouse and Elyse A. Gonzales

Dia de Muertos by Agosto Cuellar

Taller Talk with Kaldric Dow

Taller Talk with Barbara Felix

Bubble Fest at Home

Taller Talk with Jose Villalobos

Taller Talk with Giovanni Valderas

Isaac Julien

Hair Passport Project, 2019

Political Banner Project, 2019