A project of artist Hills Snyder, kind of a small array is a humble space for art, poetry, and music. Set up like a lounge in an artist's studio, the space invites interaction. During evening events the lounge moves out onto the sidewalk for lingering and conversation. Previous iterations: Laundry Lounge, The Pilot Hole, Sala Diaz, Wolverton Home Concerts.
Open most Thursday, Fridays, and Saturdays, 11am to 3pm
and by appointment 210.473.9062
If the blue light is on, I'm open.
Previously hosted artists, poets, and musicians:
Bale Creek Allen, David Berkeley, Jenny Browne, Garrett T. Capps, Nate Cassie, Tina Deschenie, Alejandro Diaz, Joey Fauerso, David Halley, Bruce Holsapple, Ken Little, Longriver, Scott Martin, Jack Massing, Gordon McConnell, Sheila Miles, Kat O'Connor, Paper Moon Shiners, Larry Bob Phillips & Polly Schaafsma, Jo Carol Pierce, Walter Salas-Humara, Chris Sauter, Ethel Shipton, James Surls, Kate Terrell, Michael Thompson, Jeff Wheeler & Daniel Johnston, Wolverton.
Collaborations with Magdalena Stage:
Kim Nuzzo: Multitudes / Cara Snyder: The Pauper Witch of Grafton
Photo: Scott Martin