Who the hell are we? Two twenty-something, art-loving, women of color trying to do the damn thing. We’re passionate about making the San Antonio art scene more accessible. We’re committed to providing a platform for emerging, censored, and underrepresented voices to share their story — authentically and unfiltered.
We aim to bridge the gap between artists, art professionals, and art spaces through the collection and exploration of the material and visual culture of San Antonio’s contemporary art scene. We invite the community to redefine accessibility to the visual arts and engage local talent.
Originally from Kyle, TX, Casie Lomeli studied Art History and Business at Trinity University in San Antonio. During her senior year at Trinity, Lomeli earned an internship at Ruiz-Healy Art gallery where she went on to become the Senior Gallery Assistant and worked with local and international artists for over 50 exhibitions and national print fairs. Lomeli has been a studio assistant to local artist Jesse Amado and has collaborated with artist Ethel Shipton to manage community projects and curation. Currently, Lomeli is the Communications Manager at Artpace San Antonio. You can also find Casie at Brick Gallery where she is the co-director alongside Sarah Fox.
As a first-generation Latina, Deliasofia Zacarias carries a strong sense of social responsibility and enthusiasm to create, cultivate, and collaborate in building a pipeline for Latinx arts administrators and artists. She is currently LACMA’s Emerging Art Professional Fellow —part of the Diversifying Museum Leadership Initiative funded by the Walton Foundation and Ford Foundation. In 2018, Zacarias co-founded Unfiltered San Antonio and served as Manager of Ruiz-Healy Art gallery. She currently serves on the board of Arts Administrators of Color. Deliasofia Zacarias is from El Paso, Texas, and received her B.A. in Studio Art and Business Administration at Trinity University.
We are committed to working with hands-on writers that have a thorough understanding of what it’s like to be a part of the San Antonio art community. Our team is determined to provide an authentic platform that strives to break barriers, challenge homogeneous contemporary art practices, and provide a true visual archive of San Antonio art. We encourage you to learn more about our team of contributors, many of which are artists, curators, and arts administrators!
Interested in being a contributor and helping us fight the good fight? Here are our submission guidelines.