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538 ROOSEVELT | SAN ANTONIO, TX | 520-395-6605
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Our Studio Space
Mercury Project studio space is a marriage of industrial flexibility and community comfort. The space constantly evolves to meet the needs of the artists and designers who engage and create within.
Some features include:
• Free Wi-Fi access • Free parking
• Common spaces such as: the lounge, outside courtyard, and small kitchen area
• Custom studio spaces. Open work areas of varying size are available
• 12’ studio ceilings
• Heat and A/C
• Movable exhibit walls
• Convenient to Downtown, the Lone Star Brewery, Blue Star and the Mission River Reach
We also offer artwork and additional design pieces to enhance artists’ exhibit, photo shoots, and sets.
Space is available by the day, week or month. We are flexible and will discuss the needs of each artist. For more information or a tour of our space, please contact Antonia Richardson firstname.lastname@example.org.
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At the heart of the emerging Lone Star Arts District beats Mercury Project, a thriving arterial network of studios, learning space, and galleries built to harvest and foster independent contemporary arts.
The space, a renovated factory, drums with the pulse of old San Antonio while stirring a sense of sophisticated modernity in everyone who moves through it. With a flexible layout, multiple artists enjoy the studio spaces at once, creating an epicenter of creativity and energy.
Artists and designers Antonia Richardson and Warren Borror founded Mercury Project in October of 2012.
Antonia has painted and created since childhood, formalizing her artistic education at the Southwest School of Art. She continued to hone her craft under the guidance of international artists Alberto Mijangos (1925-2007) and Missi Smith. Her artwork is exhibited both in the United States and Mexico.
Warren has over 25 years as a graphic, environmental, furniture and exhibit designer. He began experimenting with field photography and natural light in 1998. His narrative travel photography was captured in the 2009 exhibit Beneath the Tropic of Cancer. Warren's photography is also exhibited nationally and part of a corporate collection.
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Mercury Project is home to both emerging and established artists. We feature debut artists and the work of celebrated artists from across the country. Past exhibits have included: the work of painters, sculptors, filmmakers, set designers, print makers, a multi-sensory display created for the blind, poetry readings and jewelry makers.
We at Mercury Project are passionate about igniting curiosity and invention in our community. We also regularly offer Young Mind Workshops designed for children not only to express their creativity, but also to discuss the ideas behind their artwork.
Our vision is for Mercury Project to serve as a central point for artists, designers, architects, and patrons to connect, share ideas, and expound creativity
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