RATIO is excited to once again participate in San Antonio’s Starving Artist Art Show in La Villita Historic Arts Village. Situated alongside the famous San Antonio river, the 55th Annual Starving Artist Art Show will again be feeding the hungry through art.
The show is an obvious fit for RATIO’s mission of giving back through our art-based social enterprise. Ten percent of all sales at the show go towards a food pantry run by “The Little Church of La Villita”. The church has been providing meals and assistance to the Alamo City community for over 50 years, with a significant source of that aid being made possible by the annual art show’s revenue.
As always, a portion of the profit from RATIO’s travel photography will be given back to a charitable organization within the country each image was captured.
Spanish for “little village,” La Villita was home to one of San Antonio’s first neighborhoods over two centuries ago. Touching on all of RATIO’s three pillars of art, travel and education, La Villita Historic Arts Village also serves as “center for teaching regional arts and crafts.”
While the show is an ideal time to support local San Antonio artists, participants travel from all over the country to take part in the annual event.
This year RATIO will carry a wide range of visual vibes at the show, from our new greeting cards to our larger pieces printed on sustainable birch wood and canvas. We will also have some items you can only get at our pop-ups such as large engineer prints and apparel.
It’s a great opportunity to see our visual vibes in person, while supporting good causes and spending time in one of San Antonio’s most picturesque historic districts.
April 1st & 2nd 2017 - 10 am - 6 pm
Find RATIO at Booth #122
La Villita Historic Arts Village
418 Villita St, San Antonio, Texas 78205
Get more details + directions here.