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1.19.2016 By anne
OCTOBER 2015: WE DID IT! Thanks to the generous support of curious community members like you, our Claiming SPACE Campaign raised $596,000 towards purchasing our building at 538 Congress St. Thank you for your support! CLAIMING A SPACE FOR ARTS
7.14.2015 By anne
Baltimore, Maryland based artist Gary Kachadourian creates intricate pencil drawings of everyday objects and landscapes that are designed to be copied, shown, and/or distributed as Xeroxed or laser printed booklets, prints, posters, or objects. Much of his work is available to purchase for under $10 and is xeroxed to life-size scale. His current exhibition, Tree Lined Street, is on view in our...
5.6.2015 By anne
Sisters Caitlin and Nicole Duennebier are the artist-team behind our current window installation, Battle for the Sweetlands. In this interview, they divulge the story of the Sweetlands, describe working alone and working together, and talk about tough ladies. Give us some background on yourselves as artists. What are your individual artistic practices like, and what artists and work are you...
4.23.2015 By anne
IT IS BACK!  It's survey time: the time of year where we solicit you for feedback about our organization. We want to hear it all: good things, bad things, anything shocking, disappointing, exciting or mundane... let us have it, please! Your opinion about how we're doing is incredibly important to us. A big part of SPACE's mission is connecting you to innovative arts, artists, and ideas by making...
3.9.2015 By hannah
Norwegian artist Jenny Hval brings her haunting, subversive experimental pop to SPACE tonight. It's full of ideas, doesn't sound much like anything else and will easily get stuck in your head all day. She generously agreed to talk with me from the road—there was a two hour break between the first 5 minutes of our conversation and the rest of it when she lost reception driving through the...
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