SPACE has been alive for almost 11 years because our community has remained engaged, curious and willing to support things that frankly, sound kinda weird. If SPACE is going to keep growing for another 11 years (and beyond!) we need your input, Please fill out this survey so we can better understand our audience. Plus, you will enter to win a 3 month all access pass to SPACE, which means you...
We talked recently with Sean Mewshaw, director of Gruesome Playground Injuries. Alex Quijano and Mary-Bonner Baker in Gruesome Playground Injuries You directed two other plays at SPACE in the last four years: Stephen Karam’s Speech and Debate and Tracy Letts’ Killer Joe. What do these plays say about your interest in contemporary theater? It interests me to investigate who we are as a...
While there is a kind of soundtrack to every season, summer seems to be the one that we make the most time to experience live music. Whether it be a festival in the desert, a rock show on a rooftop, or passing a guitar around a campfire, summer brings a cohesive soundtrack with more memories and possibilities than any other time throughout the year. Here are a few select highlights for upcoming...
On Saturday May 18th, SPACE will be hosting an embroidery workshop with instructor Dee Clements. Dee is the founder of Herron Clothier, a small weaving company that creates hand woven heirloom garments and accessories that revive traditions of hand sewing and weaving. After participants begin by using an embroidery hoop, needle and thread to make a stitch sampler, the class will then take...
Our Associate Director, Jenny, had a chance to ask Sophia Narrett some questions about her work before her exhibit I Was Dreaming This opens in the annex. Your background is in painting, correct? Have you always embroidered? What kind of correlation do you see between your use of the two mediums?
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