by Miles Brautigam The first time I set foot in SPACE Gallery was for an art-rap show. I’ve been a fan of rhythm and poetry since I picked up my first Dr. Seuss book, and rapper milo embodies the same witty lyricism and off-the-cuff philosophizing that initially attracted me to the genre. He captivated me with his 2015 album so the flies don’t come, and I was thrilled to catch wind of his tour...
by Miles Brautigam Our Summer playlist is composed of highlights from the vast array of talents on our musical schedule. Each of these artists can be heard on the SPACE stage in the coming months! SPACE Gallery is proud to present musical entertainment for diverse tastes. Our programming spans many genres, from sharp multi-instrumentalist and rapper Nnamdi Ogbonnaya to fearless and political...
Anthony Young is a Boston-based painter and multi-media artist. He lived in our residency room to work full-time on his piece as part of our upcoming Exquisite Corpse exhibition.
For teacher and artist Brian Doody, photography is more than just a mechanism for capturing a moment in time: it’s their preferred method for bridging the gaps that exist between us. The young Portland-based photographer and recent Kindling Fund recipient started taking pictures in high school. “It was a way I could let my friends explore themselves more,” they said. The most rewarding part of...
Editor's note: Daniel Kayamba is one of our Bob Crewe Foundation interns this summer. He's a filmmaker, core member of Kesho Wazo, and will be attending Columbia College in Chicago this fall.
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