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?
Alicia Eggert and Mike Fleming's Eternity appeared at SPACE in late 2010. Since then the wall mounted sculpture has been in demand all over the world. It has been in galleries, museums, and festivals in: Milan, Beijing, Torun (Poland), St. Petersburg, Leuven (Belgium), New Mexico, Ontario, and New York.
Here are a few photos from The People To Come on Saturday. There are many more photos on our Flickr page, and you can look through an archive of all the audience submissions that contributed to the performance here. If you missed it, don't worry you will be able to watch video of each dance along with the specific source material for each dance on The People To Come's website soon.
The People to Come is a project that has been on our radar for over a year and on our calendar for over six months. All week we have been preparing SPACE for the performance: building two huge platforms, hanging lights, suspending speakers from the ceiling, painting walls, and setting up our annex as an interactive archive. The People To Come will be a series of performances (taking place...
Here are a few photos from last week's performance of the 7 Person Chair Pyramid High Wire Act written by Donna Oblongata (of the Missoula Oblongata) and performed by Donna Oblongata and Patrick Costello. The play was a funny and poignant allegory, and the set was handmade and beautiful. Posters by Patrick Costello. Donna and Patrick setting up the portable stage.
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