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3.20.2014 By anne
Based in New York City, Cooper Holoweski is the creator of our current window installation Let Our Love Guide You From This World To The Next and the brain behind Katabasis, a film that's designed to be viewed alongside a live musical score. Katabasis explores themes of death, limbo, and rebirth by navigating the viewer through a digitally constructed fictional wasteland. Cooper was kind...
2.18.2014 By anne
You heard it here first: Pat Falco -- Boston-based painter, illustrator, comic artist, and humble interviewee -- is coming to our annex next month. An exhibition of his works called Last Place Ever will run from March 14 through April 25. In eager anticipation of his show, I emailed Pat to ask him a few questions about his studio practice and to get his take on the position of humor in the...
2.13.2014 By jenny
SPACE Gallery is seeking artists and educators to propose hands on creative workshops for kids in 2014. Anything from circuit bending to mask making to performance is encouraged. We are looking for workshops that offer low cost, alternative opportunities for youth arts engagement.   Workshops generally take place on a Saturday afternoon and can be geared toward any age group that is deemed...
2.4.2014 By anne
ICELAND COMETH to SPACE: this March. Some of you might know that we have a new programming captain aboard the SPACE ship. Ahoy, Stuart Rogers, Australian wunderkinder and sandwich expert. Before Portland was graced with his presence, Stuart was managing recording artists in the city of New York, where he also created IceAirPodcast, a digital meeting place for Iceland-based music and documentary...
1.24.2014 By anne
Turns out, we have some strong museum representation in our Free for All exhibit. Several of our Free for All artists are also employees at the Portland Museum of Art, our almost-next-door neighbor in the arts district. When these guys aren't making art with their hands, they're maintaining the PMA with their brains. And hands. Hooray for arts...
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