Upcoming at SPACE



Main Gallery

Friday 09.04.2015 through Thursday 06.04.2015
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 installations anchor the viewer in a familiar reality, proposing that one should consider the beauty within a banal landscape. His work will turn the walls of our main gallery into an urban alley way, complete with a Volvo station wagon and life-size trees. Recent exhibitions include the 12th National Drawing Invitational, Arkansas Art Center; Forest/City at FAM/Western Carolina University; Home Maker at Purchase College, SUNY, MICA Then/Now at the KuBe, Beacon, NY, Floorplan at PLUG Projects, Kansas City, MO; Troika at Lump Gallery, Raleigh, NC; Baker Artists Awards Exhibition at The Baltimore Museum of Art; One Every Day: A Printeresting Curatorial Project, EFA Project Space, NY; Super/Prime: Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA; and Liste and FAX at the Contemporary Museum, Baltimore. His books and posters have been carried by Atomic Books, Half Letter Press, Printed Matter, and Quimby’s Bookstore. He received a Mary Sawyers Baker Prize and a Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Grant in 2011 and the Trawick Prize and a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Grant both in 2013. He was the Visual Arts Coordinator for the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, formerly the Mayor’s Advisory Committee on Art and Culture, from 1987 to 2009 where he coordinated grant programs, exhibitions for Artscape, the city’s mural program and numerous temporary public arts projects in the city of Baltimore. In 2012 he completed his MFA degree at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.  Artist Statement: For the past eight years I have been making scale drawings of objects, surfaces, and locations that exist in my public and personal space. These drawings are scanned and reproduced using black and white or color xerographic or ink jet printed processes to make books, prints, and large-scale installations. The selected objects and surfaces usually represent those things that are in plain sight, things that are central to the nfrastructure of a built environment but are also things that are visually ignored. While I am interested and cognitive of the poetics of what is and isn’t selected and how what is selected interacts with the other selections I do not feel that it is my place to codify this part of the process.  Organized by Jenny McGee Dougherty www.gary-kachadourian.squarespace.com


Friday 09.04.2015 through Friday 07.24.2015
For the past 10,000 years, humans have flourished on a pretty stable planet but scientists have been warning us that we are getting closer and closer to a much less-hospitable mother earth. Many believe we live in a new geological epoch called Anthropocene or the Age of Man. This stems from the belief that human activity has irrevocably changed the composition of the atmosphere, the oceans, and even the earth’s crust. Essential resources are being drained by the billions of people on the planet at an unprecedented rate. Humanity has become an accelerated geological force. This also means that the transformations and changes occurring can become something humans can feel, touch, and experience. In “Last Daze,” each artist explores the human impact on planet earth in this group show curated by Cinders Gallery from Brooklyn, NY.  The artists are made up of a loose-knit community that have been curated by Cinders into an on-going series of thematic exhibitions over the past 10 years. The dialogue continues to expand with each show and this is the latest iteration.    “Last Daze” - Artist info Jessie rose vala    http://www.jessierosevala.com http://www.ungrundcollective.com/JESSIE-ROSE-VALA - (potential bio + videos) http://cindersgallery.com/pa_artist/jessie-rose-vala/ - (potential bio + past work)                                    Suzy poling http://www.suzypoling.com - (personal website + past work + potential bio) https://instagram.com/siouxsiepod/ - (instagram account + past work)                                             Brian Chippendale http://blog.cindersgallery.com/2012/07/artist-of-the-month-interview-with-brian-chippendale/ - (artist of the month interview by Cinders Gallery + images of work) http://brianchippendale.storenvy.com (Closest thing to personal website that I could find - online store for Brian Chippendale prints + images of said prints) http://cindersgallery.com/pa_artist/brian-chippendale/ (past work via Cinders gallery) Kelie Bowman    http://www.keliebowman.com/about (Personal website) http://cindersgallery.com/pa_artist/kelie-bowman/ (Work + bio via Cinders) Kevin hooyman http://www.kevinhooyman.com (personal website + CV, no bio) http://cindersgallery.com/pa_artist/kevin-hooyman/ (work + bio via cinders)        http://cindersgallery.com/kevin-hooyman-is-artist-of-the-month/ (2014 artist of the month interview by Cinders Gallery)                          Maya hayuk http://www.mayahayuk.com (personal website + bio + CV) http://cindersgallery.com/pa_artist/maya-hayuk/ (past work via cinders gallery) https://instagram.com/mayahayuk/ (instagram account)                                            Michelle blade http://www.michelleblade.com (personal website + CV) http://cindersgallery.com/pa_artist/michelle-blade/ ( Potential bio + past work via Cinders Gallery) http://inthemake.com/michelle-blade/ (interview + images of work)                                     Nat Russell    http://nathanielrussell.com (personal website + cv) https://instagram.com/nathanielrussell/ (instagram account) http://cindersgallery.com/pa_artist/nathaniel-russell/ (Bio + work via Cinders Gallery)                                         Alex Lukas http://www.alexlukas.com (personal website) http://cindersgallery.com/pa_artist/alex-lukas/ (Bio + work via Cinders gallery) https://instagram.com/alexlukas/ (instagram)                                             Allyson mellberg http://allysonmellberg.tumblr.com (images of work - tumblr)    https://www.etsy.com/people/AllysonMellberg (etsy bio)                                 Jeremy taylor    http://jeremysethtaylor.tumblr.com (images of work - tumblr) http://cindersgallery.com/pa_artist/jeremy-taylor-2/ (bio + past work via Cinders Gallery) Sto Len               http://stoishere.com (personal website + bio)              http://cindersgallery.com/pa_artist/sto/ (work and info via Cinders Gallery)       Mike taylor http://cindersgallery.com/pa_artist/mike-taylor/ (bio + images of work via Cinders Gallery) http://miketaylorart.com (personal website) https://instagram.com/late_era_clash/ (instagram)                                          Serra Victoria bothwell fels http://www.svbf.info (personal website)+ CV https://instagram.com/serravictoria/    (instagram) http://cindersgallery.com/pa_artist/serra-victoria-bothwell-fels/ (bio + past work)    Chris Duncan   http://christopherrobinduncan.virb.com (personal website +bio cv) http://inthemake.com/chris-duncan/ (interview by In the Make + images) Marie Lorenz http://www.marielorenz.com (personal website) + cv Langdon graves     http://cargocollective.com/langdongraves (personal website) Niall McClelland    http://niall-mcclelland.com (personal website)

Artist Talk

Friday 09.04.2015
Insight members are invited to a conversation with Gary Kachadourian, the Baltimore-based artist behind our current exhibition Tree Lined Street.


Saturday 08.29.2015
In the summer of 1968 television news changed forever.
Wednesday 09.02.2015
In a post-apocalyptic parallel future of 1997, an orphaned teenager called The Kid scavenges the Wasteland searching for relics from a better time (the 80s).
Thursday 09.03.2015
Tuesday 09.08.2015
THE LOOK OF SILENCE is Joshua Oppenheimer’s powerful companion piece to the Oscar®-nominated The Act Of Killing.


Saturday 09.05.2015
Rooted in American and British folk, Weyes Blood pulls and stretches the style at its fringes, like a sweater that's just begun to un
Thursday 09.17.2015
It takes less than sixty seconds of album opener “Newspaper Spoons” for you to decide that
Wednesday 10.21.2015
Nels Cline has been a major force as a guitarist and improviser, ever since he debuted on record in 1978. Known to the world through h
Thursday 10.22.2015
Boston's Debo Band combines the best of 1970's Ethiopian music, jagged and complex with its traditional scales and vocal styles, with th


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Last Daze

Friday, July 24, 2015 to Friday, September 4, 2015


Friday, August 28, 2015 - 6:30pm
Saturday, August 29, 2015 - 2:00pm
Community event


Monday, August 31, 2015 - 12:00am


Wednesday, September 2, 2015 - 7:30pm
Doors at: 

Doors open at 7:00pm.



Thursday, September 3, 2015 - 7:30pm
Artist Talk

INSIGHT: A Conversation with Gary Kachadourian

Friday, September 4, 2015 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Weyes Blood & Little Wings

Saturday, September 5, 2015 - 8:30pm
Doors at: 

Doors at 8PM


We picked some of our favorite classic family-friendly films for our Winter Break Family Fim Series. Sponsored by The Horizon Foundation. Friday, December 26th - Monday, December 29th. Doors open at 1:30pm.  Films start at 2:00pm.
Dec 28, 2014
Dec 27, 2014
Dec 29, 2014


SPACE Gallery and Shorts International present the 2015 Oscar-Nominated Short Films. The Animated Program runs on Thursday, January 29th at 7:30pm and Friday, January 30th at 7:30pm. The Live Action Program runs On Saturday, January 31st at 4:00pm and 7:30pm. Nominations are announced on Jan. 16th. The Academy Awards ceremony is on Sunday, Feb. 22nd.
Jan 29, 2015, Jan 30, 2015
Jan 31, 2015, Jan 31, 2015

Health/Care Film Series

American healthcare has emerged in recent years as a hot-button issue, generating vigorous debates over a system that many agree to be at best, fairly inefficient and at worse, in need of serious overhaul. In fulfilling the “Ideas” element of SPACE Gallery’s “Arts, Artists, Ideas” directive we present our Health/Care Film Series in January and February 2013. Three films, paired with discussions,... MORE
Feb 13, 2013
Film: Escape Fire
Jan 9, 2013
Jan 18, 2013, Jan 19, 2013, Jan 20, 2013

Summer Music Film Series

Music films are a natural fit at SPACE since they bridge two of the programming worlds we curate year-round. We’ve put together a diverse lineup of films about music and musicians to help fill the summer months. Take a look. There should be something for just about any taste. 
Jul 25, 2013
Aug 6, 2013
Aug 15, 2013

Maine College of Art Illustrators' Film Series

SPACE Gallery and the Maine College of Art Illustration Department have teamed up to curate a small series of films about cartoonists and illustrators.
Sep 24, 2013
Dec 3, 2013
Jan 14, 2014
Feb 25, 2014

Think and Drink

We’ve all had deep discussions with our friends while we’re out at night—why not add a couple of experts to the mix and really take it up a notch? That’s the idea behind Think & Drink, a happy-hour series in Portland that sparks provocative conversations about big ideas. The series invites you to participate in a facilitated public conversation with two panelists who have expertise in the... MORE
Community event: Think & Drink
Feb 5, 2014
Community event: Think and Drink
Mar 5, 2014
Community event: Think and Drink
Apr 2, 2014
Community event: Think and Drink
May 7, 2014

Iceland Cometh!

Iceland Cometh! is our first weekend celebrating our Nordic neighbors as innovative cultural leaders. We're proud to offer a free concert, free film screening, and free hot dogs to bring our community together in a triumphant exaltation of all things Iceland.
Mar 15, 2014
Mar 14, 2014


SPACE Gallery’s curiosity is the foundation of our programming. Manifest as art, design, innovation, writing, critical thinking, or by other means, ideas stick in our minds, create discussion and raise questions about our perceptions of the world. INSIGHT is a program for our lead donors who give $250 or more each year. We invite you to explore with us, seeking insight into the... MORE
Dec 17, 2012
Jan 22, 2013
May 18, 2013
Oct 7, 2013
Jun 18, 2014


We're excited to team up with The State Theatre to bring you a heavy handful of films revolving around musicians and their music-making.
Sep 2, 2014
Sep 16, 2014
Oct 21, 2014
Nov 6, 2014

Family-Friendly Concert Series

SPACE presents a new monthly series of daytime concerts open to music-lovers of all ages.
Oct 19, 2014
Nov 22, 2014
Dec 20, 2014
Jan 10, 2015

Upcoming Events

  • Film: Saturday, Aug 29, 2015   |   2:00 PM
  • Community event: Monday, Aug 31, 2015   |   12:00 AM
  • Film: Wednesday, Sep 2, 2015   |   7:30 PM
  • Film: Thursday, Sep 3, 2015   |   7:30 PM
  • Artist Talk: Friday, Sep 4, 2015   |   12:00 PM
    INSIGHT: A Conversation with Gary Kachadourian
  • Music: Saturday, Sep 5, 2015   |   8:30 PM
    Weyes Blood & Little Wings
  • Film: Tuesday, Sep 8, 2015   |   7:30 PM
  • Community event: Wednesday, Sep 9, 2015   |   6:00 PM
    The Kindling Fund information session
  • Film: Friday, Sep 11, 2015   |   6:30 PM
  • Film: Saturday, Sep 12, 2015   |   2:00 PM
  • Film: Sunday, Sep 13, 2015   |   2:00 PM
  • Film: Sunday, Sep 13, 2015   |   6:30 PM

Current Exhibitions

  • Main Gallery   |   6.4 - 9.4
    Tree Lined Street
  • Annex   |   7.24 - 9.4
    Last Daze


July 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...

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