Described by The New York Times as “Dr. Seuss Meets ‘Yellow Submarine’,” Grammy® nominated artist, Morgan Taylor will perform his one-of-a-kind, music and animation show to a hometown New York audience. Fresh from his appearance at WILCO’s revered Solid Sound festival, Taylor will be featuring material from his new album “Brighter Side” alongside classic fan favorites.

Doors at: 

doors at 10:30am

$8 advance, $10 day of show

SPACE Gallery is proud to present Mendacious Veracity, a colorful installation by Liz Miller who currently resides in Good Thunder, MN. 

SPACE Gallery is proud to present Babel Revisited - a collaboratation between Austin, TX - based artist duo, Leslie Mutchler and Jason Urban. Babel Revisited is a pop up exhibition on occasion of the New England Art Book Fair on view from October 6th through the 14th.

Mutchler and Urban will be giving a talk about Babel Revisted on Saturday October 7th, 11:30am. Both the talk and the New England Art Book Fair are free and open to all.


From director Andrew Rossi (Page One: Inside the New York Times, The First Monday in May) comes an electrifying portrait of writer and performer Okwui Okpokwasili and her acclaimed one-woman show, BRONX GOTHIC. Rooted in memories of her childhood, Okwui – who’s worked with conceptual artists like Ralph Lemon and Julie Taymor – fuses dance, song, drama and comedy to create a mesmerizing space in which audiences can engage with a story about two 12-year-old black girls coming of age in the 1980s.

Doors at: 

Doors open at 6:30pm

$6 For SPACE Members and Students w/ ID

In 2017, Maine Law's Justice For Women Lecture Series welcomed Zainah Anwar of Malaysia. Ms. Anwar is at the forefront of the Islamic feminist movement, which seeks to end the use fo Islam to justify discrimination against women around the world. During her visit, Ms. Anwar met with high school girls in small groups to share their stories and experiences as Muslim women. Learning about Ms. Anwar's work motivated these young women to participate in the creation fo a photo exhibit that is now traveling to locations throughout the state. 

Free/Suggested Donation

Sinkane music -- every note of it -- comes straight out of a generosity of spirit. Never has that spirit been on more vivid display than on the uplifting new album Life & Livin' It. This is feel-good music for trying times, celebrating what makes life good without ignoring what makes it hard.

Doors at: 

doors at 7:00pm

$12 advance, $15 day of show
Performance: Freedom Project

FREEDOM PROJECT is a multimedia physical theater piece that interweaves gripping personal stories, evocative imagery, and athletic choreography in an examination of mass incarceration in America. With material drawn from extensive research, as well as personal experience, Everett Company call upon our common humanity to challenge the conditions that have transformed the “land of the free” into the most incarcerating country in the world. 

Performances on Friday, September 8th and Saturday, September 9th
Doors for both performances at 7:00PM. 

Doors at: 

Doors at 7:00

Music: Choke & Croon

Atlanta troubadour Ben Trickey delves the brow-sweaty, hands-dirty depths of Americana with visceral hope and a kicked-dog vibrato. Rounding out the evening is a solo set of acoustic-doom by Delta Sierra front-man Brandon Schmitt, narrative performances by Maine authors Nadia Prupis and Douglas W. Milliken, and primitive chamber-folk duo Thorn & Shout.

Doors at: 

Doors @ 7:00

Artist Talk: Surabhi Ghosh

In a talk titled “Now to then, there to here / Then to now, here to there,” Surabhi Ghosh will discuss her work as part of an impossible quest to understand what it means to be a member of the South Asian diaspora. After drawing a circuitous path between creative methods, material studies, historical research, and personal background, she will introduce a work-in-progress: a textile installation for the SPACE Window that references garlands, cultural rituals, and competing nationalist narratives.

Photos by Guy L'Heureux


SPACE artist-in-residence Surabhi Ghosh culminates her two-week residency in a textile installation, Garlanding and Guise. The work examines the cultural significance of repetitive patterning by drawing on the marginalized power of the decorative, referencing ritual and competing nationalist narratives.


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