In 1993, renowned singer-songwriter Elvis Costello partnered with The Brodsky Quartet to create a unique song cycle culminating in the album The Juliet Letters.  Each song takes the form of a letter and in each letter, Costello weaves a rich tapestry of characters and compelling stories. In the spirit of other classical and pop-fusing masterpieces, Costello and The Brodsky Quartet bring seemingly disparate voices together to present something beautiful, unique, and refreshingly new.

Saturday06.09.2018
Doors at: 

doors at 7:30pm

$10 advance, $12 day of show
$8 advance, $10 day of show for members

Ittetsu Nemoto, a former punk-turned-Buddhist-priest in Japan, has made a career out of helping suicidal people find reasons to live. But this work has come increasingly at the cost of his own family and health, as he refuses to draw lines between his patients and himself.

Monday03.19.2018
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Doors open at 6:30pm

$8
$6 for SPACE Members and Students w/ ID

Exhibition opening: Sandra Erbacher

Sandra Erbacher will discuss her exhibitions, Geometry of Oppression (SPACE) and TIIC (Border Patrol) as well as her process as an artist working from existing archives and drawing on archival modes of presentation. She will be joined by Sarah Hamerman, an art librarian and researcher who currently works at the MoMA Library.

Opening Reception Events

5:00pm Gallery open hours begin at Border Patrol 

6:00pm Gallery open hours begin at SPACE

Friday03.16.2018
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Doors at SPACE open at 6:00pm

Sandra Erbacher’s most recent work explores the parallels between bureaucracy and fascism via the appropriation and juxtaposition of text and diagrams from office furniture archives, images, fascist architecture and fashion, and the history of Nazi Germany.

Join Baltimore-based artists, Dave Eassa and Jerrell Gibbs, as they swap tales about art, activism and the importance of optimism. Bagged lunches are suggested and drinks will be available for purchase.

 

Saturday03.10.2018
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Doors at 12:30pm

Wednesday03.21.2018
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Doors open at 6pm

FREE to the public

In the mid-1800s, after decades of the scientific and economic march of the Industrial Revolution has created an age of both new prosperity and new problems, a 26-year-old writer, researcher and radical named Karl Marx embarks, with his wife Jenny, on the road to exile. In Paris in 1844 they meet young Friedrich Engels, the well-to-do son of a factory owner whose studies and research has exposed the poor wages and worse conditions of the new English working class who operate looms, printing presses and other engines of industry that enrich their owners while punishing laborers.

Sunday03.25.2018
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Doors open at 6:30pm

$8
$6 for SPACE Members and Students w/ ID [FREE for USM Staff and Students w/ ID]

After a decade of sharing stages and crafting collaborations in the studio, real-life rap BFFs SAGE FRANCIS and B. DOLAN have finally caved to years of fan pressure to form an official group: EPIC BEARD MEN. The super-duo embraced the absurd name as a reminder to themselves that, while they tackle a lot of difficult subject matter in their solo work, this group’s mission* boils down to one thing: “This is supposed to be fun, for fuck’s sake.” 

Wednesday03.14.2018
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doors at 7:30

$15 advance, $18 day of show

When life hits him hard, Joe Carman punches back. Newly 40, Joe juggles long hours working in a boiler room, an ongoing custody battle, his wife’s chronic illness, and the demands of raising four girls. The one place he finds release is in the ring, where he competes in the bruising sport of mixed martial arts. Despite the promise he made to his family to stop fighting, Joe continues to train secretly, determined to prove that he can keep up with the new crop of younger, up-and-coming competitors.

Thursday03.08.2018
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Doors open at 6:30pm.

$8
$6 for SPACE Members and Students w/ ID

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