Call to Artists: All the Feels – February Exhibition at SPACE!

Call to Artists: All the Feels

‘All the Feels’ seeks submissions of artwork that exude emotion, feeling, and cause reactions! Whether in the creation process from the artist, in the content of the piece, or in the response from the viewer while taking in the work, we want to feel something. All artists working in all mediums are encouraged to apply! Deadline: February 2, 2020

February hosts Valentine’s Day, so we are encouraging love and kindness, though that is not the whole vibe! The Space Gallery aims to raise the heart rate of those engaging with the show in many ways. Think breathtaking, think quiet reflection, think grief, think infatuation, think with your gut….all of it…we can’t wait to experience it!

Abstract work can be incredibly moving, stories can be told through sculpture, and passion placed in portraits is all fair game. Upload images of your work for this curated exhibition and we will be in touch if the work fits in with the story line of this emotional group exhibition for the month of February at The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery!

Apply Here: All the Feels Application Form

Details: Juried and Curated, you will be notified if 1 or more of your pieces make the exhibition.

Deadline: Open now through February 2, drop off times to be announced for February 4 – 6.

Entry Fee: $15 per artist, $10 for members at drop off, ONLY if your work is selected. To apply is free!

Exhibition Duration: February 7 – February 29, 2020
First Friday Art Walk Opening Reception: Friday, February 7 from 5 – 9pm
Open Gallery Hours: Thursdays – Saturdays from 12-5pm

We look forward to seeing your work!

Call to Artists: ‘Dark Matter’ Exhibition at The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery

‘Dark Matter’ Exhibition Call for Art is here!

Submit up to 6 images of work for consideration here or online:

‘Dark Matter’ Online Application Form

Deadline is 11:59pm on Sunday, October 6th

11th Annual ‘dark arts’ exhibition to open on the 11th and close on Halloween!

Good luck and see you in October!

‘Avalon’ Closing Reception + Artist Talk by Alex Costantino

‘Avalon’ by Alex Costantino

First Friday Artwalk, August 3rd

Closing Reception from 5-8pm

Artist Talk at 7pm


‘East Island Tracts’, 3-D landscape installation by Alex Costantino

‘Avalon’
Landscape Installations by Alex Costantino
NOW’S YOUR CHANCE! Check out this unique exhibition for the first time or visit again to hear the talented Alex Costantino speak about the work, material, process, and concept behind ‘Avalon’, August 3rd at 7pm.
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In the better half of the 21st century, in the middle of a glacier-carved lake in the hilly north edge of a certain green, mountainous state, there is an island village called Avalon. It exists after scarcity, with a peculiar continuity to its past as a lumber milling center and a summertime retreat for farther-flung wealth. Avalon is a portrait of a particular rural future, one in which the questions of life in the outer edges of a wealthy, deeply unequal society have been answered in unexpected ways.

 

The world of Avalon is partially one of technological post scarcity, with much of the challenge of keeping everyone housed and clothed solved by careful and efficient extraction of the means of keeping all people housed, clothed, and fed using technologies most analogous to contemporary rapid prototyping, made democratically cheap and ubiquitous, but also changes in society, locally and throughout this global future, of more free and more equal distribution not only of the technology at issue, but the knowledge and means to use it. It hasn’t meant that there are no clerks, or farmers, or teachers on Avalon, but that none of them really want for anything.

The project of Avalon comes from a desire to see a future for the world we live in, one not mired in dystopias that warn us against our worst possible todays without pointing toward the better world that is indeed possible. It’s particularly pressed on by a desire to see a future that isn’t characterized by the bleeding edge of the technologically and culturally possible we see in most speculative fiction, one centered on the great cosmopolitan global cities or interplanetary frontiers, but one that can be envisioned in the small, aging towns, the remote and currently-shrinking places that have and likely will be receiving the future’s distribution second and third-hand.

 

‘Lighthouse Island’, three dimensional landscape installation by Alex Costantino

‘Small Works’ Holiday Exhibition at Space Gallery

Small Works

Annual Holiday Exhibition

December 1 – January 20

Opening Reception:
First Friday Art Walk, December 1 from 5 – 9pm

‘Snowed In’ mixed media collage by Ashley Roark

Artists of all ages, working in any medium were invited to bring artwork to The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery that was perfectly sized for gift giving or for that sweet spot in your own home or office….12″ or smaller in each direction…and they delivered!

Join us on First Friday and through the holidays to peruse hundreds of affordable creative offerings. The perfect opportunity to collect and give work by various artists. Enjoy and see you soon!


Additional First Friday Opening:
January 5th, 2018 from 5-9pm

Open Gallery Hours for Public Viewing/Shopping:
Thursdays – Saturdays from 12-5pm