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The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery ‘2021 Members Exhibition’ Group Show and ‘Holding Pattern’ by Christy Mitchell Open Friday, June 11!

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery ‘2021 Members Exhibition’ Group Show and ‘Holding Pattern’ by Christy Mitchell Open Friday, June 11!

Artwork shown here by Nick Thabit, Stanton Sears, Brendan Bush, and Alexander Costantino

‘The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery 2021 Members Exhibition’
Group show by 50 Member Artists!

June 11 – August 7, 2021

Opening Reception: Friday, June 11 from 6pm – 9pm

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery
is proud to feature work by 50 member artists from across Vermont. Each artist was prompted to bring up to three pieces, regardless of content or medium, that represents their personal style. The result is a wide range of perspectives in materials ranging from fiber, metal, wood, oil painting, collage and more. This summer long members exhibition has something for everyone in accessible price ranges that allow you to have fun while you support local arts.

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery curated hallways of The Soda Plant are open for self guided walk-throughs Monday – Saturday from 10am – 5pm
The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery doors open with attendant Friday & Saturday 12pm – 5pm

‘Line Out’, assemblage by Christy Mitchell

‘Holding Pattern’
Solo Installation by Christy Mitchell

June 11 – August 7, 2021

Opening Reception: Friday, June 11 from 6pm – 9pm

Set in an early 20th century Victorian style home, ‘Holding Pattern’ imagines conversations and changes to everyday life experienced over many decades and family dynamics. If these walls could talk about the things that we say and what we hide from the public, what would they tell us? Christy Mitchell combines artifacts from the past to tell stories about modern day topics that have affected her personally, but are also universal. As we are collectively released from the holding pattern of the last year, a critical eye must be trained on what we will take with us and what should be left behind.  

266 Pine Street, Suite 105, Burlington, VT 
Open Fridays & Saturdays from 12pm – 5pm

Fore more info email: spacegalleryvt@gmail.com

Stay safe, stay creative, and see you soon!

Virtual Closing Reception for ‘Unnatural Light’, August 28th on Instagram Live from 6-8pm!

‘Unnatural Light’ Virtual Closing Reception August 28th!

Instagram Live, Cocktails with Christy @ spacegalleryvt from 6-8pm

‘Unnatural Light’ Shown Here, work by Will C, Kim Desjardins, and Alexander Costantino

‘Unnatural Light’ has been the longest lasting exhibition in our 10 years at The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery! Join us as we close out the show to usher in a new exhibition this September. Visit our page here Space Gallery VT to watch and follow along with ‘Cocktails with Christy’ and conversations about art. You may also ask to join in to talk with us from home by selecting the “ask to join” button when you log on the highlighted stories section for the Live Stream, as we would love to talk to you about your work or answer any questions you may have! On your phone the Instagram page is @ spacegalleryvt. See you soon…virtually!

See you there!

May 15th, 2020 Instagram Live Artist Q&A!

AMA – Ask Me Anything – May 15th, 2020

Instagram Live Feed Q&A with Artists

Join in the conversation tonight, Friday, May 15th from 6 – 8:30pm and ask the artists questions in the live feed comment section!

Gallery Director, Christy Mitchell Hosts the Q&A schedule as follows:

Beth Robinson    6:05 – 6:25
Dan Siegel           6:30 – 6:50
Ashley Roark       6:55 – 7:15
Jake Rifken          7:45 – 8:05
Moe O’Hara         8:10 – 8:30

Visit Instagram.com/spacegalleryvt on your computer or @spacegalleryvt on your phone and click on the live stream icon on our home page. Once you join, there are icons to wave and a heart to share love, and a comment section to write in any questions you have for us about art, our craft, business, or quarantine life!

Excited to talk with you all soon, stay well!

‘Word of Mouth’ Solo Exhibition by Christy Mitchell

Word of Mouth

Solo Exhibition by Christy Mitchell

November 8 – 30, 2019
Open Thursday – Saturday 12-5pm

Set in a 1950’s dream, apple pies cool on the window sill and girls talk on the phone with their friends about…everything. This annual site specific, conceptual installation by The Space Gallery Director, Christy Mitchell, often uses symbolism from past decades to comment on her own current story lines. ‘Word of Mouth’ has a few things to say about how we communicate and what is shared through networks in small towns. The process itself is nearly as interesting as the content when you consider how fast news travels and how it is interpreted. As you walk through the exhibition, tap into your own memories from the past. Each piece stands for a moment in time and a fleeting thought, smell, sight or taste. Each song has been handpicked, and every note is meant for you specifically.

Special thanks to all of our friends and supporters!
Jason Liggett
Aaron Stein
Anna May Sisk
Martha Hull
Jeff Bruno
Ashley Roark
& you!

 

Exciting News! SEABA Names New Executive Director! (hint: she’s ours too!)

SEABA Names New Executive Director
Christy Mitchell to Take on the Role

Christy will continue to serve as the Director of The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery, with additional staff for open hours and events. If you are interested in volunteering or part time work, please email us at spacegalleryvt@gmail.com. We are so excited!

For Immediate Release;

BURLINGTON, VT, MAY 9, 2019 – The South End Arts and Business Association’s (SEABA) Board of Directors is thrilled to welcome their new Executive Director, Christy Mitchell to the organization. Ms. Mitchell succeeds the Interim Executive Director, Jeanne Kirby, who will be rejoining the Board as part of our team. Mitchell will lead SEABA into the future with diverse efforts to support the South End’s vibrant creative and entrepreneurial community.

As a longstanding presence in the South End, Mitchell is prepared to serve as a champion and advocate of this exceptional Burlington neighborhood. A graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design, Mitchell has been an artist and small business owner in the South End for 15 years and brings extensive experience that will integrate perfectly with the SEABA mission. She assisted in securing the legal designation of the ‘South End Arts District’, and is currently the Director of The Space Gallery in The Soda Plant on Pine Street.

Christy Mitchell, photo by Lauren Mazzotta

My passion for the arts and love of creative endeavors has led me down a path of connecting artists to opportunity. My vision for the South End consists of building up relationships and paving new ways for artists and entrepreneurs to connect and communicate with each other and the broader community. My role at SEABA will be diverse, though centered on the idea of the organization being a platform to raise awareness and give a voice to artists and businesses, so that we all may thrive. I’m looking forward to many exciting days ahead.” – Christy Mitchell

We are very pleased to announce that Christy will be joining SEABA as our new Executive Director. This position requires a dynamic leader who is integral to our community, who has a deep knowledge of and appreciation for all that the South End has to offer,” stated Seth Mobley, President of the SEABA Board of Directors. “Christy is the right person to guide SEABA, to nurture its strengths, and to support the innovation taking place across our community.

In the next few months, the Board will work closely with Mitchell to explore and assess the South End’s needs by:
• Planning the 27th Annual South End Art Hop, optimizing its potential
• Conducting listening sessions within the community and engaging members
• Defining programmatic priorities for artists and businesses alike

The SEABA Board invites members of the South End and broader Burlington community to learn more about the organization’s current activities through the website; seaba.com, (802) 859-9222, or info@seaba.com.

Founded in 1986, the South End Arts and Business Association (SEABA) is a 501(c)(6) trade association. SEABA Exhibitions, Inc. was created as a 501(c)(3) to manage the public cultural and educational presentations of SEABA. SEABA is dedicated to promoting Burlington’s Pine Street corridor and its growing number of artists and businesses – large and small. Working together, our members create the unique character of the South End, a place where culture meets commerce.