Posts in 2013

11.19.2013 By anne
Waterfront Visions 2050 is currently on view in our main gallery through December 21. This exhibition, organized by Portland Society of Architecture, addresses the adaptation imposed by sea-level rise on the Portland waterfront and offers design solutions for its future development. We had a few words with participating architect ALAN KUNIHOLM about the show.  SPACE: Can... MORE
11.19.2013 By jenny
SPACE's storefront window is situated in the heart of the Arts District on busy Congress St, with hundreds of people passing by everyday. It is a unique exhibition space that allows the artist the freedom to work three dimensionally and to experiement with installation. Often the window is curated separately from our main gallery and our annex gallery, and it is of the first things people see... MORE
10.3.2013 By marcie
    It’s no secret that over the last 30 years, computers have replaced many handmade techniques. They’ve cut down production time and subsequent costs so it’s clear why this change has been adopted so readily. But when it comes to one of the most tried and true handmade traditions—sign painting—digitally produced signs will never capture the artist’s hand, the laborious technique,... MORE