Past Events

E.g., 2022/11/27
E.g., 2022/11/27

Music: Pile DIY heroes of transcendent rock and all things heavy

From their earliest days as the solo project of frontman Rick Maguire, Pile have followed an unusual path through a decade in which rock bands have generally receded from the cultural spotlight. Starting out in 2007, in the then thriving Boston DIY scene, the band rapidly became heroes and standard-bearers for their hometown’s music community, garnering a cultish-adoration that has only... MORE
Wednesday12.11.2019

Performance: Sara Juli's Burnt-Out Wife

Sara Juli named a 2019 National Dance Project Production Grant Finalist  A world premiere of Maine based artist Sara Juli’s latest feminist solo, Burnt­-Out Wife. Taking on topics such as monogamy, intimacy, loneliness, and other marital taboos, Juli employs her physical and comedic talents to explore autobiographical issues of importance to all women. This full length, multimedia work... MORE
Thursday10.17.2019

Workshop: Kindling Fund Information Session at The Center for Maine Contemporary Art

Please join us for a Kindling Fund grant workshop hosted by SPACE's Visual Arts Programmer, Elizabeth Spavento. The workshop will run for about an hour with time for questions at the end. Elizabeth will present a brief overview of the program and will coach audiences on how to create a competitive application. The Kindling Fund supports artist-organized projects that engage audiences and... MORE
Wednesday10.02.2019

Workshop: Kindling Fund Grant Workshop at Waterfall Arts

Please join us for a Kindling Fund grant workshop hosted by SPACE's Visual Arts Programmer, Elizabeth Spavento. The workshop will run for about an hour with time for questions at the end. Elizabeth will present a brief overview of the program and will coach audiences on how to create a competitive application. The Kindling Fund supports artist-organized projects that engage audiences and... MORE
Tuesday10.01.2019

Music: Xiu Xiu with Million Brazilians new trio line-up featuring Thor Harris and Christopher Pravdica of Swans

Xiu Xiu is the ever-changing experimental art-music-performance project and most of all, band led by Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist-composer-songwriter Jamie Stewart. Over 17 years, more than a dozen band members, 14 full-length records, and countless EPs, splits, and one-off collaborations, Xiu Xiu has blazed a path through uncompromising pop, rock, punk, noise, dance music, and the... MORE
Saturday09.28.2019

Artist Talk: Leah Triplett Harrington Part of The Chart's 2019 Visiting Critic Lecture Series

The Chart and SPACE are pleased to present a free, public lecture by arts writer and curator Leah Triplett Harrington on Thursday, September 26. Harrington's talk will be held at SPACE at 6pm as part of The Chart‘s 2019 Visiting Critic Lecture Series. Leah Triplett Harrington is a curator, editor, and writer. She is the founding editor of The Rib, a publication dedicated to contemporary art and... MORE
Thursday09.26.2019

Music: Moor Mother with Achene the radical hip-hop and experimental music-weaving poet-musician-visual artist makes her Maine debut!

Moor Mother is the viscerally charged output of Philadelphia based interdisciplinary artist, Camae Ayewa.  Camae Ayewa (Moor Mother) is a musician, poet, visual artist, and workshop facilitator, and has performed at numerous festivals, colleges, g​alleries, and museums around the world, sharing the stage with King Britt, Roscoe Mitchell, Claudia Rankine, Bell Hooks, and more. In... MORE
Tuesday09.24.2019