516 ARTS is an independent, nonprofit arts venue in the center of Downtown Albuquerque. The 5,500 square foot, two-story gallery is a unique, hybrid somewhere between a gallery and museum.
The second in our series reports from the “Outer Regions” symposium, a diagram introduced by Adelheid Mers (created in response to Vilém Flusser’s essay “Exile and Creativity”) that proved an invaluable tool for discussion.
Seed Space is an artist-run, non-profit lab for site-specific installation, sculpture, video and performance-based work in Nashville.
“Outer Regions: Roundtables and Public Panel Discussion,” a two-day event held at East Tennessee State University with funding support from the Mary B. Martin School of the Arts, was organized by Vanessa Mayoraz and Andrew Scott Ross to explore the ramifications of artistic practice outside of major metropolitan art centers.
Located in the historic Chestnut Square building, threesquared is a contemporary art space dedicated to showcasing artists working nationally and internationally in a variety of media.
Coop is a curatorial collective made up of artists, curators, thinkers and professors who are committed to expanding Nashville’s dialogue with contemporary art by presenting challenging new or under-represented artists/artworks in the community.
Good Weather is a new gallery in North Little Rock, Arkansas presenting contemporary work and investigating the site of the American suburban garage and its vast flexibility.
Max Guy interviews Carey Chiaia of Open Space Gallery about emerging Baltimore staple, The Publications and Multiples Fair.
Autumn Knight’s work is among the most dynamic, interesting, and under appreciated happening in Houston.
Andrea Grover moved to Houston in 1995 to attend the Core Program. Shortly after, she founded the Aurora Picture Show. Andrea has much to say about the playfulness and DIY spirit of the Houston art scene and reveals the secret of running a successful program at Aurora.