If chocolate and songs don’t work, block print for their affections! Carve your design and print your own Valentines and love notes. Ages 8+, children must be accompanied by adults. Materials provided and sweets included. $10
Register online here!
February 5th- February 25th
Opening Reception // February 5th 7-10 p.m.
Space 1026 presents new work by Brooklyn based artist Eland Ward. Join us for this exhibition of large scale works on paper! Atmospheric and meditative, these studies explore the tension between the mundane activity that constitutes the majority of our waking hours and under the daily conditions of production and consumption. Ward succeeds through process to reclaim the quiet space from the always connected, yet simultaneously fragmented digital world in which we share.
Who likes watching food be prepared? EVERYBODY DOES! Watch this new video made by Andrew Jeffrey Wright and a bunch of kids at the Kensington Library. CLICK IT—>
Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.
SPACE 1026′s ANNUAL OFF THE BLANKET SALE!
Prints! Zines! Books! Tshirts! Buttons! Calendars! Cards! Old Stuff! New Stuff!
From members of Space 1026 and Friends
Saturday December 19th, 2015
Noon to 6pm
1026 Arch Street 2nd Floor Philadelphia
Proto and Process: History Truck Mid-Cycle in Chinatown/North
Opening Friday, January 8, 2016
5 p.m.-8 p.m.
This January, join the Philadelphia Public History Truck for a midyear exhibition revealing the process behind this mobile museum’s community-engaged curatorial approach. Since August, History Truck’s team has been collaborating with community members in Chinatown North to develop a mobile exhibition launching in June 2016 about neighborhood notions of home and the history of homelessness. During the Fall, Truck curator Erin Bernard led a class of Spark-Fuel-Ignite graduate students from the University of the Arts, String Theory Charter School, Science Leadership Academy at Beeber, and Hallahan Catholic School for Girls in design thinking and on the ground creative work at Asian Arts Initiative and the Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission. During January, the Truck extends its conversation to Chinatown stakeholders through a Memory Potluck in collaboration with Space 1026 and the Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation on Saturday, January 23rd at 6 p.m. Contribute and build with us as we ready ourselves for the research and fabrication!