Archive for the ‘art’ Category

01.02 2012

UNSUSTAINABLE – Opening Friday

UNSUSTAINABLE – works by Jay Hardman – opens Friday, January 6th, 2012

You can read more about Hardman’s exhibition on the Knight Foundation’s website and on the Onion’s A.V. Club

12.06 2011

TOMORROW NIGHT – Sketch Playground!

A night of sketch and improv hosted by Dan Vetrano.

Wednesday, December 7th (Facebook event page)
Sketch Playground with Dan Vetrano
doors 7:30, comedy 8pm

12.02 2011

TOMORROW! Saturday Session of the AV Club

Saturday Session of the AV Club (Facebook event page)
We welcome the Museum of Children’s Electronic Instruments for a day of audio/visual fun!  Learn how to make music with electronic music machines, basic safe circuit bending and creating video art. Play some songs and enjoy refreshments.

This is a family-friendly electronic music-making event – please bring your kids!
1pm to 4pm

12.01 2011

Art Auction Preview

Bellow are a few donations that will be auctioned on Friday, December 9th!

For additional details view the Auction Info Page!

Even more donations will be available to preview here.

11.30 2011

AUCTION ITEM: Have your marriage officiated by Joanna S. Quigley

Last year, Joanna S. Quigley auctioned off herself for a date and this year she would like to marry you. No wait, not marry you, she wants to marry you and your sweetheart! Recently ordained minister of the Universal Life Church, Quigley will be auctioning off her services to officiate your wedding ceremony. She is available to perform any type of marriage ceremony or union and offers the option of costume, performance and/or general theatrics. Let’s really make this a day to remember!

11.08 2011

Our Schedule Is Change – Tim Kerr & Friends through November 25th

Our Schedule Is Change
Tim Kerr & Friends

In the gallery through November 25th – more images here.

11.08 2011

Wheat Paste Your Heart Out

Wheat Paste Your Heart Out
November 12th, 6-10 pm
@ AUX Space
319 N 11th St, Third Fl

Linnea Vegh and former 1026 intern Dietrich Meyer present to you “Wheat Paste Your Heart Out”, a celebration of Philadelphia’s wheat pasters. We will be showcasing the 30, 4’x8′, panels that we have placed around the city and what the cities artists have done with them. We will also be constructing a large installation that will be put in Vox’s new AUX space. So come out on this night, November 12th, to celebrate the artists in this city of ours! For more information go to

11.01 2011

Opening Friday

Tim Kerr & Friends (Like Clint Woodside)
Our Schedule Is Change
More, including a full list of Tim’s friends here

10.25 2011

Last week to see

It’s the last week to see Amber Dubois, Steven Riddle and MOMO here at Space 1026.
Stop by whenever – the gallery is open as long as someone is here.
Then get ready for Tim Kerr & Friends – opening Friday November 4th

10.23 2011

From Wall Street to Market Street

Leah and I co-designed this single sided, single color broadsheet to be printed on site at Occupy Philadelphia. In keeping with the democratic spirit of the protest, all of the content was culled from signs we saw in the re-christened People’s (formerly Dilworth) Plaza on the west side of Philadelphia’s City Hall. Inspired partially by other printed projects associated with the Occupy movement (Occupy George, The Occupied Wall St. Journal and various other projects) we printed, dried, folded and gave away these prints last Friday afternoon.

You can download a PDF version for your home printer here (it’s about 25m)
And view a lot more images HERE.