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09.21 2009


Chain & The Gang (from DC- Ian Svenonius)
Drink Up Buttercup
8:00 pm
Eight bucks, All Ages.
More at R5 Productions.

09.19 2009


TONIGHT come down for the CLOSING RECEPTION of Muralmorphosis, an animated film painted frame by frame on a house-sized wall by a team of artists (including myself) as part of the Philly Fringe Festival, and with the support of the Mural Arts Program.
It was an insane amount of work. Come eat and drink in the great outdoors and enjoy musical performances by Charles Cohen (Color is Luxury), Yanni Papadopoulous, Chalk, Beige Americans and Planet Y. I assume they will be screening the animation- something will definitely be projected onto a wall.

TONIGHT- September 19th
Empty Lot at 2nd and Race Streets

Philly Live Arts Festival
Mural Arts Program

09.16 2009


Tivo It’s Always Sunny and come see Sweatheart, Jonesin’ and AJW’s Art Jokes here at 1026.
Thursday Night, Five bucks suggested donation.
Eight PM.

09.15 2009


A night of all prop comedy with
Rose Luardo,
Jacob Marcinek,
Kendra Gaeta,
Laris Kreslins,
Billy Dufala,
Liz Thamm,
Joanna Quigley with Brendan Keegan,
Sharon Curley,
Andrew Jeffrey Wright
and more,
or less.

09.15 2009

Restorations, and a city safe from sea

a city safe from sea
7:00 pm
Five bucks, All Ages.

09.15 2009

Chain & The Gang and Drink Up Buttercup

Chain & The Gang (from DC- Ian Svenonius)
Drink Up Buttercup
8:00 pm
Eight bucks, All Ages.
More at R5 Productions

09.15 2009

Sweatheart and Jonesin’ at 1026

Sweatheart (Our very own…)
Jonesin’ (from SF)
8:00 pm

09.10 2009

Vaudevillains NYB presents Big Fun!

Vaudevillains NYB presents Big Fun

as part of the 2009 Philly Fringe

only two performances remaining: Monday Sept 14th and Tuesday Sept 15th both at 8pm
featuring VNYB video footage by Dave Dunn, 3 dances by Club Lyfestile, and some marching band tunes from the Hoppin’ John Orchestra.

come have a seat inside the Barbary transformed as a theater space. 951 Frankford Ave.

tickets are $15 but there are several discounts through the Fringe. check the website for details.
also follow Vaudevillains on Twitter for at-the-door discounts tweet!

NBC10 came to the Labor Day Performance and had this to say: it’s all good.l

There are also a few days remaining in the Big FUNdraiser Raffle which includes a complete 2009 subscription to Mark Price’s Zine of the Month and a Big Fun poster designed by Thom Lessner. more info and online ticket orders:

The winning raffle tickets will be announced at the final performance of Big Fun on the 15th and all are invited to come to the Big Fun after- Dance Party hosted by the Club Lyfestile kids. 9pm-2am at the Barbary with $1 drinks until 11pm.

For more info on everything: look here

08.28 2009


LIGHTNING BOLT, BOBO, DRUMS LIKE MACHINE GUNS AND ANDREW JEFFREY WRIGHT – ART JOKES all the way live at The First Unitarian Church, 2125 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, Monday August 31st, 8pm, $10. It’s and all age rage!

08.26 2009


doors, 7:00PM start

It’s that time of the year again, time for the annual Space 1026 Art Auction!
This year’s event will kick off at 7pm on Friday, December 11th here at 1026 Arch Street in Philadelphia.

We are excited and honored to announce confirmed donations from:
Matt Leines, AJ Fosik, Alex DaCorte, Steve Powers, Brian Chippendale, Annette Monnier, Taylor McKimens, Eddie Martinez, Suzannah Sinclair, Andrew Schoultz, Joseph Hart, Jeanette Mundt, Hilary Pecis, Matthew Palladino, Steven Harrington, Billy Dufala, Tim Gough, Caleb Neelon, Adam Wallacavage and many, many more.

Also expect donations from all of your favorite Space 1026-ers like Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Thom Lessner, Bill McRight, Chris Kline, Greg Pizzoli, Bonnie Brenda Scott and the rest!

Returning as our auctioneer is Todd B. Kimmell, Philadelphia’s perennial gentleman of the arts.


About the Space 1026 Art Auction: For the past twelve years we have opened our gallery to artists from all over the world, held events open to the public, and provided a collaborative and supportive environment to the Philadelphia arts community. Our annual auction makes these things possible, and it’s a great way to find amazing art that won’t break the bank. Last years’ auction was a huge success and a ton of fun; this year we’re hoping to make it even better.

More details and contact information HERE

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