Talks, Events & Demos

Artspace offers artists’ talks, events and demonstrations in conjunction with our exhibitions.  All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

First Friday

July 7, 6-10pm

Meet the Residents: Artist Talks with Ursula Gullow + David Politzer

Thursday July 13, 6:30-8:30pm

Meet our Pop In Artist in Residence, Ursula Gullow, and our Summer Artist in Residence, David Politzer, for this special artist talk!

 

Recent Events

Gallery Tour of 30th Anniversary Retrospective with Director of Artistic Programs, Annah Lee

Thursday June 1, 12-1pm

Come learn about the artwork and artists of the 30th Anniversary Retrospective, led by our Director of Artistic Programs, Annah Lee.

30th Anniversary Retrospective Artist + Donor Reception

Thursday May 18, 6-8pm

A special celebration for participating artists and donors of our 30th Anniversary Retrospective!

Tactile Talk with Artist Lauren Kalman

Saturday May 13, 12-1:30pm

Hear from artist Lauren Kalman, whose work is part of But if the Crime is Beautiful…, and get to touch the art!

Tactile Talk with Artist Holly Fischer

March 23, 6-9pm

Come Touch the Art! Join sculptor Holly Fischer as she talks about the works in her Upfront Gallery exhibition, Come Closer. Fischer will present materials used in her work for a tactile experience for the audience.

Artist Talk & Community Conversation with Artist Chad Erpelding

March 16, 7-9pm

Hear from artist Chad Erpelding, whose work is part of Location Known, and join in a community conversation on place. How do the places we inhabit (physically, emotionally) affect us? How do we represent the places we are from, the places we have been, the places we are going?

Community Conversation-Fear

Thursday January 12, 7-9pm

Artspace and artist Charles Williams invite you to join us for a Community Conversation to begin this New Year with the cultivation of a new and hopeful outlook. Charles will begin with a brief discussion of his work in Lost + Found and the concept of fear and then moderate an open conversation about fear with the audience. We’ll discuss a variety of things we fear: post-election results, law enforcement, failed resolutions, etc. We want to talk about ways we can learn from the experiences of each other and overcome our fears.

Interactive Art Experience

Friday January 6, 6-10pm

Stop by on First Friday and share your fears on the Fear Anonymous wall in our Lobby. This interactive piece compliments Charles Williams exhibition, Lost + Found, and will spark discussion during our Community Conversation.