Thursday, August 27, 2009
Monday, August 24, 2009
THE PICTURE SHOW 2
Positive Space will hold their 2nd annual film festival at Sage Projects this year. Featuring short films/animations by Andrew Frueh, Bruce James, Noah Grant-Levine, Lindsay Kovnat, Greta Scheing, Kevin Kernan and more....
Free admission and refreshments will be available.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 7pm
333 South Street
Philadelphia PA 19147
or 215-text-art (839-8278)
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
In Sunday's Inquirer Sage Projects got it's first real review for Dragnet. The writer, Edith Newhall, talked about the show in terms of the exhibition design and the theme, and talked about a number of the works and artists. With 48 artists it is impossible to list or talk about every piece and she used some as examples that backed up her theory of the show. A good review brings out a different perspective than one might have themselves, and I think Ms. Newhall has done that. All the artists associated with Dragnet understand the value of critical writing and are happy to have had their show reviewed. Read the review here.
Others in the media have shown support by mentioning Dragnet or listing the show, use this link or scroll down to see the list. Sorry if we missed anyone.
Thursday, August 13, 2009
OBJECTS and STORMS
Lower Level Project Space
New Work: BLUE COLLAR
Reception Sunday, September 13, 6-8pm
Show dates September 6 -27
Download Press Release (pdf)
Download Press Release (doc)
Gallery is Open and Free to the Public
Weds, Thurs 12-6pm, Fri thru Sun 2-8pm
Validated parking available (check website)
Top, 6 ink drawings on paper, each 8.5 x 11 inches, 2008-09, by Don Kaiser.
Bottom, Wide Load, R-3.0 insulation panel, spray paint, 48 x 96 x 1 inches, 2009, by Vincent Romaniello.
Dragnet continues through August 30.
Come by and see it for yourself.
Monday, August 3, 2009
Donuts are on us!
First Friday, August 7, is the artist reception for DRAGNET from 6-8pm. Show closes Sunday, August 30, 2009. See the sidebar for hours and parking.
Sage Projects is located at 333 South Street, Philadelphia, across from the TLA.
Read about it on Artblog and Citypaper.