Cool Cleveland / Anastasia Pantsios / January 15, 2017
SPACES Gallery opened its new location in the remodeled Van Rooy Coffee building with a weekend of activities, including a free public open house on Sun 1/15. Hundreds of visitors stopped by to explore a series of temporary installations in spaces throughout the building (and outside) by local art starts such as Jeff Chiplis,
Cleveland Scene / Emanuel Wallace / January 16, 2017
SPACES officially opened its new home in Hingetown with a party and reception over the weekend. It was a glorious affair befitting the glorious new gallery. Photos by Emanuel Wallace.
Cleveland Scene / Josh Usmani / January 11, 2017
After months of anticipation, Spaces is finally ready to open the doors to its new location in the former Van Rooy Coffee building at 2900 Detroit Ave. Although its first exhibitions won’t open to the public until later this month,
The Plain Dealer / By Grant Segall / January 5, 2017
Christina Vassallo runs Spaces, a nonprofit group helping artists create. On Jan. 14 and 15, Spaces will celebrate its new home: the ground floor of the old Van Rooy Coffee building on Detroit and West 29th in the rising Hingetown neighborhood.
The highly anticipated grand opening of SPACES at the Van Rooy Coffee Building will feature two days of celebration on January 14 – 15, 2017. The weekend is designed to showcase the new neighborhood and home of SPACES, as well as the impact we’ve had on artists and audience members for almost 40 years.
Spaces to SPACES: A Progressive Housewarming
SPACES is accepting proposals for artworks that will unveil the parts of our new building that audience members normally won’t see, during the grand opening on 1/14/17. We are seeking installations and performances that offer moments of discovery in the unexpected places throughout the Van Rooy Coffee Building’s ground floor.