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Upcoming: Most Manly Sculpture Show

Jude Lewis

Bob Wysoki

Tom Hall

Trey Gegenfu

Eric Charlton

Jack Honeysett

Most Manly Sculpture Show

Thursday March 24th, 7-9pm

Spark Art Space, in conjunction with CASP, is pleased to present Most Manly Sculpture Show, curated by Jack Honeysett. This exhibition draws together 6 Syracuse based Sculptors and frames their work with a question; ‘What dictates the gender of an object?’

The idea of gendered objects exists as a construct of language, how do these understandings effect the way in which we read sculpture?

at 8pm there will be a performance of Sculpt Off, Jack Honeysett and Eric Charlton.

 

We’re Nervous

Last night Spark hosted the first show in Creative Art Space Programming’s 2016 schedule.

Curated by Owen Drysale, the show brought together works by Syracuse based artists as ‘an invitation of sorts to consider the particularities of our present’.

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Chris Zacher ‘Barrel’, Rachel Fein Smolinski ‘Deflection (Target Moves).

What is Creative Art Space Programming (CASP)?

CASP is an organization composed of graduate student artists of different disciplines living and working in Syracuse, CASP aims to build an awareness of, and involvement with, regional, national and international contemporary art within the Syracuse University community.

‘We’re Nervous’ exhibition marks the first in a series of shows supported by CASP. Here at Spark we are very excited about the work they are doing and are keen to continue hosting their exhibitions, the next of which will be opening Thursday March 24th 2016. ‘Most Manly Sculpture Show’ will be an exhibition of work by Syracuse Based artists working in sculpture.

Check out CASP website for more info: https://caspweb.wordpress.com/2016/03/18/were-nervous-march-17th-2016/

 

MFA Artwork on show every Monday

Every Monday night a unique event occurs at Spark.

Graduate students exhibit new work, and open up their practice in the form of a public critique.

Look out for these upcoming Monday night exhibitions!

March 28: Selma Selman + Sunyoung Lee + Jo You Lee

April 11: Eric Charlton + Joan Farrenkopf + Mirra Goldfrad

April 18: Landon Perkins + Joe Turek + Amy Su

April 25: Cait Finley + Adam Devkota + Xiaoyu Che

May 2: Courtney Asztalos + Amanda Struver + Preston Van Allen

Here are some examples of works shown so far at Spark in 2016.

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D’Angelo Williams’ Photo series.
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Tong Zhang’s Paintings.

and Jack Honeysett’s Exhibition in the Lower Gallery.

 

 

Physical Experience Reading Series + Screening

Hosted by Jonathan Aprea and Patrick Dundon. Featuring readings from, Rocio Anica, Jennifer H. Fortin, Cole Hager, Gina Keicher, Nate Pritts and video works by Nydia Blas, David Blandy and Larry Achiampong.

 

‘Tied Up’

An exhibition that showcased the way different artists are using string in their various practices across Syracuse. Curated by Eliza Wapner.

Spark Spring Recap

Spark would like to thank all the Artists who showed work, organized exhibitions and events at Spark this spring. We’ve had a really exiting start to the year, and the upcoming events at Spark look to continue this trend. It is your input into, and support for, Spark that makes it a great place for the artistic community of Syracuse.

Here are some selected events that happened at Spark in the last month which showcase what we do.

‘Tied Up’,

An exhibition that showcased the way different artists are using string in their various practices across Syracuse. Curated by Eliza Wapner.

 

‘Physical Experience Reading Series + Screening’

Hosted by Jonathan Aprea and Patrick Dundon. Featuring readings from, Rocio Anica, Jennifer H. Fortin, Cole Hager, Gina Keicher, Nate Pritts and video works by Nydia Blas, David Blandy and Larry Achiampong.

 

 

Rachel Fein’s installation of new photo work.

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