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Adopt an Artist

Adopt an Artist

Adopt an Artist: The Storm Crow Tavern Print Ready at the Vancouver Art/Book Fair Print Ready’s attendance at this year’s Vancouver Art/Book Fair is generously sponsored by The Storm Crow Tavern through Project Space’s Adopt an Artist program. Look for a special gift from The Storm Crow Tavern in your free VA/BF 2015 tote bag.   The Storm Crow...
Q&A: KIOSK

Q&A: KIOSK

Juli Majer, Cristian Hernandez, and Hugo Noriega are the organizers behind the print fair KIOSK (hosted at Avenue Gallery from June 20–21, 27–28, 2015). KIOSK is a print fair with contributions mostly from visual artists.
Membership Drive Art Auction Items!

Membership Drive Art Auction Items!

This Saturday, we are hosting our annual Membership Drive at Untitled Gallery at 436 Coumbia Street. We are raising funds for the Vancouver Art Book Fair, as well as our other art publishing projects! In addition to becoming a member, you can also support Project Space, by participating in our silent art auction. Here are some...
Q&A: Steffanie Ling, on LIT LIT LIT LIT and The Bartleby Review

Q&A: Steffanie Ling, on LIT LIT LIT LIT and The Bartleby Review

Test Excerpt Steffanie Ling is a Vancouver-based writer, curator at CSA Space, and co-editor of The Bartleby Review. Emma Metcalfe Hurst and Steffanie Ling started the reading event
EVENT: Membership Drive 2015!  Saturday, September 26

EVENT: Membership Drive 2015! Saturday, September 26

Come party with Project Space for our annual Membership Drive Launch Party fundraiser for the Vancouver Art/Book Fair and other art publishing projects. This coming Saturday, at Untitled Gallery, (436 Columbia Street), support our organization by coming to enjoy:  – Silent Art Auction– Silent Auction of goods by our favourite local businesses– Reading Room by Moniker...
Transcription and the Chance Support: Kristien Van Den Brande presents Emily Dickinson

Transcription and the Chance Support: Kristien Van Den Brande presents Emily Dickinson

“A pang is more / conspicuous in spring / in contrast with the (those) / things that sing, / not Birds entirely, but / Minds – Minute Effulgencies / And Winds – / When what they sung / for is undone / who cares about / a Blue Bird’s tune — / why Resurrection /...
Event Review: SAD Mag Presents: The Movement Issue

Event Review: SAD Mag Presents: The Movement Issue

On August 29th, SAD Mag held a publication event to present its 19th issue, MOVEMENT. The event was presented at the Remington Gallery (108 E Hastings), included a contortion performance by Vixen Von Flex and improvised ballet by Christoph Von Riedemann and Livona Ellis, and the exhibit included the Points of Inflection project alongside some...
EVENT: Print Ready IV at Dynamo Arts Association

EVENT: Print Ready IV at Dynamo Arts Association

September 12th is the date for the fourth installation of Print Ready. This year features works by artists including: Sylvana d’Angelo, Justin Gradin, Michael Groat, Jaz Halloran, Phaedra Harder, Karlene Harvey, Michael Lachman, Juli Majer, Adrienne Marie, Caitlin McDonagh, Stephanie McDonell, Jeff Lee, Johnstone Metzger, Ryan Ming, The Crace Mountaineers, Cole James Pauls, Rat Salad,...
Q&A with Lemmit Kaplinski: Talking creativity, gentrification and running an artist-run printing space in Tartu, Estonia

Q&A with Lemmit Kaplinski: Talking creativity, gentrification and running an artist-run printing space in Tartu, Estonia

Talking creativity, gentrification and running an artist-run printing space in Tartu, Estonia An Interview with Lemmit Kaplinski by Jessie McNeil Most of us here in Vancouver have not heard of a country called Estonia. And those of us that do know it, usually picture the medieval old town of the country’s capital city Tallinn, communist-era architecture reminding us of...
Event: Monthly Open Studio, Electronic Information Age

Event: Monthly Open Studio, Electronic Information Age

“Electric Information Age,” was a survey of experimental paperbacks from the 1960s and 70s that took place Friday, August 21 at Project Space. The open studio was inspired by Vancouver Art/Book Fair exhibitor Inventory Press’ publication The Electric Information Age Book, and was curated by Jaz Halloran and Stephane Bernard. Books on view included Inventory Press’ titles The Electric...
Q&A: Matt Van Asselt, Mt. Home Arts

Q&A: Matt Van Asselt, Mt. Home Arts

Mt. Home Arts is a publisher/label with a focus on limited edition, hand-made and hand-printed objects. They will be exhibiting at the Vancouver Art Book Fair this October, you can also check out their work at www.mthomearts.com. We talked to Matt Van Asselt to find out a little bit more about where Mt. Home Arts came...
Q&A: Sylvana D'angelo, How To Induce a Lucid Dream

Q&A: Sylvana D’angelo, How To Induce a Lucid Dream

Sylvana D’angelo is an artist, curator and designer based in Vancouver. Her upcoming gallery exhibition, How To Induce a Lucid Dream will be taking place this weekend, from August 13-15 at Shudder Gallery (433 Columbia Street). She is also a founding member of Zine Club, an international round robin of print distribution. As a collective their aim...