Friday, January 30, 2009


I stole some speakers at work today, and ended up listening to an interview with the people responsible for this project:
SPCMKR facilitates and documents space exchanges, providing a site through which to organize a gift-economy between users. The web-based component of the project provides an interface for locating and contributing resources, arranging for temporarily inhabiting surplus spaces, and documenting both the exchange and the activities that occur while in residence. SPCMKR is a way in which to proliferate small everyday surpluses, allowing for flexible, friendly opportunities, rather than engaging with government or institutional power structures. SPCMKR should be understood not as a residency to which you apply but rather as a network in which you can contribute and benefit from the exchange of resources.

Studio Space Available in Elkton, MD

Studio space available immediately in Elkton, MD. Storefront location with large windows and alot of light. Looking for a few responsible artists to share space, which is 650 sq ft with an open layout. Rent is a flat $200 a month (your rent would cover space rental and utilities). Wireless internet is available at no extra charge. Lease is month to month. If interested contact Kristina at 302-437-4307 or via email at:

Monday, January 26, 2009

Artist Live/Work Space Coming to Wilmington in 2010

Check out the article in Spark weekly for further details about the affordable artists live/work spaces that will be available this spring!

Applications for Shipley Lofts can be downloaded by following this link:

The Ingerman Group and the Shipley Village Community Development Corporation will begin taking applications from artists immediately. The application will be a three-part process: the applicant must first qualify as a perspective renter, followed by an income and credit check, and lastly there will be a review of the applicant's artwork.

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

1st State Fundreds On View at the University of Delaware

Reception: Thursday, January 8th from 6-9pm
Recitation Gallery
University of Delaware