Thank you to the Jacksonville Magazine for including us in your recent issue “Empowered Women.” If you would like to read the full issue online you can see it here. Article by: Jocelyn Tolbert Photo by: Michelle Calloway
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Thank you to all who came out to our opening reception of Candy: The Land of Donks. The evening was an amazing success and we we’re able to bring out over 400 people even in the midst of a Florida rainstorm. A special thanks to our artists Malcolm, Andre, Photea and Aaron. Video By: JG...
Inside, a tech and design center works over a large wood table in one corner, while a 10,000-square-foot gallery space features art. A pop-up shop will sell local art pieces in another section, and a coffee shop on the patio is in the works. In the backyard, a garden is planned, which will be created in conjunction with La Villa sustainable garden.
The founders of SPACE 42 believe that if you build it, they will come. It’s a hybrid warehouse in the newly-proclaimed Arts District of Jacksonville that combines technology with the arts. “Without art, technology fails,” says Kevin Calloway.
Artist Michael Alan’s first performance in Jacksonville is titled “Life, the Universe, and Everything.” A bold title that might strike fear into the heart of a more “serious” artist. But after interviewing Alan and learning more about his playful, joyous, startling and dynamic performance, it seems this show may, in fact, include everything that lies between life and the universe.
Where a dilapidated, junk filled warehouse once stood, a stunning new arts and events venue is opening in Jacksonville next month. While renovators aren’t typically considered artists, the transformation of Space 42 has been so dramatic and comprehensive, it feels like an artistic achievement has occurred.