3:13 pm - Fri, Oct 10, 2014

And, we’re back!

After 3,715 miles, the Cargo Space is safely back in Houston, with only a couple of minor dents to show for it (not our fault, either). Thanks to everyone who helped, hosted, participated, funded, attended, listened, resided, played, visited, and generally, was.  We had a blast on the road. Even though the bus is going (relatively) static for a bit, there’s a lot to do. Chief among these chores is the development and publication of the Cargo Space 2014 book. Look for it here, but don’t look for it too soon. First comes laundry! And a nap! And tacos!

Cheers again to all our new friends, and all our old friends. Miss you already!

5:22 pm - Wed, Oct 8, 2014
3,000 miles!
The odometer spun over today at 3:17pm. We’ve traveled three-thousand miles since July. Some other milestones for this year include: 8 states, 5 exhibitions, and the facilitation of 22 new artworks.

3,000 miles!
The odometer spun over today at 3:17pm. We’ve traveled three-thousand miles since July. Some other milestones for this year include: 8 states, 5 exhibitions, and the facilitation of 22 new artworks.

8:22 pm - Sun, Oct 5, 2014
#thecargospace  at Fort Gondo!

#thecargospace at Fort Gondo!

4:05 pm
Missouri loves company. The Cargo Space is at Washington University in St. Louis. Look for us at Fort Gondo tonight from 6 to 7, and at Wash U tomorrow and Tuesday.

Missouri loves company. The Cargo Space is at Washington University in St. Louis. Look for us at Fort Gondo tonight from 6 to 7, and at Wash U tomorrow and Tuesday.

3:32 pm - Fri, Oct 3, 2014

Cargo Space in St. Louis (SOON!)

Just as we opened *another* Cargo Space exhibition (this one at the Heuser Art Center at Bradley University), we’re gearing up for our visit to Washington University in St. Louis. In or around St. Louis on Monday? Stop by and say hi!

10:42 am - Thu, Oct 2, 2014
Cargo Space lecture tonight at 5. Reception to follow. Where? Bradley University. That’s where.

Cargo Space lecture tonight at 5. Reception to follow. Where? Bradley University. That’s where.

11:57 am - Sun, Sep 28, 2014

20(ish) years later, Grennan & Sperandio return to Peoria…

2:40 pm - Wed, Sep 24, 2014

Bus Stop!

The bus is in storage for a week, as we take a well-deserved break, and to catch up on our mail. We’re at Bradley University in Peoria starting on Monday. Catch  the latest Cargo Space exhibition at the Heuser Art Gallery starting on Thursday, October 2 from 5 to 7:30.

12:48 pm - Mon, Sep 22, 2014
#thecargospace is in storage this week… Why? Stay tuned ;-)

#thecargospace is in storage this week… Why? Stay tuned ;-)

11:54 am - Sun, Sep 21, 2014
More looking back. #thecargospace at the Walker Art Center Open Field

More looking back. #thecargospace at the Walker Art Center Open Field

1:57 pm - Sat, Sep 20, 2014
View of Chicago from #thecargospace

View of Chicago from #thecargospace

1:04 pm
As we prepare to leave Chicago, a look back #thecargospace

As we prepare to leave Chicago, a look back #thecargospace

10:35 pm - Wed, Sep 17, 2014
Cargo Space at Papermaker’s Garden on Wabash in Chicago.

Cargo Space at Papermaker’s Garden on Wabash in Chicago.

2:40 pm

Cargo Space: Milwaukee/Chicago. Last call and press round-up

The dual exhibitions are set to close on this Saturday. If you’re in Chicago this Friday, stop by A+D Gallery for the closing reception on Friday, September 19, between 4PM and 9PM (in conjunction with the Wabash Arts Corridor Crawl).

We’ve been lucky enough to make a few of the local papers, as well as being the subject of an upcoming piece on Milwaukee Public Television.

Next up? Cargo Space visit Bradley University in Peoria, IL, with an exhibition that opens on October 2.

11:46 am - Fri, Sep 12, 2014

Cargo Space is heading back to Chicago!

The Cargo Space exhibition at INOVA continues through Sept. 20, but it’s time to take the bus on the road again. After three weeks in dry-dock, it’s time to shake off the dust and ride the line back to Chicago’s A + D Gallery.

We couldn’t have asked for a better send-off last night than a Sara Daleiden-led discussion with an assembled group of Milwaukee-based practitioners. If you’re in Milwaukee, you can see the traces of this wide-ranging group-think, but you only have nine days left!

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