Portfolio Reviews for Local Artists!   06.13.18

There are so many reasons to become a SPACES Season Pass member!

Your annual Season Pass membership gets you access to some pretty incredible perks:
-FREE admission to next week's members-only closing party for the 40th anniversary exhibition
-10% discount in the SPACES Publication Shop, where you can buy limited edition publications by artists like Jacob Koestler, Corrie Slawson, and Ward Shelley.
-Artists can get a seat at the 8x8x8 table on 6/28 (RSVP to

We are also thrilled to announce that SPACES programming staff will conduct monthly portfolio reviews with our artist Season Pass members, starting in June. If you are a Season Pass member and would like to participate in a portfolio review with SPACES Executive Director Christina Vassallo on 6/29, please RSVP to and indicate which time slot you'd prefer: 10 am, 11 am, noon. Reviews are offered on a first-come-first-served basis.

Membership starts at $25 for students, artists, and seniors and $50 for everybody else. Higher membership levels get you additional bragging rights on our website, donor wall, emails and quarterly printed publication.

Author: Christina Vassallo, Executive Director
Category: Season Pass

Pet Portraits by Kristen Cliffel   01.09.16

Need another incentive to sign up for Season Pass or renew your membership? Purchase a Season Pass, at the $50 level or above before January 31st, and receive a free commemorative plate adorned with a portrait of you and your pet, fired by Cleveland-based artist Kirsten Cliffel.

Those who adopt a pet from Second Hand Mutts through the Dog Days event and sign up for a $25-level Season Pass receive a plate with a portrait of them and their new best friend.

Here's how it works: sign up for Season Pass, send us a photo of you and your pet (, and we'll let you know when your plate is ready for pick up.


Author: Christina Vassallo, Executive Director
Category: Season Pass

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