September 22, 2016

Sketch Night occurs on the third Thursday of every month at Negative Space Gallery. There are models who do many different poses. The gallery’s other guests then do drawings of those models.

The model at the September Sketch Night was a young woman who goes by the name...

September 10, 2016

Negative Space Gallery had yet another great event on Friday, September 9. This time it was a concert, featuring the Depaysement, a Japanese rock band. The Depaysement came together in Japan in 2009, and they kicked off their current U.S. tour with the show at Negative...

August 29, 2016

The last Saturday of every month is always a big day for Negative Space Gallery. Every month on that night, the gallery hosts an open-mic night, where musicians, poets and others can show up and perform. In addition, it is frequently the night that new exhibits of artw...

August 17, 2016

As I have said before, one of the things I love about Negative Space is that it is more than just an art gallery. I love the artwork that is on exhibit there, and I really love Gadi Zamir’s work, but I also love the fact that the gallery presents many other events, par...

July 31, 2016

The last Saturday of every month is open-mic night at Negative Space. But yesterday, the last Saturday of July, was special. In addition to open-mic night, there was also the opening of a new exhibit. The new exhibit is called “The Living and the Growing,” and it featu...

June 25, 2016

Negative Space Gallery is much more than just an art gallery, and that’s one of the things I love about it. For example, when you walk into the main gallery, you can immediately see a large stage across from the entrance. And Negative Space presents many live musical p...

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This blog is curated by James Henke pictured above (image by: Tim Herron)

About the Author: James Henke is on the board at Negative Space with extensive music journalism experience. Henke's first job was at the Cleveland Plain Dealer. He then went to Rolling Stone magazine, where he was a staff writer and editor for 15 years. He was also Music Editor for about five years. After leaving Rolling Stone, Henke went on to become the first curator at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. He played a major role in putting the museum together. Henke has also written several books, including biographies of Bob Marley, John Lennon & Jim Morrison.

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