A Philly “Institution”: Space 1026 Collaborative Art Space

A Philly “Institution”: Space 1026 Collaborative Art Space
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Christine Huang
  • 31 july 2007

When we started doing research for our recent trip to Philadelphia, one place was repeatedly suggested by friends and colleagues: Space 1026. So last week, we found our way to the artspace/gallery/workshop on Arch and 11th and were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to talk to one of its resident artists – Bill McRight. He spoke with us about the space, its history, and how collaborative workspaces help foster a feeling of community among the artists spread throughout the city.

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