Show Information:The A.P.E. Gallery of Northampton, MA is pleased to present Life is Long an installation of artist William Hannum’s first cohesive body of work. The exhibition was inspired by the artist’s own video art piece “Birthday Cake Performance” which was included in A.P.E. Gallery’s summer 2012 show Round Trip. Life is Long explores themes of time, decadence, and the process of aging. The work further explores the juxtapositions of childhood and adulthood, pleasure and melancholy, as…See More
Gina Siepel1 x 1Site-specific InstallationJuly 2 – July 27, 2013Artist Reception on Arts Night Out: Friday, July 12: 5-8 pmShow Information: The A.P.E. Gallery of Northampton, MA is pleased to present 1 x 1, a live site-specific installation by Gina Siepel. Combining performance, drawing, installation, and traditional woodworking, Siepel will attempt to install a single ash board, one inch wide by one mile long, into the interior of the A.P.E. Gallery. 1 x 1 will transform the space into a…See More
Story Slam: Saturday, March 30 at 7:30 pmCONTACT: Sabrina Hamilton, Ko Festival Artistic Director, (413) 427-6147 email@example.comYou’ve heard of poetry slams – competitive poetry events. Now, we’ve got one for first person, true stories – told live and without notes. Stories will all be 5 minutes or under and since this is Ko’s first Story Slam in Northampton, our theme is “FISH OUT OF WATER.”Ko Festival Artistic Director Sabrina Hamilton invites you…See More
February 6, 2013 at 8pm to February 23, 2013 at 8pm
No Theater came into being during the 70’s, the heyday of “visual theater” when happenings, performance art, conceptual art moved out of the galleries and into the streets, lofts, storefronts, converting everyday architecture into site-specific performance spaces. A.P.E. displays the visuals of No Theater’s early works. Wednesdays through Saturdays in February the installation is followed by an 8pm performance of Richard Maxwell’s CAVEMAN by the No Theater company.Limited Seating. Reservation…See More
A.P.E. is a non-profit arts organization that is located in downtown Northampton. For 30 years, A.P.E.occupied 10,000 sq. feet of space on the third floor of Thornes Market and in 2007 re-located to its new building, Window, at 126 Main St. A.P.E. serves artists working in every medium and has contributed signifigantly to the artistic culture of Northampton.