Apply Now For Spring Showcases& Exhibits

Painter/musician Chris Moore performs at his WOW exhibit opening.

 

The Spoke the Hub Re:Creation Center, located at 748 Union Street in Park Slope, is hitting the re-set button and hopes to offer more exciting,  intimate,  and inspirational performances, art exhibits, music concerts, film screenings and readings in our newly dubbed, ADA compliant “WHEELHOUSE THEATRE” in the coming year.


Janoah Bailin performing at STH Salon     Photo Marcia Bricker Halperin

The new theatre set-up includes flexible tiered seating for apr. 35-45 guests;  basic theatre lighting, sound and projection capabilities; a separate refreshment/bar set-up in the foyer; advanced online ticket sales; a separate warm-up and changing studio downstairs; and tech/front of house staff.

Additionally, we have expanded our gallery space and lighting to include the foyer wall as well as the main studio wall, for solo and shared group art exhibits.


To apply to present your work in an upcoming
2023/24
 WORKS on the WALL Exhibit, VISUAL ARTISTS, APPLY HERE: 
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1LrQwkIQHElg0UrbARuPtrv64MPZdmHWPqUGHZhu9UQA/edit

To apply to present work in a shared STH WHEELHOUSE PRODUCTION , 
PERFORMERS & FILM-MAKERS, APPLY HERE:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1iC930WPZj1GNyC4dd1_ou74hxtTFgE1bSG3kwmZ6K2g/edit

 

Marcia Bricker Halperin’s book launch in May.


To rent space for your own self-produced  DIY performance, concert, screening, book launch or reading, please contact: space@spokethehub.org.