Bookings and Submissions

Guidelines and Procedure for submitting material to SPACE

*If you're looking to show visual or multimedia exhibitions click here.
*If you're looking to book music, theater, dance, or other performance events click here.
*If you're looking to screen a film or video, click here.

*If you want to rent SPACE for a different activity for a private event, click here.

Before submitting your idea, please take a moment to think about SPACE's mission:
To support contemporary arts projects, champion artists, and encourage an open exchange of ideas.

We prefer to work on events that add to our community, especially events that might not otherwise get presented in Maine.

We strive to present artistic excellence and we believe that artists should be paid for their work whenever possible.

Please note that we generally like to hear / see content before presenting it at SPACE. Typically, we're booking events 8-20 weeks ahead. We occasionally book last minute events and we occasionally book months and months ahead.

We evaluate events based on thoughtfulness and creativity as well as appropriateness to SPACE's vision and mission. Because we receive numerous proposals and have limited staff resources, we can't always respond to everyone. Your patience and understanding is appreciated.



SPACE is a nonprofit organization that supports contemporary arts projects, champions artists, and encourages an open exchange of ideas.

Gallery hours:
W - F 10a - 6p | Sat 12 - 4p

Main Space: doors open 30 minutes before an event. 

538 Congress St.
Portland, ME 04101



August 21, 2018
On Saturday the 25th of August, 2018, the New York City-based dystopian pop band JOBS will return to Portland bearing the gift of new music, in the form of their new record Log On For The Free Chance To Log On For Free, and new member (!) Jessica Pavone on viola. JOBS is a band that plays with ferocious intensity and precision, weaving many disparate styles into their long-form compositions, while mantaining a bodily kineticism that resonates far beyond usual experimental m