2900 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44113
End of Days is an immersive, artist-designed, unsettling exhibition experience that will transform our gallery space into 7 rooms designed by artists Kristin Rogers & Pita Brooks, Zachary Smoker, Joey Strunk, Kate Atherton, Cassie Harner, Ben Oblivion, and Susie Underwood, with a soundtrack by Matthew Gallagher.
Exhibition Dates & Times:
General Admission: $10.00 per person when purchased online ($15.00 at the door)*. Visitors are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance to ensure availability. Online ticket sales end at 4PM each day, but you can still purchase tickets at the door.
Paper Ticket: There is no paper ticket - simply give your name(s) at the door!
Entry Times: Tickets are intentionally timed by fifteen (15) minute intervals to maintain the flow of visitors through the exhibition. Ticket holders must arrive at SPACES at least five (5) minutes prior to the time listed on their ticket. Late entry will not be permitted.
Group Size: Entry into the exhibition is limited to eight (8) visitors at a time. Every visitor must have a ticket for that date and time in order to gain entry. No exceptions.
Refund Policy: No refunds or exchanges will be allowed. All proceeds benefit SPACES programming.
Accessibility: We want to ensure an enjoyable experience for every visitor, and will work to accommodate any visitor accessibility needs. If you have questions or concerns about accessibility, please indicate them in the Comments section of the online checkout screen. You can also contact us at (216) 621-2314 prior to purchasing your ticket.
*Halloween Night Only: Tickets are $15.00 per person when purchased online ($20.00 at the door) for Thursday, 10/31. Halloween visitors receive a treat bag and drink tickets (for visitors 21+), and are encouraged to wear their costume. The best costume of the night wins 1 complimentary SPACES Season Pass membership!
Interested in volunteering for immersive events? Learn more & sign up HERE.
Kate Atherton is a comics artist and illustrator living and working in Cleveland, Ohio. She attended Rhode Island School of Design, BFA in Illustration, class of 2011 and since has worked as a set painter (for the Cleveland Playhouse and Talespinner Children's theatre), illustrator (Kringle's Inventionasium, Heights Arts, Edible Cleveland),... go to artist page
Pita Brooks is a multi-media artist working in a range of materials, including her comfort zone and expertise in the material explorations of traditional mediums like painting, photography, and encaustic to more risk-taking ventures with new media genres such as audio/video, installation, and performative works. Her content often flirts with... go to artist page
Matthew Gallagher’s work sits both decidedly within and defiantly outside art historical context, displaying critical knowledge of and homage to his artistic antecedents while staking new paths in every direction. His work deals in contemporary and timeless inquiry, asking questions about perception, the universe, and forces we cannot see, alongside... go to artist page
Cassandra Harner is, to start out vague, a multimedia artist. She is also a tangle of contradictions, both extremely self-assured, and boundlessly lost. An artist must write her own bio in the third person, and Cassandra is already familiar with thinking of herself in this way, performing as personas and... go to artist page
Ben Oblivion is an artist and attention whore currently based in Cleveland, Ohio. Oblivion graduated with a BFA in Sculpture and Expanded Media in 2017 from the Cleveland Institute of Art. He has since created an installation for Ingenuity Fest (Cleveland's annual celebration of art and technology), created a one-person... go to artist page
As an artist, curator, and musician, his projects are driven by interdisciplinary intentions, and frequently involve multi-media approaches. Labor, sympathy for the proletariat mindset, and accessibility are common threads that imbue his diverse scope of art production. Although his content is, at times, compound and intricate, he avoids the clandestine... go to artist page
Joey Strunk was born and raised in the westside suburbs of Cleveland, OH, where he resides to this day. As a skateboarder from the age of 11, Joey was exposed to the nuance of space and quickly became involved in public works projects and advocacy for public spaces. Skateboarding has... go to artist page
Susie Underwood is an installation and performance artist, often creating participatory structures to draw the viewer into the experience and allow for multiple viewpoints and creative contributions. Susie’s aesthetic tends towards a “granny in outer space” sensibility, combining a love for vintage design with science fiction as a foil for... go to artist page
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