The 950 Gallery is permanently closed.
From June 2016 through March 2020, Spaceworks provided a space for contemporary artists and curators to host feature exhibitions – entirely of their own creation. These 23 exhibits were unique, culturally rich, historically significant, exploratory, and widely varied in form and content. Many were a catalyst for the community to come together, forming tighter bonds and furthering relationships. Spaceworks is honored to have been able to offer this project, and we celebrate the multitude of small and big wins that came about during its time.
All of the 950 Gallery exhibits are archived here, where the hard work of these passionate artists and curators can be remembered.
JB² : a Jasmine Brown Collaboration
Jasmine Iona Brown & Jazz Brown
Spaceworks Tacoma presents JB² : a Jasmine Brown Collaboration, featuring artworks by Jasmine Iona Brown & Jazz Brown at the 950 Gallery.
Catherine Cross Uehara
An exhibition by Catherine Cross Uehara at the 950 Gallery. This exhibit is part of yəhaw̓, an Indigenous-led, yearlong project that includes satellite installations, performances, workshops and trainings, artists-in-residence, art markets, a publication, and partner events.
2017 GTCF Foundation of Art Award
An exhibit honoring the ten Pierce County visual artists nominated for the 10th Foundation of Art Award, given by the Greater Tacoma Community Foundation. (more…)
Immigration – Hopes Realized, Dreams Derailed
Curated by Susan N. Platt & David Long
Uplandos: Art of Bruce Bickford
Curated by Nicholas Garaffe and Issac Olsen
A legendary animator with a loyal following finally gets his first exhibition in Tacoma!
Scars & Stripes: A Cambodian American Experience
Red Scarf Revolution
An exhibition featuring work by contemporary artists as well as photos and text from Khmer American: Naga Sheds Its Skin, an exhibition created by the Khmer American community and Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience.
Protect the Sacred
yəhaw̓ Indigenous Creatives Collective
An exhibition giving voice to the diverse Urban Indian community of this region. Including over 27 artists, all the exhibition proceeds went to support the water protectors resisting the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock. (more…)
Curated by The Culture Shock Collective
A group exhibit allowing artists to address and explore issues that give them high blood in the context of their own lived experiences – race, gender, sexuality, and politics.
Hands At Work
Iris Graville and Moon Scriver
Hands at Work: Stories of Locals Who Work with Their Hands (more…)
UWT Museum Studies Students & Bering Street Studio
Bomber Boys: Presented by UWT Museum Studies Students & Bering Street Studio