Fresh Prints Opening – Publication & Multiples Fair at Open Space March 27 & 28

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Saturday & Sunday March 27 – 28 : 12 pm – 11pm

Open Space Presents its first ever Publications & Multiples Fair! The gallery will be hosting 15 different small presses / vendors to have a 2 day pop up shop. The fair will coincide with juried show “Fresh Prints” featuring 24 artists.

Admission is free but bring your wallets, there will be many things for sale too good to pass up!:

Closed Caption Comics
Glaciers of Nice
Gottlund Verlag
Important Comics
Kingsboro Press
Lost Ghosts Records
Medium Rare
Nero Magazine
Nieves Books
Paperback Magazine
Schematic Quarterly
Wtr Clr Records
Concessions by local taco vendor & house atreides coffee

Musical performances both days starting at 3 pm by:
Poor mouth
cool intentions
Liz Durette
Gem Vision
Rap Dragons

Beyond Say
Each Others
Nude Beach

and gue$$ what? it$ free! the entire jam i$ free! thi$ time you will pay $0 dollar$. $ave your monie$ and buy book$ in$tead!

In conjunction with PMF, Nudashank Gallery presents: “Table of Contents”, a show of 6 self publishing artists. The opening will take place on Friday night, March 26th at the H&H Building.

Open Space Gallery 2720 Sisson Street Baltimore, MD 21211
Gallery Hours: Friday 4-8 pm Sat & Sun 12-4 pm
The Fresh Prints show will be up for viewing through April 9th

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