Open Space’s 2nd Annual Publications and Multiples Fair March 26 & 27

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Open Space is pleased to present its 2nd Annual PUBLICATIONS AND MULTIPLES FAIR
March 26th & 27th
Open Space Gallery
2720 Sisson St.
Baltimore MD 21211
AK Press
Closed Caption Comics
Creative Capitalism
Fan Death Records
Friends Records
Golden Age
Gottlund Verlag
Gary Kachadourian
The Kingsboro Press
Lay Flat
Lost Ghosts Records
Real Guts
Schematic Quarterly
Secret Prison
Sumi Ink Club
Swill Children
Temporary Services
The Holster
Wildfire Wildfire
Wtr Clr Records
Tuomas Korpijaakko
Xavier Antin

Saturday @ 3:00pm: lecture by NY based artist Matt Keegan of North Drive Press
Sunday @ 7:00pm: Poetry readings by Jeremy Siegler and Eillen Myles with music by Ken Seeno

This entire event is FREE!! However donations are very strongly suggested especially for the lectures / events.

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