Friday, Nov 08, 2019 6:00p -
Sunday, Nov 10, 2019 12:00p
Boston Center for the Arts
539 Tremont St
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Art, Kid Friendly
Boston Art Book Fair 2019 | bostonartbookfair.com
📍 The Cyclorama at BCA
Free & Open to the Public:
📅 Saturday, November 9 | noon-7 pm
📅 Sunday, November 10 | noon-5 pm
Opening Night Preview Party:
📅 Friday, November 8 | 6-9 pm
🎟️ VIP & General Admission tickets on sale now: https://sforce.co/2olmhOs
The Preview Party is your chance to get a first look 👀 at Boston Art Book Fair 2019 exhibitor offerings and art installations. Enjoy drinks (courtesy of Gourmet Caterers and Lord Hobo Brewing Co) and an exclusive DJ set by DJ 7L while watching performances by Playthings: The Drag-A-Zine and more!
VIP (6-9 pm) ticket includes:
• Early access (6 pm)
• Four (4) complimentary drinks and snacks
• Limited edition swag
General Admission (7-9 pm) ticket includes:
• Two (2) complimentary drinks
ℹ️ About Boston Art Book Fair:
Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) and Bodega team up again to present the third annual Boston Art Book Fair from November 8-10 in BCA’s historic Cyclorama. As one of the largest Art Book Fairs on the East Coast, this curated event will feature nearly 150 exhibitors, including an eclectic mix of: artists, publishers, independent presses, bookmakers, institutions, and creative print projects.
With art installations, DJs, over a dozen free panel discussions, interactive workshops and book-centric performances, and a chance to mingle with truly innovative artists and creatives of our generation, this year’s fair invites audiences of all ages to engage in an art-filled weekend to expand their ideas about print.
Highlights for Boston Art Book Fair 2019 include:
• DJ sets by: 7L, Soulelujah‘s Claude Money and Johnny Stevens, and Alfredo Rico-Dimas.
• Exhibitors such as: Aint-Bad, Anthology Editions, Aperture Foundation, Artbook / D.A.P., Benjamin Ogilvy Projects, Boston Art Review, BOMB Magazine, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, MIT Press, MIT List Visual Arts Center, School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, The Cauldron, Vacancy Projects
• "Boston’s Young Artists of Color" panel discussion moderated by Katytarika Bartel addressing topics of arts equity and sustainability, community activism, and how artists of color in Boston are navigating and occupying space throughout the city.
• Contributors Inc. Workshop.
• Art installations by Pneuhaus and more.