Artist-Run Art Fair

Last year's Artist-Run Art Fair, organized and curated by local collective Open Space in the Charles Street parking garage, included a sweet and cozy living room setup by Press Press where zines and publications were for sale; delicate ceramic vessels, books, and prints from Richmond-based space Sediment; an immersive booth featuring art, music, back rubs and artist talks from Invisible Majority; a copy machine from Philly-based Little Berlin on which you could make frantic, impulsive, and intuitive copies of whatever you wanted; a fish tank featuring work by artists Christina Haines, Grace Davis, Michael Jones Mckean, and John Zane Zappas (plus some beta fish) from Bb; a Monument Quilt workshop by FORCE, and a whole lot more, all on the first floor of that parking garage. We're looking forward to the Artist-Run Art Fair, now in its third year, anticipating another round of thoughtful, strange, critical, and hard-to-classify art from eight Baltimore-based artist-run projects and eight non-local ones. July 15-17, located in the Charles Street parking garage, 1714 N. Charles St.,, free. (Rebekah Kirkman)

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