Eighth Annual Publications and Multiples Fair


Open Space is pleased to present the Eighth Annual Publications and Multiples FairIt’s no joke!

Saturday, April 1 from 12 – 6pm
Sunday, April 2 from 12 – 6pm
at the Baltimore Design School

Stop by the fair for a program outlining all of the on- and off-site programming this weekend!


The Publications and Multiples Fair is an annual exposition of contemporary artist books, prints, publications, sculptures, jewelry, textiles, and works produced in multiple. This event has grown tremendously, from having 15 vendors in its first year to having 150 in its seventh year. Taking up one weekend in the spring, PMF acts as a beacon for artists across the country. People traveling from both coasts come together to sell the wares they have produced throughout the year and stay for the connections made with makers they may have never met before. In more recent years have we curated additional on-site programming throughout the weekend that includes panel discussions on contemporary identity issues, poetry readings, musical performances, motivational speeches, and artist talks.

Formed in 2009, Open Space is a DIY artist-run gallery and collective located in Baltimore, Maryland.

200 Nam Nam
A. Jarrell Hayes
Adam Amram and Gabriella Grill
Adult Punk
Alex Ebstein, Jessie & Katey
Alexandra Bravar, Angela Heaps and Caeli Carr-Potter
Alexandra DeStefano
Amy Scovil, Allen Hiu
Anime Ceramix
Ann Xu
Anna K Crooks
Anna Silina
Anna Strain
Art Vandelay
Aurora Engle-Pratt
Baltimore Print Studios
Baltimore Youth Arts
BDS kids
Beast Grrl Collective
Ben McNutt / Wrestling
Bernard Stiegler
Better Lovers
Blind Arch
Brad Ziegler
Bred Press
Brooks & Rosebud
Brown and Proud Press
Carmen Johns
Carolyn Conn & Grace Davis
Castle Printshop
Celeste Fichter
Chaimi Food Studio
Charlotte Anne Laurance
Christina Haines
Christopher Adams
Christopher Mahonski
Claire Felonis + Spencer Shope
CLUBHOUSE and Leyla Rzayeva
Dana Bechert Ceramics
Dog Pasta
Dominique Hellgeth
Dylan Thadani Presents
Eclectic Collective
Ehse Records
Eleanor Farley
Elena Johnston
Ella Clayton
Elle Johnson
Endless Editions
Flannery Cashill
Freda Mohr
Friends of Friends
Friends Records
Fume Room Press
Fuse Works
Gaby Velez
GenderFail Press
General Matters
Get Lost Press
Girl Group
Gloomy of PlayGurlClubb
Gratuitous Type
Handwork Quilts
Heart & Soil
Hey Thanks! Herbal Co.
High Tide
Illogical Comics
Ink Press Productions
InterMedia + Digital Arts of UMBC
Jack Reese / Weakly Comics
Jason Roy
Joe Maccarone
Josh Dean
Julie & Jane
Kali Stull + Noel Freibert
Kat Kennedy
Kate Haberer & Will Ryerson
Katherine Gottsegen
KB pots
Kodi Fabricant and Maggie Fitz
Kyle Tata, Kristin Tata, Tyler Davis, and John Zimmerman
Laila Milevski
Lane Harlan
Lesser Gonzalez Alvarez
Lily Herman
Liz Langa Ceramics
Local 1 Youth Press
Lucia Maher-Tatar, Audrey Gair
Lunar Insurrection
M Reisenwitz
M.uckotter \ charles.S
Make Studio
Mara Hyman
Matt Carignan
Matthew Scott Gualco
Melody Often
Miata Upshaw
MICA Design League
Mikael Flores-Amper
Mishka Colombo
Morgan Vessel
Mother Mother
Mt. Home Arts + Matthew Van Asselt
Munu Editions
Natalia C. Arias
Natalie Geagraphic
Nothing Left to Learn
Nowhere Zone
Object Of
Olivia Gibb
Open Works
P.O. Box
Paul Shortt & Christopher Kardambikis
Pellinore Press
Pioneer Works
Press Press
Project Dispatch
Publication Studio Hudson
Rachel Hayden
Rachel Rymont
RAW MEAT Collective
Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse
Revolving Family Distribution
Rob Brulinski
Rock Pile Western
Ruby Waldo
s P L e e N C o F F i N
Saint Lucy Books
Sarah Juanita
Sea Farm City
severed books
Sexmagick Press
Shelby Rosabal and Jasmine Cindy
Shreyas R Krishnan
Shy Pup
Small Editions
Soberscove Press
Soft Blonde
Soft City Printing
Soumya Dhulekar & Nicole Rodrigues
Spencer Compton
Stephen Grebinski
Stephen Hendee
Studio-HH & Kevin Lowenthall
Terrault Gallery
the Bettys
The Coalition Zine
The Contemporary
The Joint Youth Movement
The New Canon Project
The Unofficial Press
Thousand Island/Emily Burtner
Total Pansy
Toy Story 5
travis hallenbeck
Ultraviolet Light
Under + Over
Vivien and Abbie Wise
Wei Xie Hann
White Lighter
Whitney Simpkins
Whittled Wizards & HandsandCurls
Will Laren
William Chapman and Lauren Barbour
Women in Sound
Woven Autonomo
Zimmerman Woodworks


Madeline Campbell of Women in Sound: 1-2pm
A complement to Women in Sound zine, this talk is an introduction to the impact of women and queer people on electronic music and recorded sound. It will discuss the equipment and creative processes employed to produce unheard sounds and pioneer a genre. No prior knowledge of electronic music necessary to enjoy this program!

Pecha Kucha Series on “SciFi Optimism”: 2:30-3:30pm
Pecha Kuchas are back! This year six presenters will explore the idea of “scifi optimism” and how it relates to their life and work. Featuring Claire Mirocha, Alexis Skinner, Lunar Insurrection, Umiko Niwa, Jen Kirby and Vincent Seadler.

ACRE TV screening: 4:00-5:00pm
ACRE TV co-director Andrew Mausert-Mooney will present selections from the archives and speak to the Chicago-based project’s four year history. ACRE TV is an artist-made livestreaming tele-vision network (found online at that features live and canned video, performances, durational works, and experimental broadcasts. ACRE TV was born out of the collaborative spirit of ACRE(Artists’ Cooperative Residency and Exhibitions) based in Chicago and Steuben, Wisconsin.

Nam Nam 200 5:00-6:00pm
The world premier screening of video work by Marcelline, Travis Levasseur and Corey Hughes.

Zoe Ligon in conversation with Stefani Levin about Female Ejaculation: 1-2pm
Zoe Ligon artist and founder of Spectrum Boutique in Detroit will talk to local sex therapist Stefani Levin about female ejaculation.

LES FLEURS DU MAL: Readings on Erotic Decadence and Decay 2:30-4:00pm
LES FLEURS DU MAL is a performance of poetry, sound, and provocative imagery inspired by Post-Baudelairean erotic decadence and decay. This show features 14 Poets, a large scale painting as backdrop by Viveca Licata, and intermission sounds by QUNA. Featuring readings by Max Guy, Grace Davis, Anna K. Crooks, Adam Marans, Lane Harlan, Lexie Mountain, Adam Beaver, Maya Martinez, Lindsay Raspi, Saida Agostini, Lily Herman, Jasmine Pullen-Schmidt and Janea Kelly.
The show is curated by Lane Harlan exclusively for PMF.

Reading by Jason Harris and Olu Butterfly: Selections of Speculative Fiction: 4:00-5:00pm

Nam Nam 200 5:00-6:00pm
Screening of video work by Marcelline, Travis Levasseur and Corey Hughes.


Beast Grrl Zine, 3:00-4:00pm
Beast Grrl Zine will be running a mini-zine workshop– all materials provided! Come out to listen to tunes and chop up magazines with us. Beast Grrl Zine is a youth-run feminist organization, promoting youth empowerment, feminist education, and activism.

Intro to “Dungeons and Dragons” 1:00-3:30pm
–local novelist and game maker Justin Sirois will give a 2 hour introduction to tabletop role playing and the basic system The Black Hack.

HAIR CLUB (with Kelly Lloyd) 4:00-5:00pm
Hair Club would like to invite participants to use a variety of materials to construct their own merkin, or pubic wig. Merkins were originally worn by sex workers, but are now used as decorative items by people of all genders, and for “modesty” purposes by actors. During this event, while constructing our merkins with a variety of materials including sequins, fringe, felt, faux-fur, yarn, ribbon and glitter paper, we will engage participants in a discussion around body hair, specifically pubic hair, looking at the vilification of women’s body hair and the portrayal of pubic hair in pop culture. This workshop will explore a humorous DIY strategy to processing culture’s dictates about where hair should and should not be, while Kate Bush plays in the background. Co-founded by Suzanne Gold, Kelly Lloyd, and Michal Lynn Shumate, HAIR CLUB is an interdisciplinary, research-based art collective whose work is centered around the multivalent topic of HAIR.

Formed in 2009, Open Space is a DIY artist-run gallery and collective located in Baltimore, Maryland.

Knotted Gate Chant Cycle


Open Space is thrilled to present Knotted Gate Chant, an installation by MSHR in conjunction with PMFVIII.

Knotted Gate Chant Cycle will be up from April 1st through May 6th with gallery hours Saturdays 1-5pm.

Join us for a light and sound performance by MSHR on Saturday, April 1 from 7-10 pm at Open Space, 512 W. Franklin Street.

MSHR is the art collective of Birch Cooper and Brenna Murphy. We build and explore systems to reveal pathways toward ecstatic sensory experience. We work at the intersection of digital sculpture, analog circuitry, and ceremonial performance. Our physical projects revolve around analog light-audio feedback systems built from macro-arrangements of our sculptural synthesizers. On the virtual side, we weave computer generated portraits of inter-dimensional entities and psychedelic realms. These physical and virtual pursuits inform each other deeply, unfolding a hyper-shape that houses both.

More information can be found here.