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New England Art Book Fair

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Friday, October 5 2018
5:00 PM TO 9:00 PM
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Funded in part by a grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.

The third annual New England Art Book Fair features independent publishers and artists from across the country. Browse and buy limited edition books, zines and ephemera that explore the convergence of publishing, art, identity and storytelling from these vendors:

Border Patrol (ME)

Bryce Davidson (NY)

Colby College Museum of Art (ME)

Directangle Press (NH)

Endless Editions (NY)

Free Paper Press (ME & NY)

HOMOCATS (NY)

Inpatient Press (CT)

Izabel Neilson (NY)

Jimmy Riordan (AK)

Moon Eaters (MA)

Nick Gervin (ME)

One Page Stinkers (ME)

Orbis Editions (ME)

Pattison Paperworks (ME)

Pegacorn Press (NY)

Perm Press (ME)

Pommo Press (NY)

Publication Studio Hudson (NY)

Publication Studio Portland (ME)

Quiet Pages Press (PA)

Second at Best / Matt Emmons (MA)

Soft City Printing (NY)

Spectacle Box (CA)

Strong Arm Bindery (ME)

Sun System Press (ME &CA)

The Chart (ME)

The Hermes Crab (ME)

University of Southern Maine Kate Cheney Chappelle ’83 Center for Book Arts (ME)

Wilt Press (ME/MA)

Wing Club (ME)

Zoard Tyklar (MA)

More information can be found at neartbookfair.com.


ABOUT

Established in 2016, the New England Art Book Fair is a two-day gathering of independent publishers and artists celebrating the art of the book and books about art. The NEABF is organized and run by a collective of artists and educators based in Portland who volunteer their time for this annual event.

Co-Founders and Organizers

Samantha Haedrich

Pilar Nadal

Andrew Scripter

Adam Stockman

Jimmy Viera


Follow NEABF on instagram – @newenglandartbookfair

THIS SATURDAY! Waking Windows Portland is in Metamorphosis. Join us for 10 bands & performances, 15 authors, 1 big record fair, family art activities, and more across 6 Congress St. venues.