Showing posts with label Printed Matter. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Printed Matter. Show all posts

Friday, July 16, 2021

Book releases: A 'Loud Money' launch this evening at Printed Matter

The St. Mark's location of Printed Matter is hosting a sidewalk launch of an artist book called "Loud Money," a collaborative project between artist Curtis Kulig and poet Max Blagg.

Per the folks at Printed Matter on tonight's event: "We'll have tables outside from 6 to 7:15 where both Curtis and Max will be present and signing books, and then at 7:15 we'll have Max doing a poetry reading on the roof of Swiss Institute."

Printed Matter is in the lobby of the Swiss Institute on the southeast corner of Second Avenue and St. Mark's Place (38 Second Ave.). 

Friday, June 11, 2021

A zine fair on St. Mark's Place and in community gardens tomorrow

Printed Matter/St. Mark's and 8-Ball Community are teaming up for a Spring Zine Fair taking place tomorrow (Saturday!) on St Mark's Place between First Avenue and Second Avenue from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

In addition, there'll be a series of collaborative events at community gardens throughout the neighborhood. 

Some details via the EVG inbox...
Join us as we come together after many months apart and gather local independent publishers and zine makers to honor the East Village's rich DIY and countercultural history.

Engage with the 40-plus New York-based exhibitors who will be tabling at the fair and browse an exceptional array of creative and experimental artists' zines and publications. Throughout the day, nearby community gardens will be hosting various programs, including composting workshops, poetry readings, concerts, leaf pressings and more! 

As we celebrate the East Village's artistic past and present, we're so excited to collaborate with local community gardens in acknowledgment of the grassroots reclamation of the Lower East Side’s unused space by gardeners, squatters and artists. Our fair guide will be in the form of an East Village Fanzine spotlighting local businesses, organizations and stories.
This link has many more details. 

And in the gardens...