Open Space presents PMF VIII on April 1 & 2, 2017. It's no joke!

Publication 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. To learn more about us and what we do, check out our website at openspacebaltimore.com!
The Eighth Annual Publications and Multiples Fair will take place from 12PM-6PM Saturday, April 1st & 12PM-6PM Sunday, April 2nd. Please, only apply to be a vendor at the fair if you or someone in your group can be present for the entire duration of the fair. 


1. We are looking for artists, designers, and craftspeople to present contemporary artist books, prints, publications, sculptures, jewelry, textiles, and works produced in multiple. Tell us about yourself and your craft so that we can have a great (prank-filled) weekend!

2. PMF is a great time to connect with people from Baltimore and beyond
 
3. We strive to be as inclusive as possible, so help us spread the word!

4. Please keep in mind that we are a volunteer-run organization run by seven people with limited time. PMF is a labor of love. Please ensure that your application is completed correctly and that all necessary information has been provided prior to submitting. 



**Applicants will be notified approximately around mid-February.**