The Northampton Arts Council is an organization whose goal is to support and promote the arts in Northampton. Originally created as a Local Arts Lottery Council, it began its work by administering a grants program in which proceeds from a state lottery are distributed to local artists, arts groups, and public schools.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Northampton Print & Book Fair 2016

Free and open to the public, the Northampton Print & Book Fair is a one-day event that takes place at A.P.E. Gallery in downtown Northampton, Massachusetts on Sunday October 2 from 12PM - 6PM. 

Facebook Event: here.
The NPBF is a curated event established to promote contemporary prints and publications, celebrating local talent while bringing regional artists and publishers to our community. Artists, publishers, labels, editors, and distros are invited to display and sell their work—including zines, artists’ books, chapbooks, minicomics, screenprints, letterpress prints, photographs, shirts, records, tapes, and more.

The fair is part of a day-long, city-wide celebration of printmaking, Print Works 2016, in collaboration with Zea Mays Printmaking and BIG

Saturday, October 1st we are hosting the NPBF 2016 Pre-Fair Party! Everyone is welcome – come party!

This event is sponsored in part by the Northampton Arts Council and co-produced by Fugitive Arts, with additional support from Small Oven and River Valley Co-op.

2016 Exhibitors:
Alder & Frankia (CT)
Impractical Labor (CT)
Draw Down Books (CT)
Nomadic Bookshelf (OH)
Zoárd Wells Tyeklár (Boston)
Mount Analogue
Glass Press
Wing Club (ME)
Publication Studio Hudson (NY)
SUNY New Paltz (NY)
Metrodogs (NY)
Audrey Helen Weber
Visual Studies Workshop Press (NY)
Static Frame
Fafnir Adamites
Sean Sawicki
Phoebe Harris
Oranbeg Press (Boston/NY)
Fuse Works
Sophie Argetsinger
Pleiades Collective
Sophie Yanow
Gentlepersons Gently (CT/Boston)
Slope Editions
Justin Brown Durand
Sachio Cook
Library of Timothy Daniel Sheldon
Storm Press
Got a Girl Crush (NYC)
Art Vandelay Press (NYC)
Selfish Magazine (NYC)
Nancy Zine (Boston)
Maria Molteni (Boston)
Sue Murad (Boston)
Heather Benjamin
Oily Comics
Trevor Powers & Annie Sollinger
Esther S White
Canarium Books / Liang Editions
Homos in Herstory! (NYC)

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