October 16–18, 2015 RSVP (not required)
October 16th: Friday Preview select studios open 4–7pm
October 17–18 Saturday and Sunday studios open 12–6pm
October 17: Electric Pilgrims, Urban Arts Program, Emerson RSVP
above: Lisa Greenfield, Montana Wannasaveang’s studio (photo-Suzuki), Ramsey Bakhoum, DannyO, Broad Spectrum Gallery, Allana Taranto, Jennifer Lewis
Twice each year the artists of Fort Point open their studios to the public. Join us for a weekend of art!
Explore the historic waterfront warehouses that are home to painters, sculptors, ceramicists, jewelers, performance artists, printmakers, book artists, photographers, and more. Meet local artists and craftspeople, and get a behind the scenes look at where Boston artists create their work. Find established artists, and discover new emerging talents. Stroll, ponder, and browse. Buy original art from the people who make it.
Visitors to Open Studios can tour artists’ studios in 14 buildings in the Fort Point neighborhood, as well as galleries and pop-up exhibit venues. All buildings are in easy walking distance of each other. Free participatory art-making activities for all ages will take place on Saturday and Sunday. Performance and special events are also part of this year’s Open Studios.
NEW! Electric Pilgrims
October 17, 2015 RSVP
Emerson College’s Urban Arts Program of the School of the Arts presents Electric Pilgrims—an immersive projection event. The one-night event is planned in conjunction with Fort Point Arts Community (FPAC) and the 36th Annual Fort Point Open Studios. The event is free; no reservations are required. (Rain date: Sunday, October 18). Electric Pilgrims will include a variety of video projections that will illuminate Channel Center Street, featuring sound, live light projections, an interactive television wall, and video and slide projections on screens and across the buildings in a spectacular installation. The centerpiece of the multimedia experience will be a main screen that will showcase four video projections by Emerson College filmmakers, alumni, and colleagues.
Open Studios is free and open to the public
Free parking thanks to Gillette/P&G and Central Parking
above:Linda Huey (photo-Satgg-Giuliano), Julia Groos, Dorothea Van Camp, maria Molteni (photo-Stagg-Giuliano) Karen McFeaters, Laura Davidson, Mike Moss on sax (photo-Stagg-Giuliano)
Need directions? Information on getting here by T or car here, or download a map of Fort Point with studio and gallery locations here
Got more questions? You can reach our Open Studios director at Emily(at)fortpointarts.org
above: Fiona Stoltze, Gina Stewart’s Toll With Me (photo-Stagg-Giuliano), Heather and Johnny play Elevator Music, Don Eyles’ Pyramid, Julia Groos (photo-Stagg-Giuliano), Second grade students of the Brown School in Mentor at Atlantic Wharf, visitors in Martin Berinstein’s studio (photo-Stagg-Giuliano)
FPAC artists: register here