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Made in Fort Point sells and exhibits art, craft and design of over 50 Fort Point Arts Community members.

Interested in joining the store? Please see our requirements and FAQs here.

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photo credit: Sylvia Stagg-Giuliano

About Made in Fort Point:

Find paintings, jewelery, prints, photography, ceramics, furniture, lighting, artists’ books, wearables, greeting cards, and more, all made by local artists. Contact Store Manager Sarah Noe for additional information: sarah@fortpointarts.org

Twitter @madeinfortpoint

Instagram @made_in_fort_point

We re-opened in August 2014 at our new location, 315 on A, thanks to the generosity of Gerding Edlen.

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Upcoming Hours

Saturday 4.25: 12-2

Monday 4.27: 12-4

Tuesday 4.28: 11-2:30

Wednesday-Friday: 11-6

 

 

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MADE IN FORT POINT  

315 A Street

Boston MA 02210  

617-423-1100

HOURS:

Monday: 12pm-4pm

Tuesday-Friday 11am-6pm

Saturday noon-4pm
extended hours for special events

Closed Sunday. We are run primarily by volunteers, so hours may vary. Please call or check our Twitter for up to date information.

Thank you to Gerding Edlen for support of Made in Fort Point.

Thank you to the City of Boston, Mayor Marty Walsh, and The Boston Redevelopment Authority.

 

 

 

 

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Current and Previous Events

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Join Made in Fort Point on Thursday, April 9th from 5pm-7pm for the opening reception of the work of our April Featured Artist, Dawna Davis. Wine and light refreshments will be served. The show runs from April 1st through April 28th.

Evolution Part II

Working with wire allows the freedom, playfulness, color, shine and hands-on ability I desire. Each time I work on a wire project, it evolves into a new and different project!

 

Every month Made in Fort Point dedicates an expanded space to featuring the work of one artist participating in the store. After expressing interest, artists are randomly selected. The work shown is of their choosing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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March 1st-31st

(mcc) Outside the Lines - After the Flood

Join us this month for “Outside the Lines” showcasing the work of the Made in Fort Point March Featured Artist, Rebecca Leviss Dwyer. Celebrate on Thursday, March 5th from 5pm-7pm for the opening reception. Wine, hors d’oeuvres, and refreshments will be provided.

As a kid, I loved coloring books and paint-by-number sets, but just couldn’t help “improving” on them by working ”Outside the Lines.” Dwyer lets her paint and brushstrokes overtake the existing confining outlines.

RSVP here

Every month Made in Fort Point dedicates an expanded space to featuring the work of one artist participating in the store. After expressing interest, artists are randomly picked. The work shown is of their own choosing. For more information about Made in Fort Point, please see our FAQs.

 

 

After the Flood Rebecca Leviss Dwyer

 

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If you haven’t made it to our little corner of 315onA Made in Fort Point is bringing our great selection of handmade gifts to you,  just in time for Valentine’s Day! Find an amazing gift handmade by artists living and working in the Fort Point neighborhood. Choose from a seasonal selection of jewelry, cards, floral objects and more, all locally made.

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We will be in the lobby of State Street at Channel Center from 11am-6pm on Thursday, February 12.

 

 

 

On Friday, February 13 and Saturday the 14th we will be in the lobby of the Atlantic Wharf building between 3pm and 6pm.

Artist Elisa Hamilton will be  presenting “Spreading the Love,” an annual project in which she creates handmade valentines, and then give them away to the public.  She says, “This year I will be making an installation of 500 valentines, and invite the public to take as many as they wish, asking only that they be given away to someone else. The goal of this project is to promote sharing, appreciation, and to connect to one another through giving.”

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Made sure to stay for the Fort Point Theater Channel’s FREE evening of dance following at 8pm.

If you need last minute flowers, floral lab will set up shop in the store on Friday, February 13 from noon until 5pm selling uniquely beautiful stems and bouquets.

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February Featured Artist: Jen Hill

Opening Reception Thursday, February 5th 5pm-7pm

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Artist Statement

The art that I make is an expression of the thousands of things that are spinning around in my head at any given moment.  I sometimes find it difficult to take these scattered and intense thoughts and pictures and turn them into something cohesive that I can express to others.  Making art has given me a way to graphically express and focus those thoughts.  It also allows me to share the beautiful things I see that are scattered within the massive jumble of seemingly unrelated chaos.

 

I am very drawn to bright colors, things that sparkle, and objects that stand out from the societal norms.  I strive to bring color and sparkle to others through jewelry, wearable art, mixed media artwork, and decorative installations at events and festivals.

 

 

Biography

 Jen Hill is a multimedia artist, originally from Albuquerque, NM, who now resides in the Greater Boston area.  She spent five years on the Board of Directors for the Firefly Arts Collective, was a member of the Broad Spectrum Art Collective in Fort Point and is an active member of the Fort Point Arts Community.  She has planned and provided deco and visual art for a number of art and music events in the New England area, as well as several gallery shows and artist bazaars showcasing art from local artists.  She volunteers at a number of arts and music events, including Figment, which takes place on the Rose Kennedy Greenway each July.  Her most recent project, Neon Icons was a tree lighting project at First Night Figment as part of the First Night activities at the Boston Commons.  She has also done participatory craft projects in the Fort Point area as part of the Boston’s First Night activities.

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Small Works Show December 5th-January 24th
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Previous Small Works Show

The Small Works Show opens on Friday, December 5th and features over 40 works no larger than 16”x16” including drawing, painting, photography, wall sculptures and mixed media by the artists who live and work in Fort Point. Pick up the perfect small piece as a gift or stop by after the holidays to find something for yourself!

 

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Jewelry Showcase November 2nd throughout holiday season

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Get a head start on your holiday shopping and peruse necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and rings in metals, precious stones, amber, glass, and more.

Featuring the work of FPAC members:

Wendy Bergman, Linda Leslie Brown, Carol Bugarin, Jennifer Chin, Dawna Davis, Julian De La Garza, Alys Myers, Jenne Rayburne, and Carol Stolze