Before September 2nd
Bag: a zine is a letterpress printed literary journal made of reused grocery bags. The first issue's theme is "Grocery Stor(i)es" and will include micro stories (nonfiction and fiction) that are related to grocery stores. Work at a grocery store? Have an ode to your favorite one? Went on a quest to buy tomatillos? Did an erasure poem with produce catalogs? I want to hear about it!
I'm accepting submissions in the form of prose and poetry with 600 words or less. Simultaneous submissions, multiple submissions, and reprints with permissions are all accepted, but I ask that you only submit your own work.
Submissions close September 2nd, so submit soon!
Need a gift? How about these handknit earrings or a keychain? They come is so many colors! I handknit them with my own aching fingers. They're very high quality, artisanal even. Your girlfriend will love them. Don't have a girlfriend? Want to find a girlfriend? Wear these and your future girlfriend will find *you*

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Select Past News:
Friday, April 26th and Saturday, April 27th
abcpvd is thrilled to announce that we are opening our second independent show, Geese Goose, on Friday April 26th and Saturday April 27th at 6-9pm. We were so pleased at the turnout for Loose Threads back in November that we are hosting *two* opening receptions for this show.
Geese Goose is themed on play, collaboration, joyful miscommunication, and (as always) interactive art. Our venue this time is East Manning Projects. The receptions will have light snacks, refreshments, places to sit, one or more live performances, some artwork for sale, opportunities to talk to the artists, and encouragement to touch many of the works.
We have pen gallery hours between April 28th and May 11th that you can find on our instagram @artbookpvd
Sunday April 21st, 1-4pm
I have been invited to design and lead two free drop-in programs at the RISD Museum in April. The RISD Museum is free for everyone on Sundays, so come through to participate in hands-on communal artmaking! No advanced registration needed. Just mark your calendar and bring everyone you know.
You're not going to want to miss this :)
April 4th - 27th
Come to PVD Printmaker's exhibition at AS220 Main Gallery!
The opening reception will be on Saturday, April 6th, from 5-7pm
March 28th - April 25th
Juried by Bob Dilworth, this exhibition features a range of artists and artwork.
Gallery Hours:
Saturday 1:00 - 4:00PM
Sunday 10:00 - 4:00PM

Saturday, April 6th, 11am-5pm
I will be vending with abcpvd at RISD's annual book arts fair at Fleet Library from 11-5pm. Free to attend! Swing by to touch the books and prints we have for sale.
Sunday, March 10th, 3-5pm
Class: Book Making 2
Learn to make a sketchbook! I'll teach you with step-by-step demonstrations and prepared materials in a group setting.
This class is hosted at Public, one of my favorite art spaces in Providence.
Saturday, January 20th, 3-5pm
Class: Beginner Book Structures
Have you been wanting to bind your own books but don’t know where to start? Are you an aspiring zine maker? Maybe you want to tell a story or store your memorabilia meaningfully? Look no further! In this beginner class, you will learn how to make three fundamental book structures: one-page zines, the pamphlet stitch, and accordion books. These foundational structures can be applied to many projects and adapted into more advanced forms later in your book making journey. We will be using recycled and gleaned materials and welcome you to put your own creative spin on your practice books. You will leave with three of your very own handmade books and the knowledge to make more!​​​​​​​
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