The Dirt Palace is a feminist art collective located in the heart of Olneyville Square. They work individually and collaboratively in a formerly abandoned library building that is under ongoing renovation. This space, including printmaking facilities, a band room, sewing room, puppetry studios, filmmaking facilities, and an archive of artist books, feminist books and zines, must be seen to be believed! Through RISCA grant support the Dirt Palace curates a monthly art installation in their front window called the Dirt Palace Window Project. This month, through September 10, artists Jack Turnbull and James Mercer have created an installation called “Dreams Come True” including prints, drawings and diaramas.
So stop by the Dirt Palace this Sunday to check out the Window Project and puruse a unique collection of one-of-a kind and alternative press books on art, feminism, and so much more. Librarian and Dirt Palace maven Cybele Collins will be there this Sunday from 1-4:00 PM to greet you. (If the door is not open, ring the bell.)
For more information go to www.dirtpalace.org