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HarborArts Fest 2012! Join in the festivities Saturday, September 22nd!

HarborArts Festival 2012
East Your Art Out!
SEPTEMBER 22nd, 2012.  Noon - 5 PM.  Boston Harbor Shipyard & Marina, 256 Marginal St. East Boston.
 

Half priced rides from City Water Taxi
 
 
$3 Parking on festival grounds
 
Take the Blue Line to Maverick T Station and Follow the Fish!
 
 
 
HarborArts presents HarborArts Festival 2012, the 2 year anniversary celebration of the HarborArts Shipyard Gallery's grand opening; our exhibition of 30 large-scale outdoor pieces of public art by artists from three continents, curated by Randi Hopkins from the ICA. Come enjoy the Artwork, Music, Food & Drinks, Activities, and much more that the HarborArts Community has to offer.

The International Outdoor Gallery is a collection of “art with a purpose.” We would like to invite you to engage in this celebration with us and the Boston art community on September 22nd, 2012.


This year at HarborArtsFest, you will find:

-Live Music

-Delicious local food

-Drinks

-Live artists

-Interactive Art

-Amazing Installations

-A guided tour of our gallery with a brand new App!

-Activities (for kids too!)

-Vendors

-Performance

-Galleries

-An awesome AFTERPARTY!
-3 new installations in the International Outdoor Gallery
-the Shipyard Gallery Walking Tour!


and much more!
Musical Performances:
-Jeremy Bernstein
-Ilana Fritz
-Little War Twins
-DiverCity [From ZUMIX!]
-Fort! the band

After Party Performances [6-11pm, $10, 18+]:
- Mighty Tiny
- Beesh Beats
- Cruzz
- AlexC (Deep Acoustics)
- Psylab

HarborArts, Inc.

Boston Harbor Shipyard
256 Marginal St
East Boston, MA 02128

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