OCT 15–17, 2021
ABOUT FORT POINT OPEN STUDIOS
We cultivate an empowered community
of artists, organizations & supporters
Open Studios brings people together to celebrate art and culture as it is created in Fort Point. During Open Studios FPAC artists welcome Boston area residents, as well as visitors from afar, into our spaces for a casual (informal) weekend of experiencing art, growing friendships and enjoying all our neighborhood has to offer.
Join the Virtual & Public Experience
Our artists are hosting studio tours, workshops and live talks. We encourage everyone to watch and participate from the comfort of their homes.
Check out works from
your favorite artists
Explore from our
virtual and public list of events
Artists guide you through their studios, inspiration, and process
Virtual Artist Talks
October 15, 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Kevin was born in the 50’s. Eventually, he was influenced by abstract expressionism, be-bop, the beat, etc. He grew up in the 60’s listening to rock-and-roll and high-energy jazz.
October 15, 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Lisa Goren was born in California and raised in NYC. And yet she has dreamed of Polar landscapes since she was in her teens. Her first trip took her to Antarctica where she was inspired and captivated by the landscape.
October 16, 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Martin Berinstein was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. As a young child he became mesmerized with the rays of light from a slide projector as it passed through small bottles of water. His fascination with light has lead to a life long career as a photographer.
Abby Neale creates art under the moniker of Lavender Menace press. She is a teaching artist at the Eliot School of Applied Arts and an activist. Her work celebrates activists throughout history with natural motifs, brings communities together to play, nurture, and heal. She makes prints, zines, and stickers as well as interactive installations.
Carolyn Letvin & Rina Naik
October 16, 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Carolyn Letvin is a resident of Plainville, Massachusetts. She began her painting career in 1973 by attending a three-month painting intensive with the renowned Pennsylvania realist, Ted Fitzkee, at York Academy of Arts in York, Pennsylvania.
Rina Naik is a fine artist from Plainville, MA. She holds a certificate in drawing and painting from RISDce and an MFA in Interior design.
Join Our Artist Community
Become part of a vibrant community of artists and take advantage of our supportive artist programs for just $100 per year.