The Boston Drawing Project is a collection of artworks on paper housed in Boston at Carroll and Sons. The concept for the Boston Drawing Project began at Pierogi, an artist run gallery in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. Participating artists work in a wide range of media including graphite, ink, a variety of paints, photography, printmaking and collage.
The Project lives in a series of flat file drawers in the Drawing Space at Carroll and Sons. Each participating artist has a portfolio in a drawer that contains six to twelve artworks along with a copy of the artist's resume and a consignment form. The drawers are open to the public during gallery hours, Tuesday through Saturday, 10 AM to 6 PM. It is not necessary to schedule an appointment to view work in the drawers. The Project is a great resource for artists, curators and collectors.