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Franklin Furnace History
Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc. was founded in 1976 by Martha Wilson to serve artists who chose publishing as a primary, "democratic" artistic medium, and were not being supported by art organizations at the time.

Franklin Furnace Overview
Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc. champions ephemeral forms neglected by mainstream art institutions.

Franklin Furnace Fund
The Franklin Furnace Fund annually awards grants to emerging artists selected by a peer-review panel to produce new performance artworks in New York City.

Franklin Furnace Artists' Books Collection
The Franklin Furnace Artists’ Books Collection is housed at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and is available to scholars, curators, students, artists, and the general public for study.

Franklin Furnace Event Archives
The Franklin Furnace Event Archives contains information about every performance artwork, temporary installation, historic exhibition, or benefit event presented, funded, or produced by Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc.

Franklin Furnace Best Practices and Guidelines
This document outlines Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc.’s digitization practices and guidelines used to produce quality archival scans of materials in its collection.