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- Guest Blogger: Ed Murray
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Category Archives: Interviews + Conversations
Cara Benedetto sent this message today.
We want to introduce you to Ed Murray. He is now one of the authors of this blog. Welcome.
This morning in the Neighborhood Screen Printing Shop I sat down with Edward and asked him a few questions about his relationship with art, and as it turns out our points of connection.
His fresh off the press bio follows the interview…. Continue reading
Transformazium is hosting Jim Kidd as our Resident artist in Residence in our screen printing shop. It is our pilot residency, and it means a lot to us to be able to offer recognition and resources to a resident of … Continue reading
Justin Downs is cofounder of Ground lab, a full service prototyping and fabrication studio located in Brooklyn, NY. He was also an impromptu guest speaker on open source technology for a Low Res skype class with Helen Reed. Thanks Justin! … Continue reading
The Neighborhood Screen Shop is one example of arts programming in the library, as well as activation of previously under utilized space. The Neighborhood Screen Printing Shop is a collaboration between the Braddock Carnegie Library, Dipcraft Manufacturing and Transformazium. It … Continue reading
Together we make the library. The library is a place for learning. Our library is a place with a specific history as a multi-use space acknowledging the many dimensions of knowledge. Our library is a growing, forming place. The library … Continue reading