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Category Archives: Neighborhood Press, Pull and Print Shop
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Grey Market at Fe Gallery Curated by Josh Tonies Artists: Edgar Um, Chad Gordon, Brianna Riggs and Jim Kidd with Transformazium We are excited to share images from Jim Kidd’s work at Fe Gallery. Grey Market allowed Transformazium to share … Continue reading
The Neighborhood Screen Printing Shop now has usable neighborhood letterpress. Alisa Dix, printer with the talent and the patience taught a few of us screen printers the basics of letterpress on Monday and now we are ready to offer it … 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