- Art Lending Collection at the Braddock Carnegie Library
- Guest Photographer: Ed Murray
- Interviews + Conversations
- Neighborhood Press, Pull and Print Shop
- Relationships With Buildings
- Reposts of Texts
- Resident Artist in Residence
- Resident Artist in Residence: Jonathan Reyes
- Resources + Exchange
- Special Interests
- The Braddock Carnegie Library or How We Use Our Buildings.
- Witness + Responsibility
Category Archives: Resources + Exchange
Hello! You are receiving this email because you have experience building with cement, adobe or plaster. We have built a dome in Western Pennsylvania in the Super Adobe Style, developed by Nadir Kahili. It was built as a prototype for … Continue reading
We take inspiration, we keep moving and we hold. “…In 1997, in a widely reported act, Ms. Rich declined the National Medal of Arts, the United States government’s highest award bestowed upon artists. In a letter to Jane Alexander, then … Continue reading
on my way to the post office a desire line: the rainbow chard, standing tall in long rows, each stalk offering a new color combination on its own and with the others, a magnificent wave of color.
Cara Benedetto sent this message today.
Had my wee mind blown tonight! Marisa invited us over to watch the Secret Life of Plants, which I was really excited about, having started the book some time ago (but then having set it down and not gotten into … Continue reading
It was a soggy Opening Day for trout fishermen and fisherwomen here in Southwest Pennsylvania. Deciding it was worth celebrating regardless, we headed to Raccoon Creek State Park for a morning of creeping around the woods looking at tiny flowers … Continue reading
Recently Transformazium went on tour to Philadelphia (see our music video here, made by Josh Tonies 2010.) We were invited to spend a few days, give a few talks, share some critique, and generate some ideas at Tyler School of … 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
We learned about biochar around the time we were having the parish house deconstructed, and so made a point to separate all of our wood into several categories: structural, art-wood (special pieces, interesting paint, etc.), trash (painted and split, wood … Continue reading