- 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
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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
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
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
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
The other day Ed helped Leslie bring a compost tumbler into the lot. He also brought his camera. Usually, when I walk by the lot I get overwhelmed with the unfinished projects from the summer, particularly the superabobe welcome center/gathering … 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
I’m not sure why, but we always decide to work on the building in the coldest of months… The first time we went in to clean out the building and begin deconstruction of the attached parish house, was in balmy … Continue reading