26 Photos - Oct 18, 2011
Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/Photo: "End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways," created by artists Lisa Link and Carolyn Speranza at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry - connected diverse groups of people through their common concerns. At workshops in city libraries, participants shared their old photos, and talked about the issues and history of their neighborhoods. Common themes were illustrated and displayed through bus advertising. The web site archive includes an interactive response log. ¬ Funded by the NEA New Forms program. Co-sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, the Carnegie Libraries, and Internet Services Corporation. Project web site: http://lisalink.net/end_line/