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BOOK ONE: Austin

Jules Jones

Drew Liverman

Matt Rebholz

Katherine Jones

Margaret Simpson

BOOK TWO: Tejas

Alice Leora Briggs

Veronica Ceci

Tom Druecker

Sterling Allen

Krista Peters

Collapse of the Home
BROWNSTONE NYC

Katie Douglass

Beka Goedde

Rachel Ostrow

Noah Breuer

Krista Peters

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BOOK ONE
Collapse of the Home
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ABOUT
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COLLAPSE OF THE HOME

brownstone nyc

austin - tejas


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ABOUT
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COLLAPSE OF THE HOME

brownstone nyc

austin - tejas


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Railsmith is a group of individuals promoting collaborative artistic endeavors.




Aardvark Aaronson - Mechanical Engineer

Krista Peters - Project Director

Noah Breuer - Master Printer/Artist (Brownstone NYC)

Veronica Ceci - Master Printer/Artist (Austin & Tejas)


			
contact: house@railsmith.org

COLLAPSE OF THE HOME - BROWNSTONE NYC

RAILSMITH's Collapse of the Home: Brownstone NYC is fiscally sponsored by the New York Foundation for the Arts.

RAILSMITH's Collapse of the Home: Austin and Collapse of the Home: Tejas were fiscally sponsored by the Austin Community Foundation and supported in part by grant from The City of Austin Cultural Funding Program.


COLLAPSE OF THE HOME SERIES


BOOK ONE Austin
EDITION: 25
ARTISTS: Jules Buck Jones
         Drew Liverman
         Matt Rebholz
         Katherine Jones
         Margaret Simpson

BOOK TWO Tejas
EDITION: 13
ARTISTS: Alice Leora Briggs
         Veronica Ceci
         Tom Druecker
         Sterling Allen
         Krista Peters

PROJECT:
A group of artists residing in Texas were invited to participate in Railsmith's 
Collapse of the Home collaboration project.  With support in part from the Austin 
Community Foundation, and the City of Austin Cultural Funding Program Railsmith 
produced two limited edition, hand-printed lithograph pop-up books. 

Each book is a collection of several versions of the same pop-up house, printed from 
lithographs submitted by various artists.  The final signed and numbered editions of the 
hand-bound volume were distributed to contributing artists, sponsoring foundations, and 
local Austin charities.  

On September 26th 2009 a special opening event was hosted at SlugFest Printshop in 
Austin TX, to celebrate the completion of the project.  The books were also on 
display at the International Print Center of New York, Opening Oct. 29th through mid 
December, and at the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery at Drexel University in Philadelphia 
during Philagraphika Print Fair from January to mid March 2010.



This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.

A member of the great family of non-profit funds at the Austin Community Foundation. Check them out. Get Involved. www.austincommunityfoundation.org