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Yes, it’s hard to believe, but it’s been an entire year since the installation of Knit the Bridge on that warm and sunny weekend 365 days ago. So much has happened and yet the pace of the past year has been remarkably slow compared to the 18 months leading up to the fabulous creative collaboration […]
Thanks to everyone for coming out and celebrating our community effort! We had a fabulous turnout – Over 3,000 fiber artists, friends, and fans came out for the Knit the Bridge community party. A big thanks to our sponsors for the Community Celebration – the Alcoa Foundation and the Cultural Trust! Thanks for helping to […]
Knit the Bridge has been an awesome journey of collaboration. Just as we’ve collaborated to put it up, so too are many different individuals and groups working on documenting the process. Enjoy this collection of images from a variety of photographers and vantage points. Want to see more? Check out recent media coverage: POP City […]
Watch this awesome time lapse Knit the Bridge videographer and participant made documenting the installation!
If you’ve struggled to follow the behind the scenes business of insurance, permitting, contracting, and indemnification (what’s “indemnification?”) for Knit the Bridge, you’re not alone. At KtB, we’ve been learning as we go. And – thanks mainly to the expert guidance and advice of Ron Hartman – we have navigated the complicated waters. Ron Hartman […]
It all began with Amanda our outreach coordinator for Fiberart International 2013 produced by the Fiberarts Guild of Pittsburgh. Amanda had this idea to “yarn-bomb” the Warhol Bridge and Knit the Bridge was born. As our technical adviser Norman Beck says, “this is an industrial project”; so it takes time to plan in order to ensure […]
Knit the Bridge has officially launched our indiegogo campaign… and folks are wondering what in the world that is… Indiegogo is an online fundraising campaign (you may be familiar with Kickstarter) that uses a fundraising strategy called crowd sourcing. It’s a way for us to raise funds just like we’ve created Knit the Bridge. Everyone […]