Category Archives: Building Materials

Trash Receives Investing In Artsts Grant

The Center for Cultural Innovation has awarded Sam Breen an Investing In Artists Grant, given to individual artists to acquire equipment or materials that will support them in their creative process.  The $6,500 grant will be used to build a … Continue reading

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Volunteers Take Center Stage In Trailer Restoration

With graduation over, work on the Trailer Trash restoration has heated up.  The 1951 Spartan Royal Mansion left it’s CalArts home on June 15 and was towed 10 miles to a canyon on the the outskirts of Santa Clarita, where … Continue reading

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Indie Countdown

Click here to go to donate We are very thankful for the wonderful donations we have already received. Our gifts will be coming soon.  For those of you who have not yet donated,  please consider helping us out.  If money … Continue reading

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Modular Furniture: We Need Ideas

The re-design of our 1951 Spartan must has to incorporate our needs for  a living and performance space.  We would like to be able to fold away much of the furniture as possible when we host puppet shows, exhibits, and … Continue reading

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Off-Pipe With A Little Night Soil Music

by Lydia Breen OK, folks., it’s time to tackle this subject head on.  Trailer Trash needs a toilet.   This may be a hard sell, but try to stick with us, because we are asking for your help. The Trailer … Continue reading

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Hands On: New Guide For Healthy Flooring Materials

October 19, 2010 – from HealthyStuff.org Largest-Ever Study of Chemicals in
Home Improvement Products Finds Lead, Phthalates, Cadmium, Organotins and Other Harmful Ingredients Study Finds Flooring & Wallpaper Contain Hazardous Additives
Already Restricted or Banned in Toys Groups Call for Stronger Regulations … Continue reading

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