Streets Dept: Fishtown's new (temporary) monument about gentrification and displacement is beyond timely
City Lab: What I learned In the Monument Wars
Metro Philly: RAIR and Moore College of Art get 'trashy'

Temple News: Two alumnae in residency at recycling center
Waste 360: 40 under 40: Gookin Grows a Business While Fostering a Recycling Artist-In-Residency Program
Passyunk Post: Trash Academy Celebrates Installation of Street Furniture From Recycled Objects
Hyperallergic: Like Long-Held Echoes: On Two Projects Made Possible by the Waste Stream
Plan Philly: Filthy Rich: Finding art and utility in the waste stream
ArtBlog: Turning Trash into Art- RAIR at the Galleries at Moore

Plan Philly: Filthy Rich: Finding art and utility in the waste stream
Courier Post: Turning trash into art
Velvet Glove: Trashy Treasure

CBS Philly: Musicians Put On Performance With Instruments Made From Trash


Upworthy: 11 works of art that show there are no limits when it comes to reusing waste
Al Jazeera English: Turning Trash into Fine Art

Huffington Post: Resurrection In A Philly Dump: The Depth of Performance Artist Martha McDonald
Broad Street Review: The detritus of our lives
Metro Philly: RAIR: Live at the Dump turns trash into art

Philadelphia Inquirer: Gallery shows: 'Songs of Memory & Forgetting' at RAIR 
Newsworks: Scraps of life resurrected, reimagined in performance at Holmesburg dump
Philadelphia Inquirer: Recycled artists go public with 'Live at the Dump' 
Title Magazine: Conversation: Matt Neff and J. Louise Makaray on RAIR (Recycled Artist in Residence)
Kitchen Table Gallery (KTG) Talks: Episode 5 Pt. 2 - Christina P. Day
Green Living Guy: 
Recycled Artist in Residency (RAIR) Transforms Waste Facility into a Performance Venue
Wall Street Journal: There's Art in That Trash, at Least in One Philadelphia Dump A Philadelphie, une résidence artistique dans une décharge d'ordures
Newsworks: Screening films at a real dump part of Philly artists' residency
Grid Magazine: Personal Essay: In the city’s trash, an artist finds a connection to the people of Philadelphia
The Creators Project : This Trash Art Residency Makes Waste Wonderous


Inquirer:  Bringing mindfulness to consumption
BTN: Maryland alumna finds artistic treasures in trash
NewsWorks: North Philly artists think outside the box to draw audience with ' Please Crush Museum'

Philadelphia Citizen: RAIR Fundraiser and Silent Auction: Recycled Artist In Residence turns trash into museum worthy art


The Inquirer: Sustainability Through Art
NewsWorks: Scraps of metal, sounds of Metal Eyes combine in 'waste music' installation
Title Magazine: Diverting the waste stream: Recycled Artist in Residence


Temple News: Material turned to medium for artists through RAIR


Next City: RAIR is Re-imagining Waste in Philadelphia
City Paper: Disposable Heroes