• We are thrilled to have Montreal-based artist, Celia Marquis as Artist-in-Residence for TRANSIT’s Inbound Residency at Chicago Publishers Resource Center (CHIPRC) May 28-June 11, 2017! Tuesday May 30 – Transit/CHIPRC Welcome Reception – 630-830pm Join us at CHIPRC (858 N Ashland Ave, Chicago) as we welcome Célia to Chicago. Find out a little more about… [Continue Reading]

    Célia Marquis’ programming – 2017 AiR at ChiPRC
  • For the second year, Transit is hosting this fun fundraiser. COME JOIN US! Saturday, April 1st   • 1PM – 4PM CHI PRC   • 858 North Ashland Avenue   •   Chicago Edible Books events are now seventeen years old and happen all over the world. On April 1st book and food lovers join forces to celebrate the… [Continue Reading]

    Eat Your Words: an Edible Book event
  • CALL FOR APPLICATION TRANSIT and the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum are pleased to invite Midwestern artists, printers, and book artists (specifically those residing/based in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin) to apply for a two-week residency at the museum in Two Rivers, Wisconsin to take place between June 1st and August… [Continue Reading]

    Transit’s 2017 outbound call for entries for Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum
  • CALL FOR APPLICATIONS TRANSIT and the Chicago Publishers Resource Center (CHIPRC) are once again inviting alternative comics and zine artists from outside the Chicago area to apply for a two-week residency at CHIPRC; this residency is to take place May 28th – June 11th, 2017. ABOUT THE RESIDENCY In this residency, artists will be given the opportunity to focus… [Continue Reading]

    TRANSIT’s third CHIPRC Inbound residency call for entries
  • Summer 2016 Inbound residency at the Chicago Publishers Resource Late Spring 2016   MCNEIL: Hi! I just got back! Let’s do a blog post about our residency! CHRIS: I’ve been back for a while now, been really productive – seeing all the the art and comics in the US, and the standard they’re made at… [Continue Reading]

    Guest blog post: Chris Gooch & Sarah McNeil