Emily Daley and Jerry Kaba, tenants of The Loom unite after sudden increase in additional rent
In this 40 minute episode of Artblog Radio, Morgan Nitz sits down with artists Emily Daley and Jerry Kaba to discuss what the heck has been going on at The Loom, an artist studio and office space in Port Richmond, where last month, tenants saw steep increases in building fees. Tune in to hear how Emily and Jerry helped organize tenants to discuss the unpredicted charges.

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Jerry Kaba and Emily Daley. Photo and edit courtesy Morgan Nitz
Jerry Kaba and Emily Daley. Photo and edit courtesy Morgan Nitz

In this 40 minute episode of Artblog Radio, Morgan Nitz sits down with Emily Daley and Jerry Kaba, artists and tenants of The Loom, where last month, tenants saw steep increases in building fees. For some, these fees doubled their cost of rent. Tune in to hear what the heck as been going on and how Emily and Jerry helped organize tenants to discuss the unpredicted charges. This one’s a longy but a goody!

Emily Daley is a co-founder of This Many Boyfriends Club, a collective of womxn artists. You can purchase their products on etsy or at Urban Outfitters. Jerry Kaba is a member of Practice Gallery and founder of AWFUL Wrestling, which will be at Weirdo: The East Kensington Arts and Oddities, September 21st, outside of Fireball Printing. He also be performing a modular synthesizer picnic called “Modular on the Spot” which you can catch at Bartram’s Garden this Sunday, September 22nd!

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Tags

artist studio, artists, Emily Daley, jerry kaba, port richmond, studio, The Loom, triple net lease, working artists

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