New Granada Theatre

Steven Godfrey

Joined March 2008

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“New Granada Theatre” shot on Time Zero Polaroid film with an SX-70 camera. The emulsion of the image was manipulated using clay tools, taking advantage of the odd traits of this type of Polaroid film. The New Granada Theatre was designed by Louis A. S. Bellinger. It origionally opened in 1928 as the Pythian Temple (a lodge of black construction workers). The Granada was built on Centre Avenue in Pittsburgh’s Hill District, two blocks away from where it is now. When it was sold and moved to a different location the word “new” was added to its name. The building once boasted a 1,000 seat theatre, it’s own ballroom, and even a skating rink.

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