Tammy Zemliska

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SCRaP Billings expands footprint, vision, partnerships


Since SCRaP Billings was founded in the fall of 2015, it has made some major moves — conceptually and physically. In November 2016 the creative-reuse store and arts-education hub moved from South 29th Street into a two-story, 21,000-square-feet brick warehouse at Montana Avenue and North 18th Street. Barely a month ago, it started leasing a second building, a block away, the SCRaP Creative Annex, with 6,000 square feet, at 1702 First Ave. N. (more…) Continue Reading →

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SCRAP Billings opens reuse store on South 29th Street


A “creative reuse” store just south of the tracks in downtown Billings is open for business. The opening comes a bit later than expected, but also unexpected was the flood of donations and offers of help. “It has been so well received,” said Tammy Zemliska, director of the SCRAP Billings store at 21 S. 29th St. “People have been so excited once they realize their stuff doesn’t have to end up in the landfill.” (more…) Continue Reading →

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‘Creative reuse’ store hopes to promote art, conservation


Last winter, Tammy Zemliska and Doreen Hartman met when both were selling repurposed jewelry and home furnishings at Kim & Eddy’s on Montana Avenue. In talking with other artists who were also into repurposing and upcycling, as it’s called, they saw that there was a big need for work and studio space in Billings. They began looking into the possibility of opening a business where they could lease studio space to artists and also sell their creations. (more…) Continue Reading →

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