"Untitled I" is billed as the first collaboration between artists Mark Franchino and Jeremy Boyle, but I’m not sure how much the artists gain from their proximity to each other or even that they have best figured out how to collaborate.
"SIX x ATE" is a free dinner and lecture series promoting local artists, a stronger arts network and a more interdisciplinary conversation in Pittsburgh. For each event, six artists are invited present or perform work and one cuisinier creates a meal based based on the theme for that night.
Treading Art, a Pittsburgh based arts blog, surveys the city's creative landscape to wrap up our month-long feature.
Located just outside the city of Pittsburgh, UnSmoke Systems is a project of Braddock Redux housed in a re-purposed Catholic school building that seeks to further open the community to those with unconventional and forward-thinking notions about the reuse of urban space.
Transformazium is an arts-based collaboration with a focus on creative communication, resource exchange, and radical models of education in Braddock, PA neighborhoods.
Assemble, a community space for arts + technology, is a place where one can engage their intrigue through hands on activities about art and technology.
Fe Gallery was formed almost 10 years ago in order to present museum-quality exhibitions in Pittsburgh's Lawrenceville neighborhood.
Written by the three curators and guests, the 2013 Carnegie International blog informs you about what informs the exhibition including the curator's experiences, discoveries, and insights into Pittsburgh. Below are two excerpts from the 2013 Carnegie International blog from associate curators Dan Byers and Tina Kukielski.
"HERETHEREHERE" is a video project that documented the one-and-a-half mile journey from Jon Rubin's house to Pittsburgh Center for the Arts by walking through the houses of his neighbors along the way. Plus, Rubin discusses Pittsburgh, past work and recent experiences at the 9th Shanghai Bienniale.