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Tressa Glover and Don DiGiulio of No Name Players. Photograph by Brian Cohen
How welcoming is Pittsburgh? An update on that biggest welcome dinner ever. And more.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Think Pittsburgh is a welcoming city to newcomers? Read this before you make up your mind—a report on those welcome dinners on April 20th and the consensus of newcomers as to how welcoming we truly are.
Pop Filter Hot Pick: It's a wrap for Oh Snap! Workshop, talk and photo party at CMA
Wednesday, May 01, 2013
The Carnegie Museum of Art's
project wraps up this weekend after 1,500 photos were submitted by the public in response to works from the museum's renowned collection. Party festivities include a Lytro workshop, art & tech talk, photo party, and the debut of the
poster. Click on.
Pop Filter Hot Pick: Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Spring into art this Friday at the Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District, a free and festive night of immersive art and performance with 36 stops, not to mention pop-up shopping.
ReClaim Northside: A lesson in vacant lot renewal
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Ten ambassadors on the North Side were chosen to take part in Reclaim NorthSide to green vacant lots. The GTECH program not only teaches them step by step how to complete a green project, but it also helps them become advocates for community change.
Pop Filter Hot Pick: Geek Art/Green Innovator's Festival (aka GA/GI) occupies Penn Avenue
Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Geek out and go green at this weekend's fourth annual Geek Art/Green Innovator's Festival (read: GA/GI) along the Penn Avenue arts district. Test out new video games designed right here in the Burgh, purchase eco-fashions from local designers and find out what exciting plans are in store for the roof of Downtown's USX Tower.
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