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Pop Filter Hot Pick: Carrie Furnaces, Contemporary Views at Silver Eye
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
The Carrie Furnace site is an iconic landmark of Pittsburgh's past, present and future. A new exhibition at Silver Eye Center for Photography features the work of 32 photographers who draw inspiration from the towering 92-foot blast furnaces, poised to play a new role along the Mon.
Pop Filter Hot Pick: Weekend of Public Art features performances, workshops, tours and more
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
The first of its kind Weekend of Public Art ushers in a new era of activated spaces and places in Downtown Pittsburgh. Zany Umbrella Circus rolls into town with a tent and bus in Market Square, the Sisters of the Lattice transform a parking lot into a performance venue and more--and you're invited to be a part of it all.
Pop Filter Hot Pick: Riverlife hosts Neon & Nature Party at the Pier
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Neon and nature will converge on Friday, September 7th, when Rivelife unveils a new location for its signature benefit bash, Party at the Pier. This year, head to the new North Shore ampitheater at Rivers Casino to celebrate the city's vibrant waterfronts.
2 Wheels Lots of Green: A bike tour to explore the city and renewed vacant land
Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Take an urban bike tour to better explore Pittsburgh and learn about reclaiming vacant land. Then join the party at the pop-up beer garden at GTECH's headquarters in the East End.
Pop Filter Hot Pick: First-of-its-kind PGH Photo Fair
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
The PGH Photo Fair debuts this weekend as the first locally produced presentation of photography within the contemporary fine art market. Transforming the ballroom of East Liberty's former YMCA, the unique fair will feature international exhibitors selling museum-quality prints and photo-based art, from 1940s-era images of Pittsburgh to limited-edition art books.
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