Developed in 2013, the Downtown Activation and Public Art initiative is a multi-year effort to enhance the Downtown neighborhood through public art events, creating thoughtful and innovative programming that enlivens unique areas throughout Downtown Pittsburgh. This project will exhibit the work of local artist Curtis Reaves on the exterior façade of the Granite Building in Downtown, at Sixth Avenue and Wood Street. From Reaves: “This photographic series is a celebration of overcoming. It’s about awakening to who we are, and who we’re meant to be.” Generously supported by the Uncommon and Curated Fund.
___alachian [ah-LATCH-en] Supported by the Bessie F. Anathan Charitable Trust of The Pittsburgh Foundation and Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation
Visual Art Showcasing exceptional new art by regional artists as one of the pillars for the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival’s high-quality visual arts offerings