The show is extended until February 12, 2012.
Other artists whose works were included in the show:
Andrew Ellis Johnson
Joan Iverson Goswell
Thanks Amy for covering both these shows. Just want to clarify that I think of Iraq more as the cradle of civilization...but that these wars decimate cultures everywhere.
Closing reception at The IMprint of War at 3pm on December 3 with the opportunity to participate in a docent-led tour of the show, followed by an informal discussion in the University Art Gallery about war's representation in art and the media throughout history. Frick Fine Arts Building.
Additional events at OUT OF RUBBLE at SPACE:
December 9 and 10, 8:30pm
MillerDANCE presents OUT OF RUBBLE The Phoenix Rising with a pre-performance
conversation on December 9 at 8:10pm, hosted by Karen Dacko (Dance Editor for
Pittsburgh Magazine) with curator Susanne Slavick and company director Mary Miller.
January 27, 5:30-9:00pm
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Gallery Crawl
January 29 Disarming Words
1:30 Out of Rubble Gallery Talk and Poems with curator Susanne Slavick
2:00 Poetry Reading with Lynn Emanuel and Terrance Hayes
2:30 Raging Grannies Singing Escort to 2nd floor, 937 Liberty Avenue
2:40 Warrior Writers and Public Poetry with Iraqi readers at Windows and Mirrors, Reflections
on the War in Afghanistan, a traveling mural project of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) through February 12, 2012. Readings followed by gallery discussion.
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