Carolyn P. Speranza 
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Re: “In redevelopment of the Civic Arena site, public subsidies, community-benefits agreements remain unresolved

Thank you for getting to the heart of the matter.

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Posted by Carolyn P. Speranza on 09/16/2015 at 12:37 PM

Re: “In a Jam

Contextually and by comparison, Seattle is at the forefront of the $15 minimum wage movement. Several speakers at the UPMC protest, although highly trained and in full-time positions, make considerably less than that.

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Posted by Carolyn P. Speranza on 03/17/2014 at 10:14 PM

Re: “Arts Fest public works fail to fully exploit the rivers.

Hi Nadine,

I'm curious about scale. It seems to me that the size for this installation was a good match for the space under the bridge. Was there a larger version on the Hudson? If the piece does exist in a size on the scale of Macy's Parade inflatable, then it would be a perfect match for our three rivers, in both scale and concept. On another track, it seems to me that this installation relegates the Buddha to an object, reminding me of Nam June Paik's Buddha series. If the artist's intention is to get us all thinking and reflecting on Nature-- we're stuck with a reflection of just man-made surroundings. Still another question I have is was the placement the artist's decision or was it a curatorial one? or based on getting/not getting permission to have it float on the river? was the decision a bureaucratic one or an artistic one? Perhaps the Buddha is doing his eternal job of reflecting back our all too human mechanisms!

Posted by Carolyn P. Speranza on 06/20/2013 at 9:48 AM

Re: “Arts Funding Protest Draws Mayoral Candidate

For readers who would like to see the visually engaging and fun-filled event, here is a photo album: http://tinyurl.com/AllEyesOnArt

Posted by Carolyn P. Speranza on 05/18/2013 at 8:34 PM

Re: “Arts Funding Protest Draws Mayoral Candidate

Dear readers, you can make your voice heard on this issue by signing the petition at http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/enforce-p…. Our final day is for signatures is Monday, Tuesday, election day, the petition will be delivered to sitting officials and all candidates. Thank you and yes, we are on Twitter @PGH4ART.

Posted by Carolyn P. Speranza on 05/18/2013 at 6:59 PM

Re: “Petition Sparks Discussion of City, County Arts Funding

ANNOUNCING: Fight Back Pittsburgh, a community-based union project of the United Steel Workers has endorsed the Percent for Art Campaign! The partnership has already started, and we are looking forward to the added muscle the union will bring to the campaign.

http://fightbackpittsburgh.org/2013/04/03/…

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Posted by Carolyn P. Speranza on 04/04/2013 at 10:08 AM

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