Angela Washko and <i>Hacking/Modding/Remixing as Feminist Protest</i>

Angela Washko and Hacking/Modding/Remixing as Feminist Protest

“I try to learn about the motivations of those who feel threatened by women’s liberation.”


Edward Eberle Retrospective at Contemporary Craft

It’s among the more beautiful solo shows in years

A Carnegie exhibit asks visitors to contribute interpretations of artworks

The stories might be droll, obnoxious or nonsensical

Checking in with Germaine Williams, the new head of Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

“We’re no longer thinking about just stabilizing, just operating in safe mode.”

Most Wanted Fine Art to leave Penn Avenue

Established gallery plans a new museum elsewhere in Garfield

Factory Installed delves into real places and digital spaces

The source material is not entirely accessible, which is partly the point

Kathleen Mulcahy and Sylvester Damianos impress, if differently, at the Westmoreland

You get the sense that this space was made for Opposites Attract, not the other way around



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