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Comment Archives: stories: Arts: Art Reviews + Features

Re: “#Pixburgh is an urban portrait in widely sourced photographs

Thanks for sharing

Posted by eric12325 on 07/26/2017 at 8:27 PM
Posted by Daniel Miranda on 07/17/2017 at 6:30 PM

Re: “A prominent local podcast marks three years

Thanks Pittsburgh City Paper! I had help and support from friends, and family starting up, and still do.

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Posted by Marta Anyse Napoleone on 06/21/2017 at 4:20 PM

Re: “Checking in with Bassem Youssef, “the Jon Stewart of Egypt”

Can we please fire Trevor Noah and give The Daily Show to Bassem? Trevor Noah is ruining that show. Bassem would do a much better job!!!! PLEASE!!!!

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Posted by John Smithy on 03/22/2017 at 3:06 PM

Re: “A small gallery showcases an intriguing array of African-American artists, many self-taught.

Sojourner Art Gallery Pittsburgh
www.sojourner-gallery.com

Posted by Charles Williams on 02/18/2017 at 12:32 PM

Re: “The Museum of Broken Relationships is a poignant archive

nice one

Posted by Ammy on 12/22/2016 at 2:14 AM

Re: “ScareHouse and Bricolage team up on a new escape room

Enter the Imaginarium was like walking into a piece of artwork and trying to find your way out.....but wishing you could stay. I went in alone, curious and thinking I wasn't all that smart -- met nine strangers who teamed up, put our heads together and worked our way through this glorious maze -- each member of our assemblage (including two children) contributed insight and teamwork to help solve our way back out. I feel victorious and I wanna go back. Thank you Daedalus, for giving me my wings! <3

Posted by Karen Hannon on 09/14/2016 at 8:37 PM

Re: “A new public artwork lights up the North Side

It punctures my eyeballs when I sit on my stoop. Love MF, but sheesh, I wish that exhibit didn't blind neighbors trying to move around the neighborhood at night

Posted by Deb on 08/13/2016 at 9:24 AM

Re: “Artist residency highlights Latino artists from around the world

It's true that Latinos are not recognized in Pittsburgh, unless you are all being mistaken as Mexican. There is nothing wrong with celebrating the Mexican culture but there are many other latino cultures to be celebrated also. People here seem to find it so easy to group us all in the same bowl, not realizing the depth of the Latino cultures. Many are learning but there is a long way to go. Pittsburgh needs to open their minds to the fact that, just as their parents celebrated their culture, so do Latinos with great pride.

Posted by SHACYNE on 05/03/2016 at 1:53 PM

Re: “Industrial Arts Co-op's "The Workers" disappoints as public sculpture.

Just saw this for the first time this past weekend. Loved it!
Very cool piece of art and fitting remembrance to Pgh. of the amazing steel industry era.
Made me reflect on what it would have been like to be the guy shoveling. Not really a job I'd like to have! Thx to those who sweat it out!

Posted by CM on 05/02/2016 at 10:19 PM

Re: “Artist residency highlights Latino artists from around the world

yes, PIttsburgh diversity when it comes to Latinos and a lot of ethnics groups of color is small for as big as Pittsburgh is ,GO FIGURE!? After being sent here from the gulfcoast, i couldn't believe that is was like this, but i think this is why so many people here can be a little bit sterile or not use to people of color in volumes unless there black, and that doesn't steam to well here either. Pittsburgh is like the last frontier for a lot of things and that includes race too.

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Posted by Miguel Rosez on 04/07/2016 at 10:53 AM

Re: “Zippy the Pinhead creator Bill Griffith talks about his graphic memoir

Bill Griffith will also be giving a free drawing workshop at PIX at the Carnegie Library (2205 E Carson St, Pittsburgh, PA 15203) on Saturday from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Free Comics Workbook drawing workshops will run from 11 am to 5 pm.

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Posted by John F. Kelly on 03/30/2016 at 9:06 AM

Re: “Free at Last? tells how slavery in Pennsylvania ended: slowly.

1834....Bright minds....

Posted by Louis Cypher on 03/16/2016 at 3:30 AM

Re: “Captured by Indians explores warfare and culture in 18th-century Pennsylvania

You cannot copyright a title. You cannot copyright a name. You cannot copyright an idea. You can only copyright a work.

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Posted by Mark Lussky on 02/03/2016 at 3:12 PM

Re: “Captured by Indians explores warfare and culture in 18th-century Pennsylvania

It appears that the History Center "ripped-off" the title for this exhibit from the book "Captured by the Indians". I hope that they paid author Frederick W. Drimmer the appropriate royalties for it. The CEO, Andy Masich, is a real wiseguy for even thinking that he could get away with this.

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Posted by ERM on 02/03/2016 at 11:08 AM

Re: “For some, the erasure of a landmark East Liberty mural reflects the travails of gentrification

I understand that the mural has been digitized as a way of preserving it. The new owner of the building has committed to a public processes to determine new,artistic, decorations for the façade.

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Posted by Neighbor on 12/16/2015 at 11:09 PM

Re: “For some, the erasure of a landmark East Liberty mural reflects the travails of gentrification

Could you please post a link the rendering that Lissa mentions at the end of the piece? I have not been able to find it. I think it'd be useful for readers to see that image for themselves.

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Posted by Rob on 12/16/2015 at 7:51 PM

Re: “For some, the erasure of a landmark East Liberty mural reflects the travails of gentrification

Without both sides of the story, CP's divisive point of view is very apparent. They have made clear in this and the previous article. If you read PG's story, "Popular mural in East Liberty removed" you'll see that all parties are very aware of the symbolism of the removal of the mural. The Sprout Fund was quoted as saying “We recognize that change does happen.” Perhaps CP needs to represent both sides and not encourage the black and white tension that already exists.

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Posted by East Liberty Business Owner on 12/16/2015 at 11:43 AM

Re: “The History Center could have made more of its tribute to American ingenuity and sacrifice during World War II

While I don't necessarily disagree with his opinion, the author of this piece should stick to architecture.

Posted by Mike C on 11/18/2015 at 5:21 PM

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