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There Is Black Art In the Future
International Free Expression Project’s art installation “There Is Black Art in the Future” exhibits work of female Black artists at historic Pitt Building in Downtown Pittsburgh.
From June 19, the Pittsburgh-based International Free Expression Project will exhibit the work of female Black artists’ on the windows of the historic Pitt Building, 213 Smithfield St. at Blvd. of the Allies.
The art installation is titled “There Is Black Art in the Future,” in homage to the “There Are Black People in the Future” billboard created by artist Alisha B. Wormsley. Wormsley that has been reimagined in other artistic media. “There Is Black Art in the Future” is beingView more
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As a public art exhibit, the art is always available for view.
Happy Juneteenth! Are you looking for a way to celebrate? Come by the Pitt Building (211 - 213 Smithfield St.) #downtownpittsburgh and check out the #blackartinthefuture exhibit!
Check out our virtual exhibit at ifep.io/black-art. Follow the link to learn more about the artists and find their social medias and artist pages.
213 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
The street-level exhibition may be viewed from June 19 (Juneteenth) on the street-level windows of the Pitt Building or online at ifep.io/black-art.
The street-level exhibition may be viewed from June 19 (Juneteenth) on the street-level windows of the Pitt Building or online at ifep.io/black-art.View less