Composer Laura Kaminsky and artist Rebecca Allan discuss nature, political art, and the Pittsburgh Opera’s upcoming performance of Kaminsky’s As One.
With a distressed pension budget and a Trump presidency mere weeks away, what is the future of fossil fuel divestment for the City of Pittsburgh?
“Communities are the foundation of everything,” says Dr. Mindy Fullilove. In an excerpt from the Food Systems documentary, we revisit the impacts of urban renewal on the Hill District.
Food insecurity is a complex network of systems that touch on income inequality, access to opportunity, and more. Dr. Stephanie Boddie shares a bit about her work with the PFPC and in Homewood.
Thirty years ago, Mick Luber bought an idyllic piece of land in Cadiz, Ohio. Now, fracking threatens the future of his organic Bluebird Farm.
Adapting museum experiences for people with disabilities—the focus of this month’s LEAD Conference—enhances art for the larger population, as well.
On May 22, I attended my first TEDx Talk. What follows is an account of the day’s events.
“It’s about collective action. We are not going to get ourselves out of this climate crisis by improving our own individual lifestyles. It is going to take collective action focused on the small group of organizations that hold most of the power over the climate crisis.”