We visit painter Jamie Earnest’s studio to talk collage, painting politics, and solving problems.
“Architecture,” PGH Photo Fair exhibiting artist Daniel Shea points out, “is situated between human and geological time scales—which is a strange shelf life for a thing in the world.”
Thin Man Sandwich Shop’s Sherri and Dan Leiphart discuss the restaurant business pre- and post-election.
Johanna Lasner interviews Spaces Corners founder Melissa Catanese about the upcoming PGH Photo Fair.
Chamber music ensemble NAT 28, less than a year old, is preparing to host its first Pittsburgh Composer’s Project concert. We catch up with artistic director Zoe Sorrell.
Curtis Gamble, chef and partner at Station, discusses how neoliberalism, federal regulations, and climate change impact the restaurant industry.
From the Moogerfooger to the Theremini, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is lending an array of electronic music gadgets. We got a chance to preview some of the new instruments.
Long-distance collaborators Barbara Weissberger and Eleanor Aldrich use illusion to play with material and material to play with illusion.
“I think it’s a waste if this business opens up and it makes money and my staff can’t afford to pay their rent in a city with ever-growing living costs,” says The Vandal owner Joey Hilty.
Comics are not just an engaging storytelling medium, illustrator Marcel Walker shares—they have the power to educate.