URBAN CULTURE PITTSBURGH September — October
Once a smoky city of heavy industry, Pittsburgh has emerged as a reinvented post-industrial city committed to sustainability, green building and new urbanism. Pittsburghers have redefined the city’s economy through technology, design and adaptive reuse. Re:NEW Festival is the North American premiere of Drap-Art, the International Festival of Recycling Art, held annually in Barcelona. This international exhibition, curated by Founder and President Tanja Grass, will set the stage for dynamic programming, including art exhibits within both conventional galleries and alternative urban spaces, immersive public art, tours of reclaimed industrial sites, markets of upcycled goods, films, performances and environmental trade expos that showcase the festival’s themes of creative recycling and transformation. Featuring Spanish Artists Marcel.lí Antúnez, Karol Bergeret, Tono Carbajo, Alberto Carvajal, Dolo Navas and Imanol Ossa.
A month-long celebration of creative recycling, transformation and sustainability in Pittsburgh, featuring an international Drap-Art exhibition.
September 9 — October 9 WHERE
Several venues Pittsburgh, PA INFO Tono Carbajo, FAMO.