Join us for Keyword: International Tours on Sunday October 14th.
As a part of the Keyword: International initiative, Miller ICA is creating a map of participating artist-run spaces, curatorial ventures, and projects. CDCP will offer one-day-only tours of these spaces on shiny yellow school buses! Enjoy an afternoon with the heART of Pittsburgh’s creative community.
The goal for this map is to bring greater visibility to the independent arts activators who contribute to shaping the character of Pittsburgh’s arts community, but are less visible than the larger institutions. All Keyword International awardees and applicants were invited to be on the map. This is not a comprehensive guide, bit the open process for selecting participants allowed this one facet of Pittsburgh’s arts ecology to map itself.
Seating is extremely limited- Tickets on sale below!
Sunday October 14th 1 - 5:30 pm
Starting at MILLER ICA at Carnegie Mellon University
Purnell Center for the Arts, 5000 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15213
12-1 pm Millar ICA’s exhibit Paradox: The Body in the Age of AI is open to the public
1pm - 1:30 Tour of exhibit with Curator and Director Elizabeth Chodos
1:30pm - 4:30 Bus tours begins!
4:30-5:30 Reception at Kelly Strayhorn Theater - Ticket includes light food from Choolaah and a signature drink
Shuttle back to CMU Miller ICA at 5pm and 5:30pm
Route A will visit :
Quantum Theatre’s Chatterton site
Strawberry Way Mural “Who Gets The Most?” By Artist Julie Mallis
Intersection*ology at 57th St. Studios
Each ticket reserves one seat on your selected bus tour and includes food and one free drink for the reception. Please save the confirmation email for entrance to the tour.
PARKING at Miller ICA
Metered parking is available in the East Campus Garage and in the Morewood Gardens parking lot, both on Forbes Ave (see map to the right).
Parking is free on weekends and after 5pm Tues.-Fri.
For more information, including campus map and additional parking locations, visit the Carnegie Mellon Visitors site.
DIRECTIONS BY BUS
Take buses 58, 61A B C D, 67 E J, 69, 28X to Forbes Ave. and Morewood Ave.
Check the Port Authority website for schedule and route information.
The Miller Institute of Contemporary Art is Carnegie Mellon University's contemporary art gallery, located on Forbes Ave. in the neighborhoods of Oakland and Shadyside in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Miller ICA provides transformative experiences with contemporary art through exhibitions, conversation, and exchange in a free and open public space.
KEYWORD: INTERNATIONAL is a collaborative initiative between the Kelly Strayhorn Theater and the Carnegie Museum of Art to creatively define Pittsburgh as an international city at this moment in time. The initiative launched in January 2018 with a community forum, introducing the vision for the program and its interrelated activities: research, a public symposium, and a publication. Pittsburgh’s arts activators—organizations large and small, curators and programmers—were encouraged to submit to an open call for research proposals. This project was with funding from The Benter Foundation and The Fine Foundation.
Casey Droege Cultural Productions is an artist-run/woman-owned business dedicated to building the Pittsburgh arts community by offering accessible, quality art experiences that connect the local and the global, encourage the growth of a local arts economy, and build a diverse arts audience. We support creatives and businesses through commercial ventures, public programming, and consulting services.