The Carnegie International: Dead or Alive
A presentation by Vicky A Clark
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What did Andrew Carnegie want for the International and do his ideas still influence the show?
How does location, in an art museum in Pittsburgh, affect the show?
How does the International relate to the museum’s permanent collection?
Is the International still relevant?
Join critic and curator Vicky A Clark, PhD, for a look at the 2018 Carnegie International with these questions in mind. Clark was involved in the internationals between 1982 and 1995 while working at the Carnegie; produced International Encounters, the history of the exhibition; and has written about various iterations and historical influences.
Presentation is co-presented by Brew House Association and Casey Droege Cultural Productions.
Established in 1993, the Brew House Association (BHA) provides people with the space and support necessary to expand artistic advancement. BHA cultivates a wide range of artistic development opportunities, supports emerging artists through mentorship during various stages of their careers, and fosters pathways for collaboration. BHA offers changing gallery exhibitions and flexible rental spaces in an accessible and affordable atmosphere. Located in Pittsburgh’s South Side at 711 S. 21st Street, Pittsburgh, PA in the former Duquesne Brewing Company’s Brew House, the gallery is open Thursdays 2pm - 7pm. and Fridays & Saturdays 11am - 4pm. www.brewhousearts.org
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. www.caseydroege.com