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Tina Kukielski  

Art at Noon:
Photo-Secession and Contemporary Practice


Tuesday, March 31

12:00 p.m.

The Frick Art Museum

Tina Kukielski, Curator of the Hillman Photography Initiative, Carnegie Museum of Art

2013 Carnegie International Co-Curator Tina Kukielski offers an insightful look at the artists of the Photo-Secession alongside those on the cusp of the field today, exploring how the introduction of new technologies impacts and shapes the photographic image—both then and now.

Free and open to the public.


Point Breeze book  

Coffee and Culture:
Shootin’ the Breeze: A Neighborhood Evolution and Pictorial Process Behind
Pittsburgh’s Point Breeze 

Thursday, April 2

10:00–11:00 a.m.

Lexington Education Center


Sarah L. Law, Author


Gather over coffee and pastries with author, fellow “Breezer” and Frick Art & Historical Center member Sarah Law for a virtual Point Breeze journey from General George Washington and “The Great Road to the West” to the electricity of Pittsburgh’s Gilded Age when the Frick family was in residence. Discover the five Point Breeze authors of the 20th century and return to Bakery Square—steps from the now infamous Point Breeze Hotel. Following the program, Sarah will sign copies of her book, which will be available for purchase.

$8 members, $10 non-members and guests. Advance registration and pre-payment required.

 


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