Patrick Camut, Rose Clancy, Oreen Cohen, Sarika Goulatia, Dan Ivec & Nick Liadis, Alyssa Kail, Ricardo Iamuuri Robinson, Lenore Thomas, Scott Turri, & John Tronsor
Alloy Pittsburgh 2015
Dangerous Objects Made Safe: Carrie Furnace Wrap – Detail of Installation by Rose Clancy. Alloy Pittsburgh 2015
Alloy Pittsburgh 2015 opened to the public on Saturday September 26th, 2015. Similar to 2013 the project began with a free public lecture series, but expanded its scope to include additional programs including an evening film screening of Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times at the Carrie Blast Furnaces, celebrity tours of the artist’s installations and numerous community meet & greet events throughout the summer. Featured presenters for the 2015 lecture series included renown curator and author Mary Jane Jacob; University of Pittsburgh Professor of History and Geography Ted Muller; and local environmental artist Anne Rosenthal.
”Alloy Pittsburgh is a special project. The Carrie Furnace National Historic Landmark is a special environment. Creating site-based artwork in such a sacred space the artist is bound to develop something exceptional. It was certainly an experience I will never forget. Alloy Pittsburgh staff honors and truly understands the process. I highly recommend Alloy Pittsburgh. It's a wonderful project where interpretation is allowed to flourish.Ricardo Iamuuri Robinson, Alloy Pittsburgh 2015
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