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Pittsburgh Biennial at the Miller Opening Events

September 15, 2011


Opening this Friday September 16: The 2011 Pittsburgh Biennial at the Miller Gallery, featuring new installations by Justseeds, Transformazium, SubRosa, Sarah Ross, Ryan Griffis and Lize Mogel, and the Temporary Services Self Reliance Library.
This facet of the Biennial, curated by Astria Superak, focuses on artist collectives and collaboration. It is also the last night in town before many of us head to Slovenia, and special guest seed Nicolas Lampert will be at the opening!
(timing and events details below)

Sept. 15, Thurs.

4:30pm: Global Cities, Model Worlds Talk by Sarah Ross, Ryan Griffis and Lize Mogel
5:30pm: Screening of Meishi Street (Ou Ning & Cao Fei, 85 min.) introduced by Griffis, Mogel, Ross
Margaret Morrison Hall #203, 2nd floor, CMU. At Margaret Morrison and Tech Streets, South of Forbes Ave. and next to CMU tennis courts.
Presented by the CMU School of Architecture in connection with the Pittsburgh Biennial at the Miller Gallery.
Sept. 16, Fri.
5pm: Pittsburgh Biennial Exhibition Tour with Curator + Artists
Meet on 1st floor of Miller Gallery at CMU.
6-8pm: Collective Reception with light refreshments.
Other stuff:
Your Place at the Banquet Opening Reception
Future Tenant / 819 Penn Avenue
Sept. 17, Sat.
Pittsburgh Biennial and The Word of God: Max Gimblett the Sound of One Hand
3-5pm: Reception
@ The Andy Warhol Museum, 117 Sandusky St., North Shore.
Museum admission starting at $8 for students/children


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