We’re now mostly recovered from the intense year of programming that was the 2055 Project, and this summer’s T.A.Z. and Chinatown Maps events, and we’re getting ready to launch another year of exhibitions, talks, screenings, and everything else.
We’re starting fall 2016 with Joseph Staples: Garden of Paradise, a compelling and strange exhibition of video loops, curated by Associate Director Jamie Ward. It will be opening during the latest edition of SWARM, a city-wide festival of artist-run culture.
The opening is not the only thing we’re doing on Friday the 9th. SWARM can be busy and sometimes loud, so instead of a loud, frantic after party, we’re inviting you to come to the Pitt after 10 to UNSWARM with music by Zen Finger and Hazy, as we turn our exhibition space into decompression zone.
Later in the fall we’ll be presenting the just-announced exhibition Atrum Fortuna by the artists of Corbin Union, and we’ll be announcing our schedule of other events as they get closer. For now, we’ll see you on September 9th.