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Friday, October 8th KSD & the Radio Room, HCUAP, and Homestead Live Friday’s present an evening filled with live art, live music, and a gallery show like no other. International Artists Eva Bracamontes and Sasha Primo will be live painting as well as showing their art in and outside the gallery alongside...

Free graffiti art workshop for Youth age 8-18 with Guest Artists Max "GEMS" Gonzalez and Jerome "CHU" Charles May 14th 4:00-6:00pm Location: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Hazelwood GEMS and CHU will lead participants through the process of creating hand-cut stencils. We will then spray those stencils onto a large board lined with mini...

Free Mural Art workshop for Youth age 8-18 with Guest Artist Alison Zapata (www.zapatastudios.com) Friday May 8th 5:00-7:00pm Location: Assemble In this design and collage workshop, youth will learn how to create a textured background and layers of patterns to produce an eye-catching base for your work of art. Next, youth will learn...

Free Graffiti Art workshop for Youth age 8-18 with Guest Artist Rigel Richardson (Insta @rigelfish) 4/16/20 6:00-7:00pm Location: Pittsburgh Learning Commons @ Community Forge If you feel like your mind races and your body stores up impulsive energy and you just want to DO something? Local Pittsburgh artist Rigel Richardson will show youth...

Talleres jueves! ¡Eventos especiales solo para adolescentes ! ¡Participa en cada uno para desarrollar tu estilo! Jeuves 9 Abril 4-6pm Formas Brillantes con Ashley Hodder Millvale Community Library 213 Grant Ave Millvale, PA, 15209 Free workshop for Youth age 8+ In this workshop, Youth will break down the barriers of a square canvas with bursts of color...

Join Hemispheric Conversations Urban Art Project and the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh in welcoming Guest Lecturer: GLOE (Glorida Talamantes, Creator of Brown Walls Project in Chicago Illinois January 27, 2020 6pm- 7pm with reception to follow Guest Lecturer: GLOE (Gloria Talamantes, Creator of Brown Walls Project in Chicago Illinois) Hosted by HCUAP and...

HCUAP and Rivers of Steel are proud to present our latest collaborative mural at the historic Carrie Blast Furnaces with artists from Chicago, Léon Mexico, and Pittsburgh. Come meet the artists, watch live painting, and take in the sights of the historic iron furnaces. This is a free event, all are...

Hemispheric Conversations Urban Art Project (hcuap.com) is taking over the garages at AIR for a one night only POP UP exhibit. Featuring an international range of emerging and established artists pre-curated alongside an open call. The opening event will have live music, snacks and alcoholic beverages for your enjoyment. BYOB....

Join Nicole Marroquin who will be joining us from Chicago at Community Forge in Wilkinsburg Redeveloping a People's Movement: Power and Public Participation in Chicago Summary: In this talk Nicole Marroquin will discuss how graffiti informs the peoples’ movement for power and public participation in Chicago. An artist-educator, Marroquin uses art and...

HCUAP seeks to create platforms for conversation and education about urban art production (graffiti, street art, and muralism, among other genres), and to explore aesthetic and historical connections between the post-industrial cities of Pittsburgh, Chicago, and León Guanajuato Mexico....

Assemble, Maker's Night, April 14, 2017 5pm-7pm 4824 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224 ​Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/youth-maker-night-bold-and-brave-punchlines-wguest-artist-jess-duvall-tickets-32872384186 Ages 10+ Free ...

Hip Hop masculinity has been theorized almost exclusively in relation to cisgendered men and shaped by the question: what does the performance of mainstream Hip Hop masculinity do to girls and women? Frequently focused on toxic hypermasculinities, the question predetermines the answer: girls and women in Hip Hop experience low...

This symposium explores the history of graffiti art in New York, Chicago, Pittsburgh and León Guanajuato, Mexico charting its post-industrial past and evolving present. From illicit subcultural act to permission-based and city-sanctioned artistic practice, graffiti illustrates the evolution of industrial surfaces into sprawling urban canvases. Participants include scholars and practitioners,...