CMU Art Lecture: Ian Cheng
Tuesday, Sept 19
Kresge Theater, College of Fine Arts
More info: facebook.com
This Tuesday, Ian Cheng will be lecturing in collaboration with the Carnegie Museum of Art to commemorate his digital simulation “Emissary Sunsets the Self.” The piece will be on display from Sept. 22, 2017 to Jan. 28, 2018. Cheng’s digital work explores a unique blend of artificial intelligence and cognitive science. He is deeply interested in the human experience and often works with live simulations.
Connects: Design Thinking Through Understanding People
Wednesday, Sept 20
Gates Hillman Center 8102
Register Here: cmu.edu/swartz-center-for-entrepreneurship
Director of the Imaginaries Lab in the School of Design, Dan Lockton, will be presenting this installation of the Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship’s CONNECT series. “Design Thinking Through Understanding People” promises to be an exploration into the mind of the average person to better understand how to translate thought into innovation. The event will also be live-streamed via Facebook Live.
Some Assembly Required: Opening Night
Thursday, Sept 21
2100 Smallman Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Attack Theater’s Some Assembly Required is coming back to Pittsburgh, and bringing with it a fusion of art, music, and dance in one amazing performance. The show incorporates improvisation and spontaneity
with planned choreography, making every performance brand new. Performances will also be held on Sept. 22 and 23. Check out the ticketing information for specific details.
Friday, Sept 22
Cultural District, Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
More info: crawl.trustarts.org
The Fall Gallery Crawl is the perfect opportunity to take in the Pittsburgh arts scene and includes everything from music to visual arts. This year’s line up of events include a Night Market in Market Square, Wigle Whiskey Tasting Rooms, The Rising Voices Youth Choir, and much more. The entire line-up and brochure are available online.
Miller Gallery Exhibition Reception
Friday, Sept 22
More info: millergallery.cfa.cmu.edu
This Friday, the Miller Gallery is proud to kick off not one, not two, but three exhibitions in collaboration with the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, the wats:ON Festival SHIFT 2017, and have related programming at The Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry. The exhibitions, Worlds Within, DESIGNING THE COMPUTATIONAL IMAGE, and Hadi Tabatabai: Transitional Spaces, feature everything from rare photographs and films to original artwork.