Woods plays intimate set
Seamlessly switching between extended jam sessions and familiar material, Brooklyn-based psychedelic folk band Woods played an excellent show at Garfield Artworks last Saturday. The band’s performance was preceded by shorter sets by MMOSS, another psychedelic band from New Hampshire, and Unicycle Loves You, a Chicago-based noise pop band.Pillbox | April 23, 2012
Sweepstakes Buggy Design Competition. Wiegand Gymnasium. 10 a.m.
Current buggy teams will be showing off and talking about their designs. The Buggy Alumni Association will also have a welcome table and a display.
Midway Opening Ceremony. Midway. 3 p.m.
Kiltie Band Concert. Midway Tent. 4 p.m.Pillbox | April 16, 2012
wats:ON? focuses on idea of transformers
Students wandering into the College of Fine Arts (CFA)building last week may have noticed a lot of paper rope hanging across the Great Hall. The installation, by artists Wade Kavanaugh and Stephen Nguyen, was a major feature of this year’s Jill Watson Festival Across the Arts.Pillbox | April 16, 2012
Julianna Barwick plays intimate show
In a black hoodie and ankle boots, singer-songwriter Julianna Barwick could have easily passed as a normal Carnegie Mellon student stopping for a bite to eat at The Underground last Monday. Instead, she was there to play an intimate concert hosted by AB Underground.Pillbox | April 9, 2012
B-PEP Jazz Marathon. Holiday Inn Pittsburgh University Center. 5:30 p.m.
Local television and radio personalities will host a night of performances by regional jazz legends. Pianist Howie Alexander and saxophonist Don Aliquo Sr. are among the performing musicians. Proceeds benefit the Black Empowerment Project (B-PEP).
TUESDAY4.10.12Pillbox | April 9, 2012