MOSAIC talks gender awareness
With the Carnegie Mellon Town Hall meeting on sexual assault earlier this month and the recent Senate approval of an extension of the Violence Against Women Act, gender politics are at the forefront of society’s collective thoughts at the moment. This is certainly true for Carnegie Mellon students and members of the Pittsburgh community, who participated in yesterday’s MOSAIC Gender Conference: Th...Pillbox | February 25, 2013
The Black Shades. Garfield Artworks (4931 Penn Ave.). 8 p.m.
Kentucky-based garage rock band The Black Shades will perform at Garfield Artworks with The Lopez and Nick Lawless.
TUESDAY2.19.13Pillbox | February 18, 2013
Drawn to Peace: The Art of Atila Ozer.Toonseum (945 Liberty Ave.).
Drawn to Peace is a new Toonseum exhibit featuring the work of the late cartoonist Atila Ozer. Ozer’s work comments on world peace through symbolic iconography. There will also be a reception on Saturday at 7 p.m. featuring Ozer’s niece Deniz Cil, who will speak on behalf of her uncle.Pillbox | February 11, 2013
School of Architecture Lecture: Isaac Campbell. Carnegie Museum of Art Theater. 6 p.m.
Portland-based architect Isaac Campbell, co-founder of multidisciplinary design firm Office 52, will give a lecture at the Carnegie Museum of Art Theater. Campbell’s firm is designing Carnegie Mellon’s new Sherman and Joyce Bowie Scott Hall.
TUESDAY2.5.13Pillbox | February 4, 2013
Toro y Moi grows musically
It’s hard to break out of a genre that you helped define. Perhaps no one knows that better than recording artist Chaz Bundick (also known by his stage name Toro y Moi), who in his most recent album Anything In Return has managed to do just that.Pillbox | January 28, 2013