OPA today announced a new season of online programming featuring artists and arts administrators engaged with critical public health and social justice issues. Programs include a play screening and discussion, training sessions for artists, and a call for hosts for the third season of OPA’s Instagram Live series.
The Office of Public Art (OPA) is pleased to support the release of Miguel Sagué Jr.’s album, “Songs From the Stone Hoop”. Miguel Sagué Jr. is one of the artists selected for OPA’s Artists Bridging Social Distance in the Public Realm initiative, funded by the Investing in Professional Artists program of The Pittsburgh Foundation, The Heinz Endowments, and Opportunity Fund.
Office of Public Art is pleased to present Public Art Training Camp, a six-week training series for artists and arts administrators at any stage of their career, and for those seeking to work with artists in a community setting. The sessions will be held virtually via Zoom and will take place Thursdays from 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM, October 7 through November 11, 2021.
Digital livestream conversations to continue, June through August. This season the roster of hosts and guests will focus on artists and individuals who are directly addressing environmental issues.
The Office of Public Art (OPA) released a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a visual artist or artist team to design a sculptural relief artwork that will be incorporated into concrete sound barrier panels as part of a highway reconstruction project.