Friday, May 2, 2008

Art Cubed June 6,7 2008 Penn Ave, East Liberty and Lawrenceville!

Check out this great collaboration of art events which connects Garfield, Friendship, East Liberty and Lawrenceville together with shuttles so you can check out all that's going on June 6 and 7, 2008. Maps can be found here with bus stops as well as more info.

A current schedule for the Unblurred Art Crawl can always be found here.

Kick-start your summer June 6th & 7th with Art Cubed, a weekend-long celebration of the art, music and culture of three flourishing East End neighborhoods. The festivities begin Friday night with Unblurred in the Penn Avenue Arts District. Saturday features events in all three neighborhoods, highlighted by Proud Hood Happenings in East Liberty and Lawrenceville's all-day Sidewalk Sale. Don't miss this two-day showcase of the best Pittsburgh has to offer!

Penn Ave Arts District

Experience new art and meet the most eclectic array of art makers, old and young, modern and classical, famous and amateur, emerging and veteran, all within walking distance of one another.
This and every first Friday evening, various galleries will open their doors for Unblurred and showcase a variety of artwork and performances. Saturday afternoon, enjoy interactive, family-friendly activities hosted by artists. For a complete description of all events, please visit http://pennavenuearts.org/unblurred/unblurred.php

East Liberty

Proud Hood is a celebration of East Liberty's Arts & Culture, diversity, history, and community connections. History shows us this is a community of strong character, resilience and soul.
After the hardships that East Liberty has gone through, we have reason to be proud that we can come together as a community and share our vibrant, unique cultures. Join residents and patrons for the festivities Saturday, June 7 from noon to four in East Liberty's Town Square, surrounding East Liberty Presbyterian Church (ELPC) on Whitfield St, between Penn Ave and Baum Blvd.

Lawrenceville

Learn why Lawrenceville's slogan is "History in the Remaking." On Saturday, June 7, businesses will open their doors for an all-day Sidewalk Sale to celebrate our neighborhood.
Explore unique shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants, music venues, a theatre, library, bowling alley, tea room, and more. Nearly all of our spots are locally owned, and many feature products handcrafted by local artists and the proprietors themselves. Thanks to our friendly community feel, creative vibe, and authentic character, once you' ve been here, you' ll want to come back! Learn more at http://www.lawrenceville-pgh.com/

Join in! Volunteers are needed to help distribute fliers, maps, and decorate the trolleys that will be circulating throughout the three neighborhoods.

Email here to Volunteer



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