Thursday, April 9, 2009

2009 Light Art Exhibition hosted by UnSmoke Systems April 24, 25 2009

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Join us on April 24 and 25 from Dusk till Midnight, for the 2009 Light Art Exhibition hosted by UnSmoke Systems. The two day event is a unique and exciting art event that exhibits works of art from artists around the region. For the past 20 years, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has been hosting national exhibits for artists w house light as a medium.

This year they have decided to take it on the road, to Braddock, PA, a city that is in the midst of a gradual and dynamic revitalization and transformation. Similar to these efforts, artists who use light as a medium will come and transform UnSmoke Systems. This event is presented by The University of Wisconsin - Madison Art/Glass Dept.,UnSmoke Systems and The Mayor’s Office of Braddock, PA. We have created an event that is exposing Pittsburgh based light artists such as; Rob Long and Sean Glover, with artists from around the region.

Beer has been donated by the Brillobox.

If you have been looking for an excuse to come check out what is goingon in Braddock this event will be a great introduction to the area.


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