Monday, April 2, 2012
GA/GI DETAILS: GLASS FROM ASPIRING MINDS, FLOWERS WITH POWERS
The Pittsburgh Glass Center's tech apprentice program has brought nearly 25 young artists to live and work in the city over the last seven years. The exhibition, "Aspire: A Retrospective of Young Talent" will showcase their artwork and tell the story of where they are now. Artists include:Jess Amarnek, Jason Bauer, Jon Capps, Zach Compton, Brian Engel, Daneal Ferraro Hansel, Kaley Finegan, Jason Forck, Elizabeth Fortunato, Jarrod Futscher, Billy Guilford, William Haynes, Everett Hirche, Chris Hofmann, Laura Konopinski, Janice Larko, Ashley McFarland, Scott Percival, Liz Potenza, Suzie Ririe, Travis Rohrbaugh and Becky Smith. Exhibit during now and through May 20.
One of the Glass Center's special guests for GA/GI Festival on April 6...
Art Energy Design will be outside the Glass Center. This year the flower will be powering an internally lighted stream of water in an exhibition called Liquid Light. Water is transformed into a crystal clear state called "Laminar Flow" and has the ability carry and bend light, much like a fiber optic cable. GA/GI goers can get some fun hands-on playtime and make a splash that will not be forgotten. Thunderbolts of lighting! See the video in our right column.
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Posted by Passports: the Art DIversity Project at 1:32 PM