Jesse Solmon talks with Annie Wang, who blends psychology and design in her work as an artist and design associate at MASS Design Group.
Identity, Performance, and Black Womanhood: Tara Fay on Making Space in the Pittsburgh Arts
Dominique Seneca talks with Pittsburgh-based curator and performance artist, Tara Fay.
Anything but Ordinary: The Architecture of Arthur Lubetz
Arthur Lubetz discusses his work creating immersive buildings and innovative cityscapes.
Transforming Pittsburgh: Anne Chen Designs for the World We Want
PLP talks with GBBN’s Anne Chen about her experience leading the transformation of University of Pittsburgh’s Hillman Library.
Asking Questions Beyond Architecture: Nina Barbuto Assembles Art and Technology
Nina Barbuto, founder of Assemble, shares the story of her community space in Pittsburgh’s Garfield neighborhood.
“Architecting Culture”: Inés Guzmán and Gregory Melitonov on the Spirited Projects of Taller KEN
Jai Kanodia interviews Inés Guzmán and Gregory Melitonov, founders of Taller KEN, an architectural design firm focused on playful design with social and cultural relevance.
From the Worm-Hole to Warhol: The Curatorial Reflections of José Carlos Diaz
Kenneth Wahrenberger explores the practice of José Carlos Diaz, Chief Curator at The Andy Warhol Museum.
Temporality and Permanence: Exploring Architecture as Exterritorial Space with Saba Innab
Sarah Rafson talks with Saba Innab about her extraterritoriality-informed architecture practice, which draws from important questions pertaining to her involvement with a Palestinian refugee camp.
Towards an Equitable Museum: Michelle Millar Fisher on Curating Critical Conversations
Michelle Millar Fisher offers insight on the challenges and opportunities of curating in a large institution, her curatorial role models, and ways to encourage accessibility in the museum.
Casey Droege: Building a Strong and Sustainable Arts Economy in Pittsburgh
Casey Droege on building a sustainable, curatorial, “art-reprenurial,” and creative practice.
Dang Qun: Chinese Design, Worldwide: The Projects and Philosophy of MAD Architects
Jen Wang interviews Dang Qun, architect and partner of MAD Architects, who discusses MAD’s design and publication work, Chinese and American approaches to architecture, and her path to becoming an architect.
Ingrid Schaffner: Sparking International Joy at the Carnegie Museum of Art
Ingrid Schaffner, curator of the 57th Carnegie International, shares a behind-the-scenes look at the process of putting together the exhibition.