Alloy Pittsburgh is a unique visual and performing arts project co-founded by Pittsburgh artists Sean Derry and Chris McGinnis. The project was developed in collaboration with the Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area and the Kipp Gallery at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Alloy Pittsburgh offers 15 artists from the greater Pittsburgh region the opportunity to develop temporary site-based artworks for the Carrie Furnace National Historic Landmark.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Alloy PGH on NPR

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Premiered on NPR Thursday (8/27/15) at 5:45 AM 

Ricardo Iamuuri Robinson joins co-founder Chris McGinnis on NPR to discuss his work in the Alloy Pittsburgh project!

Ricardo Iamuuri Robinson's STEELFONICS is an installation that imagines a creative collective of black industrial steel workers whose contribution to the enormous expansion of the American steel industry has been all but invisible.  This exhibit bears witness to their legacy and hidden contribution to Pittsburgh's industrial past.

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