ENOUGH Violence: Artists Speak Out opening reception

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On Saturday September 28th, The Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh’s Strip District neighborhood held it’s opening for ENOUGH Violence: Artists Speak Out.  The activities began with a peace drum circle in the main gallery.  Visitors were given the opportunity to meet exhibition artists and watch Pittsburgh InterPlay performers interact with and react to the art.  Hear visitors, artists and Contemporary Craft staff react to the art and the exhibition below.

Download Audio FileGallery Staff on the motivation for the exhibit [audio:http://archived.slbradio.org/mp3/society for contemporary craft/ENOUGH Violence opening/SCC-Staff_mixdown.mp3]

Download Audio FileBeth Barron on using her art to overcome personal loss [audio:http://archived.slbradio.org/mp3/society for contemporary craft/ENOUGH Violence opening/Beth_mixdown.mp3]

Download Audio FileBlaine Siegel on creating art that reflects the violence all around us [audio:http://archived.slbradio.org/mp3/society for contemporary craft/ENOUGH Violence opening/Blaine_mixdown.mp3]

Download Audio FileGallery Visitors reflect on the art and overcoming violence [audio:http://archived.slbradio.org/mp3/society for contemporary craft/ENOUGH Violence opening/Public-Thoughts_mixdown.mp3]



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