Well the art itself isn’t moving, the art is on buses that are moving. Now entering it’s second year – Art in Transit works to put artwork on the buses in the places where you usually find advertisements.
This picture is one of the designs from Art in Transit 2006.
Anyone can submit a design for the 2007 project – they are looking for transit themed art. Submission deadline is August 14, 2007. More info on the project and pictures of last years work are available at ArtInTransit.org.
Here is the segement that OnQ did about the Art in Transit project…
This Saturday, July 28th, from 3-5pm, come down to the Market Square Water Balloon FIGHT! This is the first annual organized water balloon fight in Market Square that is free to all and will feature 2 live local bands, The Dirty Sunshine and CK9 and the Old E Allstars, 10,000 water balloons, and a ton of fun!! This is a community event aimed to bring some good, clean, afternoon fun to the city of Pittsburgh. Feel free to bring a team, join the fight individually, or even watch from the sidelines! There will be separate Splash Zones and Spectator Zones. You can also grab a beer and watch the fight and enjoy the music from one of the many restaurants and bars located in the Square.
For more information, contact Vivien Luk @ firstname.lastname@example.org, Cleo Zell @ email@example.com, or Katie Z @ katieZ@downtownpittsburgh.org.
IheartPGH has the inside scoop on this new documentary that is uniquly Pittsburgh…
Chris Ivey, a film maker who travels the world making documentary films, but lives right here in Pittsburgh has just released some clips for his latest and greatest project – ZombieTown, USA. ZombieTown USA is a documentary film about Zombie movie fans here in Pittsburgh. The documentary features some clips with major film industry people who have visited Pittsburgh to visit the original ZombieTown.
Pittsburgh is considered the birthplace of horror films. In 1968, George Romero, who attended Carneige Mellon University shot his first Zombie film Night of the Living Dead, which has become a cult classic here in Pittsburgh and has continued to film horror films here since then.
Pittsburgh Fun Fact – One of the first film projects that Romero worked on was Mr. Rodger Neighborhood.
Are You A Zombie Fan? Want To Be In ZombieTown USA?
Chris is looking to interview some Zombie fans for the documentary – if you are interested just drop me an email info – at – iheartpgh.com and will put you in touch with Chris.