Events Calendar

DISRESPECTING THE BORDER: A mural workshop for the Latinx community of Pittsburgh

JOIN US in creating a large-scale mural artwork that speaks for Pittsburgh’s burgeoning Latinx community. This weekend mural workshop will be led by Gil Rocha, an artist and teacher at the Vidal M. Trevino School of Communications and Fine Arts in Laredo, Texas, who has exhibited his work in the United States and Mexico.

Over the course of three sessions, we will learn about mural methods, generate art ideas, and combine our talents to paint a mural together that will be installed for the public to view during Pittsburgh’s “Unblurred” art crawl.

Friday, October 11, 6-8pm -- Meeting and Overview

Saturday, October 12, 9am-6pm -- Planning and Painting

Sunday, October 13, 9am-6pm -- Complete Painting

Register by sending name and contact info to: fronterapgh@gmail.com

Phone: 412-626-8709 • Space is limited so register soon

Bus fare provided • Workshop location to be 

announced

Ages: 10+ (Parents can join workshop as well)

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IRRESPETANDO LA FRONTERA: Taller de murales para la comunidad Latinx de Pittsburgh

ÚNAMONOS para crear una obra de arte mural a gran escala que hable de la floreciente comunidad Latinx de Pittsburgh. El taller será impartido por Gil Rocha, artista y maestro en la Escuela de Comunicaciones y Bellas Artes Vidal M. Trevino en Laredo, Texas, quien ha expuesto su obra en México y Estados Unidos.

Durante tres días aprenderemos sobre muralismo, crearemos arte, y combinaremos nuestros talentos para pintar un mural que se instalará en un lugar público en Pittsburgh.

Viernes, 11 de octubre, 6-8pm -- Primera reunión

Sabado, 12 do octubre, 9am-6pm -- Planificación y pintura

Domingo, 13 de octubre, 9am-6pm -- Pintura final

Regístro e información: fronterapgh@gmail.com

Teléfono: 412-626-8709 • Taller gratuito, cupo limitado

Tiquetes para transporte publico incluidos • Lugar del taller: por definirse 

Edad: 10+ (madres y padres puden ser parte del taller)

Sunday, October 13 at 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

TBA

DISRESPECTING THE BORDER: A mural workshop for the Latinx community of Pittsburgh

JOIN US in creating a large-scale mural artwork that speaks for Pittsburgh’s burgeoning Latinx community. This weekend mural workshop will be led by Gil Rocha, an artist and teacher at the Vidal M. Trevino School of Communications and Fine Arts in Laredo, Texas, who has exhibited his work in the United States and Mexico.

Over the course of three sessions, we will learn about mural methods, generate art ideas, and combine our talents to paint a mural together that will be installed for the public to view during Pittsburgh’s “Unblurred” art crawl.

Friday, October 11, 6-8pm -- Meeting and Overview

Saturday, October 12, 9am-6pm -- Planning and Painting

Sunday, October 13, 9am-6pm -- Complete Painting

Register by sending name and contact info to: fronterapgh@gmail.com

Phone: 412-626-8709 • Space is limited so register soon

Bus fare provided • Workshop location to be 

announced

Ages: 10+ (Parents can join workshop as well)

View Event Flyer »

 

IRRESPETANDO LA FRONTERA: Taller de murales para la comunidad Latinx de Pittsburgh

ÚNAMONOS para crear una obra de arte mural a gran escala que hable de la floreciente comunidad Latinx de Pittsburgh. El taller será impartido por Gil Rocha, artista y maestro en la Escuela de Comunicaciones y Bellas Artes Vidal M. Trevino en Laredo, Texas, quien ha expuesto su obra en México y Estados Unidos.

Durante tres días aprenderemos sobre muralismo, crearemos arte, y combinaremos nuestros talentos para pintar un mural que se instalará en un lugar público en Pittsburgh.

Viernes, 11 de octubre, 6-8pm -- Primera reunión

Sabado, 12 do octubre, 9am-6pm -- Planificación y pintura

Domingo, 13 de octubre, 9am-6pm -- Pintura final

Regístro e información: fronterapgh@gmail.com

Teléfono: 412-626-8709 • Taller gratuito, cupo limitado

Tiquetes para transporte publico incluidos • Lugar del taller: por definirse 

Edad: 10+ (madres y padres puden ser parte del taller)

Sunday, October 13 at 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

TBA