Ian Cheng’s digital simulation works draw on his background in cognitive science and employ rudimentary forms of artificial intelligence. Coding these unpredictable animated worlds from the ground up, he uses the language of video games to probe complex themes such as evolution, human behavior, and the history of consciousness.
Social Programs Carnegie Music Hall, Oakland
Join legendary and multitalented artist and activist Harry Belafonte for a conversation about his career as a performer and his role in the civil rights movement.
Social Programs Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History
Brought to you by Bricolage, this immersive theatrical adventure is created in collaboration with Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh as part of its Carnegie Nexus initiative. Designed to alter how modern audiences interact with cultural institutions, this heavily sensory-based and intimate piece will take place at Carnegie Museums’ historic Oakland facility.
Join artist and cinematographer Bradford Young and playwright, director, and producer Mark Clayton Southers at the August Wilson House for a conversation and debut of a new work by Young.
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A year-long slate of artist projects investigating contemporary social issues through photography’s measurement of light and time.
Nearly 80,000 images comprise one of the most detailed and intimate records of the black urban experience known today.
On the third Thursday of every month, we’re keeping the art galleries open late, turning up the volume, and welcoming partners throughout the city to create exciting, one-of-a-kind programs.
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