Aerial view of neighborhood streets from above, with rows of homes running off into the distance. Overlaid on this view are constellations of stars with the following names: Dina “Free” Blackwell, Nisha Blackwell, Ayana Clark, Yona Harvey, Robert Hodge, Joy KMT, Ayanah Moor, Bekezela Mguni, Staycee Pearl, Ricardo Robinson, Felicia Savage, Anqwenique Wingfield, and Alisha Wormsley.

Anqwenique Wingfield, Sirens

House of Manna
7240 Frankstown Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15208

Free Event

Sing about and reflect on themes of black womanhood, deities, healing, love, and the future.

Anqwenique Wingfield is a versatile vocalist and educator specializing in opera, classical music, jazz and soul. She is the founder and director of Pittsburgh based artist collective Groove Aesthetic and studio manager of BOOM Concepts: BOOM Studios//Hilltop.

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This program is a project of The People Are The Light, a series of public art installations and workshops in Pittsburgh's Homewood neighborhood, curated by Alisha Wormsley. Twelve artist-collaborators lead events and performances throughout the neighborhood. Each project explores the connections between past, present and future.

The People Are The Light is part of LIGHTIME, a year of programming from CMOA's Hillman Photography Initiative. Photography, at its basis, measures light and time. Wormsley, whose work revolves around memory and time, activates these fundamentals of photography, creating space for artists, collaborators, and participants to share their stories.