18 Wheeler Platform Shoes
November 1 @ 6:00 pm - November 23 @ 5:00 pm
“18 Wheeler Platform Shoes” is a group show that includes all 18 current members of Carnegie Mellon University’s MFA program and performances by local artists. Comprised of videos, installations, sculpture, painting, and performance, this inaugural exhibition is the first of many big parties which will bring CMU’s School of Art and Pittsburgh’s art community together.
Exhibiting artists: Tsohil Bhatia, Paper Buck, Jamison Edgar, Yejin Lee, Michael Neumann, Talya Petrillo, Hochi Lau, Jackson McKeehan, Nathalie Moreno, David Noel, Max Spitzer, Huidi Xiang, Marianne Hoffmeister Castro, Lena Chen, Petra Floyd, Jessica Fuquay, Matthew McGaughey, and Georgia Saxelby.
Opening Reception: November 1, 6-9pm
Open Weekend: November 2-3, 9-10, 16-17, and 23, 12-5pm
Closing Performances: November 23
Platform is Carnegie Mellon University’s new student- and faculty-run space for public engagement with contemporary art. Inhabiting the former Pittsburgh Filmmakers building in Oakland, Platform will open in the Fall of 2019 with exhibitions created and curated by Master of Fine Arts students in the School of Art and officially launch with a suite of new programs in the Fall of 2020.