This is the third interview featuring presenters for Pittsburgh’s 25th Pecha Kucha Night. This one features Kilolo Luckett.
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the Facebook page for PechaKucha Night Pittsburgh for details about the event. For newcomers to the format, the AIGA YouTube Channel has videos of past events.
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Kilolo Luckett is here in Pittsburgh via Mississippi and Ohio.
We mentioned a bunch of artists on the show today, here are just a few:
And of course,
Naomi Sims, the subject of Kilolo’s research for an upcoming biography.
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Kilolo is something of a Pittsburgh celebrity,
here are just a few of the articles that she shared with me while I was preparing for this interview, including a write up of the By Any Means symposium that she organized. Read up and come see her presentation at PKN on October 6.
In a special episode of the D:i Podcast I visit the artists in their booths at the Three Rivers Arts Festival. Images of the artwork and links to all the artists’ websites can be found below, in the order they appear on the show.
Abstract Woodwork from karawooddesigns.com
Illustration by Eric Zawrotny at boxelder-design.com
Lex Covato’s famous “Jesus Loves Ink” at lexcovato.com
Collage by Seth Clark (from the “Collapse” series) at sethsclark.com
Mixed Media Collage by Sarah Collier (the one I didn’t buy) at thecharmschooldropout.com
Painting by Micah Mullen, “Kure Beach”, at micah-mullen.fineartamerica.com
Kreepy Dolls (pictured: James Bong) by Daniel Baxter at kreepydollfactory.com
Abstract Painting by Annette Poitau (pictured: Ventre Orange) at annettepoitau.com
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