Point Line Projects alongside art book artist, Paul Zelevansky presented at the Los Angeles Art Book Fair from April 11–14.
Now What?! Buffalo at the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning opens April 17 with a lecture by Now What?! curators. This is the sixth time the exhibition is on view and will be up until June 1 before taking a brief summer hiatus before moving to the midwest in the fall.
We celebrated the launch of En Pointe Vol. 1: Pittsburgh at GBBN Architects during April Unblurred: First Fridays on Penn Art Crawl.
Happy spring! Join Point Line Projects in events across North America. Read more.
What: Los Angeles Art Book Fair
When: April 12-14, 2019
Where: The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
Join the PLP team for summer 2019!
The Editorial/Curatorial intern will receive hands on experience collaborating on exhibitions and publications related to art, architecture, and design. As part of a small team, the intern will help to brainstorm, develop, and implement the visions of our projects and help to grow the mission of PLP as a small agency. The internship will develop the intern’s critical capacity as a writer, reader, editor, and researcher in the field.
This is the fifth stop on the exhibition trail and featured and opening night talk by Now What?! Curators Sarah Rafson and Lori Brown and PLP’s Ilana Curtis. Gallery events included a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon and lecture by: Alyssa Mt. Pleasant.
Our second selection for Architect Magazine’s monthly column, Next Progressives which highlights emerging and innovative architecture firms.
Meet Outpost Office: This Columbus, Ohio–based duo "seek new public audiences through experimental creative production ranging from the serious to the absurd, often simultaneously."
The Detective Building, which hosts a Schoolhouse Electric store, co-working space, and coffee shop, will help fund improvements to the fast-developing East Liberty neighborhood.
Our first selection for Architect Magazine’s monthly column, Next Progressives which highlights emerging and innovative architecture firms.
Meet CODA: This New York practices uses unconventional materials for its "responsive forms."
Join Now What?! curators, Lori Brown, Andrea Merrett, Sarah Rafson, and Roberta Washington in conversation with Annmarie Adams and Alanna Thain of McGill University for a lecture as part of the Democracy, Space, and Technology Lecture Series from the Yan P. Lin Centre.
On Saturday, January 19, Sarah Rafson, with other volunteers from Doors Open Pittsburgh, led a bus tour on a historic tour around the city in commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Point Line Projects turns three this year, and we continue to be challenged and rewarded by editorial and exhibition projects about art, architecture, and design. Join us in reflecting on what we’ve accomplished in 2018 and what’s to come in 2019.
Welcome Spring 2019 Interns! We're excited to welcome three incredible interns to the PLP team! Meet Jai Kanodia, Abigail Salmon, and Kenneth Wahrenberger.
Now What?! Advocacy, Activism, and Alliances in American Architecture Since 1968, is in its second showing at California College of the Arts’ Hubbell Street Galleries. With over fifty new panels added from New York and Los Angeles the content we’re excited to continue to grow Now What?! And manage the project as it continues to travel.
It has been a frenzied fall at Point Line Projects. As we enter the Thanksgiving holiday we’re feeling extra thankful to be doing so with new clients and collaborators who keep us busy with meaningful projects.
Our interview series, En Pointe is picking up steam and reaching new audiences through a guest editorship on sub_teXXt, ArchiteXX’s online journal about women in architecture. The series of interviews highlights projects with impact, and is well underway with conversations released every Wednesday through January 2019. Read more here.
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The 57th edition of the Carnegie International, the second-oldest international art fair opens at Pittsburgh Carnegie Museum of Art. The exhibition, on view through March 25 presents work by 32 artists and artists collective. The exhibition, led by, Ingrid Schaffner asks what it means to be “international” at this moment in time. We’re looking forward to the CI catalogue release in February. For more information, check out the Carnegie International Website.
New Exhibition at the August Wilson Center on view from October 12, 2018–March 24, 2019
We highly recommend a visit to the August Wilson Center’s current exhibition, Familiar Boundaries. Infinite Possibilities. This group exhibition features twelve regional, national, and international contemporary artists whose work questions society's obsessions with tradition, policing, consumption, and indulgence. We're thrilled to be working with the Pittsburgh-based, acting curator Kilolo Luckett on the writing and editing of the exhibition catalogue. Release date to come.
Hot off the press: the Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture’s second-ever end-of-semester publication is now available! In it you’ll find lots of student work, news from the SoA community, and critical conversation with special guests Ming Fung, Amy Kulper, and Mitch McEwen following a school-wide event in May. Sarah Rafson worked with SoA faculty to organize this school-wide exhibition and edit the publication to capture the energy and creative lines of inquiry that make the school unique. Read the latest issue here.
Now What?! Los Angeles is on view at Woodbury University’s Hollywood Outpost gallery from September 1 – October 14.
Sarah Rafson is teaching as an adjunct professor in a first-year architecture studio at Carnegie Mellon University this semester.
Point Line Projects is now located in Downtown Pittsburgh’s Cultural District.