Collage City: Dispatches from Opening Weekend

Collage City: Dispatches from Opening Weekend

Our exhibition Collage City: Memory, Experience and Depicting Dreams opened in Pittsburgh on Friday, November 3 at Assemble, featuring the Dream Diary of artist-architect Annie Wang. The exhibition is open until the end of November and we'll be adding shots from the gallery workshops all month long.

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Call for Interns, Fall 2017

Now is the timeJoin our team! Point Line Projects is looking for interns for the fall 2017 semester. Apply to our various internshipseditorial, curatorial, and development! Descriptions here.


At Point Line Projects we constantly have our hands full, working on multiple books, exhibitions, and writing projects at once. All three interns will receive superb hands-on experience and work in a collaborative setting. To apply, submit a cover letter describing your interest along with a résumé and relevant work samples to info@pointlineprojects.com by Monday, September 28, 2017. Please include the desired internship in your subject line.

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Collage City: Memory, Experience, and Depicting Dreams to Open at Assemble, Pittsburgh

Join us on a trek through dream landscapes with artist Annie Wang, whose Dream Diary explores her dreams through collage and architecture. This interactive exhibition will open Friday, November 3, 2017 at Assemble, Pittsburgh with live dream collaging by Wang and a Q&A with Stan Marlon, of the Pittsburgh Society of Jungian Analysts. Workshops for students K-8 will take place throughout the month. For more details, see our press release here.

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Opening Date Confirmed for 40 Years Later

Point Line Projects is excited to work with ArchiteXX, a New York-based organization for women in architecture, to organize an exhibition on the history of activism in architecture. We are pleased to announce that the exhibition will open April 2018 at the Sheila C. Johnson Galleries at the Parsons School for Design in New York! Read more about 40 Years Later: Activism, Alliances, and American Architecture 1977–2017 here.

Documentation of Design as Protest, an event by Blights Out, National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), and NextCity held on the occasion of RISE, the 43rd annual NOMA International Conference and Exposition, October 2015. Photo by Patrick Melon. Courtesy of Blights Out.

Documentation of Design as Protest, an event by Blights Out, National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), and NextCity held on the occasion of RISE, the 43rd annual NOMA International Conference and Exposition, October 2015. Photo by Patrick Melon.

Courtesy of Blights Out.