November Newsletter

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.  

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Friends of PLP,

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.  

At a glance:

  • Our travelling exhibition Now What?!  keeps moving. Catch the San Francisco opening next week, November 29, at the California College of the Arts.

  • The brilliant exhibition at the August Wilson Center, Familiar Boundaries. Infinite Possibilities is worth a visit this holiday season. We're thrilled to be working with acting curator, Kilolo Luckett, on the show's catalogue.

  • We have two fabulous new entries in our En Pointe interview series—read reflections on architectural writing and publishing with James Graham and Victoria Newhouse.

  • PLP’s spring internship application is now open. Let us know if you or anyone you know are interested in working with us.

Check out our Instagram and Twitter for regular updates on what we’re reading, seeing, and doing in Pittsburgh and beyond.

Until the new year,

Sarah Rafson, Ilana Curtis & the fall 2018 PLP team


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