En Pointe Vol. 1: Pittsburgh 

Art, Design

En Pointe began as a way to engage Point Line Projects’ colleagues and mentors in critical conversations. Since starting in 2017, it has grown into a collection of interviews spanning disciplines and geographies, with contributors from across the globe. To encourage a dialogue between Pittsburgh and beyond, half of the subjects featured are rooted in Western Pennsylvania. It is fitting, then, that the first print issue, En Pointe Vol. 1: Pittsburgh, is a love letter to the city PLP is based. In this first print edition, Vol. 1 takes a broad and critical look at Pittsburgh, with its distinctive history and topography, through conversations that showcase a rich and thoughtful arts ecosystem. En Pointe Vol. 1: Pittsburgh features twelve interviews with architects, curators, artists, writers, and entrepreneurs helping to shape the future of the city’s built and cultural landscape.

Interviews featuring: Seth Clark, Mary-Lou Arscott, Kilolo Luckett, Raymund Ryan, Anne Chen, Mitch McEwen, Nina Barbuto, Paul Zelevansky, Gerard Damiani, José Carlos Diaz, Casey Droege, Ingrid Schaffner

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Project completed with Point Line Projects