Outside Art: Kodachrome

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Join Carnegie Museum of Art and the Skibo Society for an end-of-summer picnic celebrating the art of photography. Gather at Bayardstown Social Club, one of Pittsburgh’s great outdoor spaces, with Skibo, CMOA’s new photography curator Dan Leers, and local photographers Sarah LaPonte, Jake Reinhart, and Jeremy Guttman. Bring your own food or get grub from the Berlin Street Food or Sugar and Spice trucks.

Bayardstown is a BYOB backyard space to gather, eat and drink. You do not need a Bayardstown membership to attend this event.

Outside Art is a nontraditional art appreciation series that offers entertaining, bite-sized stories about art and artists, mixed with plenty of time for socializing and discussion. Come and mingle, laugh a lot, and experience something different (with the added bonus of maybe learning about art).

The Skibo Society, named after Carnegie's Scotland estate, is a self-organized partner of CMOA with the goal of infusing young professionals’ perspectives, guidance, and interests into the museum.

About Dan Leers
Most recently a New York-based independent curator, Dan worked on the 2013 Venice Biennale, during which he served as an advisor on contemporary African Art. Prior to this, he was the Beaumont & Nancy Newhall Curatorial Fellow in the Department of Photography at Museum of Modern Art, New York. He received his undergraduate degree from Lawrence University in Wisconsin and his master’s degree in art history and curatorial studies from Columbia University, New York.
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By: Carnegie Museum of Art