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Sunday, March 1 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 2 pm - 4 pm
'Because She Said So,' by Anqwenique at Carnegie Library (Oakland)
 
 
 7 pm - 10 pm
Smooth Groove Sunday Session at Rocks Landing, McKees Rocks (weekly)

Call to confirm week to week

 
 
 7 pm - 11 pm
Latin Jazz Sunday at Con Alma
Monday, March 2 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 5 pm - 11 pm
Mondays at Con Alma (Vinyl Happy Hour, then Howie Alexander Trio)

Every Monday we have Vinyl Happy Hour from 5-7pm with Beer and Cocktail Specials going all night long plus Howie Alexander Trio plays their groove jazz from 8pm - 11pm!

Tuesday, March 3 2020
 All Day
Miles Davis Film, Discussion Music at Afro American Music Institute (call for exact times)
 
 
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 4 pm - 6 pm
JazzLive Series at Backstage Bar
Reggie Watkins QuartetTue, Mar 10, 2020
Organgrinder Featuring: Ken Karsh, Keith Stebler and Bill KuhnTue, Mar 17, 2020
Dr. Alton Merrell Tue, Mar 24, 2020
Roger Humphries + RH Factor Tue, Mar 31, 2020
Theron Brown Trio Tue, Apr 7, 2020
Kevin Howard Tue, Apr 21, 2020
Lynn Speakman Quartet Tue, May 12, 2020
Roger Humphries + RH Factor Tue, May 19, 2020
Bill Heid Trio Tue, May 26, 2020
 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
“A Taste Of Soul” Jam Session at The Genuine Pub
 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
GHIII at Con Alma (2/4/20 onward)
Wednesday, March 4 2020
 All Day
Miles Davis Film, Discussion Music at Afro American Music Institute (call for exact times)
 
 
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

Thursday, March 5 2020
 All Day
Miles Davis Film, Discussion Music at Afro American Music Institute (call for exact times)
 
 
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
Roger Humphries Quintet Thursday Residency at Con Alma
Friday, March 6 2020
 All Day
Miles Davis Film, Discussion Music at Afro American Music Institute (call for exact times)
 
 
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 8 pm - 10 pm
Leela James at August Wilson Center
 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
Pittsburgh's Very Own at Mr. Smalls

CAM CHAMBERS

JROUZ3

MANI BAHIA & THE MOB

SHAWNA ROXANNE

Saturday, March 7 2020
 All Day
Miles Davis Film, Discussion Music at Afro American Music Institute (call for exact times)
 
 
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 2 pm - 5 pm

The Soul Show on WYEP 91.3fm Pittsburgh (streaming at wyep.org)

 
 
 5 pm - 8 pm
Tony Campbell at Wallace's Whiskey Room
 
 
 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Gina Chavez at Carnegie Lecture Hall

pre-concert workshop at 6:30

 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
First Saturdays R&B Sessions at Rocks Landing
 
 
 8 pm - 7 am
First Saturdays at Rocks Landing
Sunday, March 8 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 7 pm - 10 pm
Smooth Groove Sunday Session at Rocks Landing, McKees Rocks (weekly)

Call to confirm week to week

 
 
 7 pm - 11 pm
Latin Jazz Sunday at Con Alma
Monday, March 9 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 5 pm - 11 pm
Mondays at Con Alma (Vinyl Happy Hour, then Howie Alexander Trio)

Every Monday we have Vinyl Happy Hour from 5-7pm with Beer and Cocktail Specials going all night long plus Howie Alexander Trio plays their groove jazz from 8pm - 11pm!

Tuesday, March 10 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 4 pm - 6 pm
JazzLive Series at Backstage Bar
Reggie Watkins QuartetTue, Mar 10, 2020
Organgrinder Featuring: Ken Karsh, Keith Stebler and Bill KuhnTue, Mar 17, 2020
Dr. Alton Merrell Tue, Mar 24, 2020
Roger Humphries + RH Factor Tue, Mar 31, 2020
Theron Brown Trio Tue, Apr 7, 2020
Kevin Howard Tue, Apr 21, 2020
Lynn Speakman Quartet Tue, May 12, 2020
Roger Humphries + RH Factor Tue, May 19, 2020
Bill Heid Trio Tue, May 26, 2020
 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
“A Taste Of Soul” Jam Session at The Genuine Pub
 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
GHIII at Con Alma (2/4/20 onward)
Wednesday, March 11 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

Thursday, March 12 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
Roger Humphries Quintet Thursday Residency at Con Alma
Friday, March 13 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

Saturday, March 14 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 2 pm - 5 pm

The Soul Show on WYEP 91.3fm Pittsburgh (streaming at wyep.org)

 
 
 5 pm - 8 pm
Tony Campbell at Wallace's Whiskey Room
Sunday, March 15 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 7 pm - 10 pm
Smooth Groove Sunday Session at Rocks Landing, McKees Rocks (weekly)

Call to confirm week to week

 
 
 7 pm - 11 pm
Latin Jazz Sunday at Con Alma
Monday, March 16 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 5 pm - 11 pm
Mondays at Con Alma (Vinyl Happy Hour, then Howie Alexander Trio)

Every Monday we have Vinyl Happy Hour from 5-7pm with Beer and Cocktail Specials going all night long plus Howie Alexander Trio plays their groove jazz from 8pm - 11pm!

 
 
 7:30 pm - 10 pm
Ken Vandermark & Nate Wooley Trio at Spirit

$20 advance/$25 door 21+ show

Spirit Lodge, 242 51st St., Lawrenceville


Ken Vandermark and Nate Wooley Trio
with special guests Rex Trimm and Chris McCune

tickets on sale at: Jerry's Records (Squirrel Hill), Government Center Records (North Side), Clothes Minded (Bloomfield) and Caliban Books (Oakland).

In March of 2020, Laul Pytton (drums/UK), Ken Vandermark (reeds/Chicago), and Nate Wooley (trumpet/NYC), three key figures of the international experimental music scene, will come together for a unique series of concerts in the United States. Vandermark (a 1999 recipient of the MacArthur Genius Grant for jazz) and Wooley have been working as a duo for the last seven years, touring in both the States and in Europe, and have released three critically acclaimed albums together. Both have performed and recorded with Pytton many times, and the three of them issued an album of trio material as part of the double CD, The Nows, in 2012. The concert will be an extremely rare chance to hear Laul Pytton perform in the U.S. His history connected to improvised music is legendary, and this collaboration with Vandermark and Wooley, two of the most significant cutting-edge musicians of their generations, is sure to be exceptional and one of a kind.

Tuesday, March 17 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 4 pm - 6 pm
JazzLive Series at Backstage Bar
Reggie Watkins QuartetTue, Mar 10, 2020
Organgrinder Featuring: Ken Karsh, Keith Stebler and Bill KuhnTue, Mar 17, 2020
Dr. Alton Merrell Tue, Mar 24, 2020
Roger Humphries + RH Factor Tue, Mar 31, 2020
Theron Brown Trio Tue, Apr 7, 2020
Kevin Howard Tue, Apr 21, 2020
Lynn Speakman Quartet Tue, May 12, 2020
Roger Humphries + RH Factor Tue, May 19, 2020
Bill Heid Trio Tue, May 26, 2020
 
 
 6:30 pm - 9 pm
Tune It! Tuesday - jam session w/ Phat Man Dee

Join Phat Man Dee and friends in music on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at Black Forge Coffee House in Allentown, Pittsburgh, for the jam session!

All ages, $3 cover unless you are coming to sit in!

Every Third Tuesday for the past 2 1/2 years, Phat Man Dee has hosted 'Tune It! Tuesday', a community oriented, intergenerational, musical jam session. It is for all ages, and the house band features world class jazz musicians with the ability to back up singers, instrumentalists, poets, and spoken word artists of all genres. This month’s jam session features Phat Man Dee as host, with musicians Carlos Peña (guitar), Miguel Sague III (conga) and Eric Dowdell Jr. (bass). All are welcome to come sit in with these professional musicians, perform original compositions, experimental works, poetry, hip hop, jazz standards and cover songs! 

This series is supported by Love My Neighbor grant from Neighborhood Allies, Drusky Entertainment, and the PA Council on the Arts.  Mandee is honored to help amplify the voices of new performers, seasoned professionals and artists looking to explore new work.

 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
“A Taste Of Soul” Jam Session at The Genuine Pub
 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
GHIII at Con Alma (2/4/20 onward)
Wednesday, March 18 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

Thursday, March 19 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 5 pm - 6 pm
Neighborhood Happy Hour at Kelly Strayhorn

Thursday, March 19
Thursday, April 16
Thursday, May 21
5:00pm – 7:00pm

Kelly Strayhorn Theater
5941 Penn Ave

Pay What Makes You Happy!

This monthly social at the KST Lobby Bar brings the people of East Liberty together! Grab a drink, meet your neighbors and chat over a snack from a local food truck. Invited guest speakers spark conversation and each event offers community members an opportunity to share news, announcements, and information about other East Liberty happenings, events, and concerns!

Check kelly-strayhorn.org for details about each event and to sign up to make an announcement.

Photo by Beth Barbis

 
 
 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Neil DeGrasse Tyson at Carnegie Music Hall Oakland
 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
Roger Humphries Quintet Thursday Residency at Con Alma
Friday, March 20 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

Saturday, March 21 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 2 pm - 5 pm

The Soul Show on WYEP 91.3fm Pittsburgh (streaming at wyep.org)

 
 
 3 pm - 5 pm
'Dance Maker: Blackness In White Spaces' at Trust Arts Education Center
 
 
 5 pm - 8 pm
Tony Campbell at Wallace's Whiskey Room
Sunday, March 22 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 7 pm - 10 pm
Smooth Groove Sunday Session at Rocks Landing, McKees Rocks (weekly)

Call to confirm week to week

 
 
 7 pm - 11 pm
Latin Jazz Sunday at Con Alma
Monday, March 23 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 5 pm - 11 pm
Mondays at Con Alma (Vinyl Happy Hour, then Howie Alexander Trio)

Every Monday we have Vinyl Happy Hour from 5-7pm with Beer and Cocktail Specials going all night long plus Howie Alexander Trio plays their groove jazz from 8pm - 11pm!

Tuesday, March 24 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 4 pm - 6 pm
JazzLive Series at Backstage Bar
Reggie Watkins QuartetTue, Mar 10, 2020
Organgrinder Featuring: Ken Karsh, Keith Stebler and Bill KuhnTue, Mar 17, 2020
Dr. Alton Merrell Tue, Mar 24, 2020
Roger Humphries + RH Factor Tue, Mar 31, 2020
Theron Brown Trio Tue, Apr 7, 2020
Kevin Howard Tue, Apr 21, 2020
Lynn Speakman Quartet Tue, May 12, 2020
Roger Humphries + RH Factor Tue, May 19, 2020
Bill Heid Trio Tue, May 26, 2020
 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
“A Taste Of Soul” Jam Session at The Genuine Pub
 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
GHIII at Con Alma (2/4/20 onward)
Wednesday, March 25 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 8 pm - 11:55 pm
Interval Jazz Night (Fourth Wednesdays) at Spirit - Alexander, DePaolis, Johnson III
Thursday, March 26 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
Roger Humphries Quintet Thursday Residency at Con Alma
Friday, March 27 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

Saturday, March 28 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 10 am - 4 pm
Black Transformative Arts Network at Union Project
 
 
 2 pm - 5 pm

The Soul Show on WYEP 91.3fm Pittsburgh (streaming at wyep.org)

 
 
 5 pm - 8 pm
Tony Campbell at Wallace's Whiskey Room
Sunday, March 29 2020
 All Day
Vanishing Black Bars and Lounges at August Wilson Center

VANISHING BLACK BARS & LOUNGES: PHOTOGRAPHS BY L. KASIMU HARRIS
New Orleans-based photographer L. Kasimu Harris documents disappearing social halls and leisure clubs that were safe gathering spaces for African Americans for entertainment, benevolent causes, and community activism.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation Gallery, second floor.

 
 
 All Day
I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach at August Wilson Center

I came by Boat so Meet me at the Beach.: AYANA M. EVANS AND TSEDAYE MAKONNEN
Ayana M. Evans, New York-based performance artist, and Tsedaye Makonnen, multidisciplinary artist from Washington, DC, present new collaborative works and performances that explore the legacies of Black radical womanhood in relationship to well-being, ritual, and physical labor.

Organized by Kilolo Luckett, curator of Visual Arts.

January 24 through March 29, 2020
On view in The BNY Mellon Gallery, first floor.

 
 
 7 pm - 10 pm
Smooth Groove Sunday Session at Rocks Landing, McKees Rocks (weekly)

Call to confirm week to week

 
 
 7 pm - 11 pm
Latin Jazz Sunday at Con Alma
 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
Ghost-Note at Thunderbird
Monday, March 30 2020
 5 pm - 11 pm
Mondays at Con Alma (Vinyl Happy Hour, then Howie Alexander Trio)

Every Monday we have Vinyl Happy Hour from 5-7pm with Beer and Cocktail Specials going all night long plus Howie Alexander Trio plays their groove jazz from 8pm - 11pm!

Tuesday, March 31 2020
 4 pm - 6 pm
JazzLive Series at Backstage Bar
Reggie Watkins QuartetTue, Mar 10, 2020
Organgrinder Featuring: Ken Karsh, Keith Stebler and Bill KuhnTue, Mar 17, 2020
Dr. Alton Merrell Tue, Mar 24, 2020
Roger Humphries + RH Factor Tue, Mar 31, 2020
Theron Brown Trio Tue, Apr 7, 2020
Kevin Howard Tue, Apr 21, 2020
Lynn Speakman Quartet Tue, May 12, 2020
Roger Humphries + RH Factor Tue, May 19, 2020
Bill Heid Trio Tue, May 26, 2020
 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
“A Taste Of Soul” Jam Session at The Genuine Pub
 
 
 8 pm - 11 pm
GHIII at Con Alma (2/4/20 onward)
please send updates to soulshowmike@gmail.com
 
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