Digital Art Brunch & Learn
Brunch & Learn | July 25 at 11 AM | Courtyard
Get ready for a Brunch & Learn! Every month, Bakery Square will be working with Sean Beauford, a local curator, to invite local artists to display their work on the big screen. Artists will engage in an artful discussion further explaining their pieces and inspiration. Have a seat in the courtyard, enjoy light refreshments and kick off your Sunday morning with some art!
Future dates and artists:
July 25, Shori Sims & Corrine Jasmin
August 22, TBD
September 19, Angelica Bonilla
Meet The July Artists!
Corrine works intimately with film, installation, text, and performance. Her focus is on directing, creating, and sharing stories that depict the multifaceted Black experience. Jasmin has exhibited films and works in galleries throughout Pittsburgh and the Midwest and has performed across the country. Her work has been published by various publications both national and international, featured by Carnegie Museum of Art’s Storyboard, and her self-published book of poems,Tread, has also been featured by the Mattress Factory Museum of Contemporary Art.
Shori Sims was born in 1999 in Baltimore, Maryland and now lives and works in Pittsburgh, PA. She attends Carnegie Mellon University, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts with a minor in Africana Studies.She has exhibited work at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, Brewhouse Gallery, and with the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh. She has also exhibited at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst and with Lubov Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. Her articles and zines have been published in apmagazine, SPICY Zine, SKEW Magazine, and Yale’s Asterisk* Journal of Art and Art History. In Fall 2020, Shori created illustrations for Printed Matter Inc. in New York City’s artist stamp series. Currently, Shori works remotely with the Brooklyn Museum, assisting the education department as the museum’s School Programs intern.
Meet The Curator!
Sean Beauford is a Pittsburgh-based independent curator and producer whose work centers emerging talent and underrepresented voices. He has collaborated with the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh International Airport, and the Mattress Factory, among others. He currently works at the Carnegie Museum of Art where he manages community relationships and teen programs.
About Bakery Square
Bakery Square is a new mixed-use development located in the East End of Pittsburgh, built out of the existing site of the historic Nabisco Factory. Offering an exciting lifestyle center environment while hosting numerous free events to connect with its neighbors and guests. Bakery Square is home to Google, UPMC, Anthropologie, Free People, LA Fitness, Jimmy Johns, Springhill Suites Marriott Hotel, Galley Bakery Square, University of Pittsburgh, Veteran Administration, CMU Software Engineering Institute and Panera Bread. Walnut Capital Group, owner and developer of Bakery Square, will work with its community partner, Larimer Consensus Group, and local arts experts to provide this opportunity to local artists from the Pittsburgh region to speak to residents and visitors from all over the globe.