KtB at GA/GI Tomorrow Night!

mostly sunny and 48 degrees!

Mostly sunny and 48 degrees!

gaifi fest posterLooking for something to do tomorrow?  Want to enjoy nice spring weather (finally) and celebrate arts, sustainability, and innovation?

Then join Knit the Bridge for GA/GI tomorrow 6-9pm at 5110 Penn Ave.  Come knit, crochet, or learn how.  We’ll be there to answer questions, receive your completed panels, and confirm that you’re signed up for Knit the Bridge!


@ Unblurred on Penn


Fun for the whole family

Fun for the whole family

Friday April 5 from 6 PM-10++ PM
Saturday, April 6 Noon – 7 pm++ (not all venues open)
Between 4800-Penn- 5500 Penn Avenue

The Geek Art / Green Innovator’s Festival or GA/GI (pronounced GAH-gee) serves as an educational forum within an arts format. This event celebrates the eco, arts and technology industries and includes participation from a variety of universities, artists, corporations, inventors and designers invited to showcase their people, projects or programs in spaces along the Penn Avenue Arts Corridor. This colorful event is also punctuated with music performances, displays, children’s activities, and alternative programming.


Knit the Bridge with GA/GI director, Christine Bethea.

Knit the Bridge with GA/GI director, Christine Bethea.

Highlights for 2013 include Mash Up Body–a multi media performance at Kelly Strayhorn Alloy Studios; at Most Wanted Fine Art, a showcase of winners from Pittsburgh’s segment of the Global Video Game Jam. Also the Pittsburgh Glass Center will host: “Lights! Camera! Fashion!” –a fashion trunk show and sale with an open invitation to photographers of every ilk to expand their portfolios and Art Energy Design’s Liquid Light Show.

In addition, Knit The Bridge Pittsburgh will host a mega “Knit In”  at ARTica Gallery to encourage festival-goers to create one of the hundreds of panels needed for their project.
Other guests include: High Point Pittsburgh with plans for topping the USX building; and Tech Shop @ Edge Studios sponsored by SPROUT and much, much more!
GA/GI festival is free to the public and family-friendly with some venues charging a small fee. GA/GI Festival was the first eco, art and technology festival ever held in Southwestern, Pennsylvania.
Eco Equation by Dave Edwards

Eco Equation by Dave Edwards


    For a schedule of events visit: www.gagi4.blogspot.com

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