Pittsburgh International Airport’s Art in the Airport program is dedicated to showcasing a dynamic array of work produced by local, regional, national, and international artists. The program is part of the airport’s commitment to creating a sense of place by connecting to the region it serves through offerings unique to Pittsburgh, including art, culture, cuisine, individuals and institutions.
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Pittsburgh International Airport is creating a Student Art Exhibit that will feature work from schoolchildren in Allegheny, Beaver and Butler counties. Beginning Sept. 1, children 6-18 will be able to submit original artwork with the theme of “Nobody Owns the Sky,” the title of a children’s book about Bessie Coleman, who became the first African-American licenses aviator in 1921.
Winners will be chosen from three age groups, and digital images of their work will be displayed throughout the airport and on its website, FlyPittsburgh.com. All types of art media will be accepted until Oct. 1.
Click here to learn more details and how to submit your work.