Bob Bingham
Professor of Art
7008 Thomas Boulevard
Pittsburgh PA 15208

(412) 400-8021


MFA in Art, University of California, Davis, CA
Intercampus Exchange, University of California, San Diego (January–June)
BA in Art, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

Professional Appointments

Professor of Art, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Distinguished Fellow, STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh
2010, 15, 17
Artist/Teacher, Low Residency MFA Program, Vermont College, Montpelier, VT
Associate Head, School of Art, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Co-Director, STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Associate Professor of Art, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Fellow, STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Co-Director, Nine Mile Run Greenway Project, STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Visiting Artist (faculty), The Cooper Union for Advancement of Science and Art, NYC
Assistant Professor of Art, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Visiting Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Sculpture Instructor, St. Stephen's International School, Rome, Italy
Instructor, Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, PA

Solo, Collaborative and Public Installations

Living Waters of Larimer, Collaborative Team Project with Betsy Damon and four interdisciplinary members, plus a community component to demonstrate a variety of ‘placemaking’ strategies and to serve as a model of successful ‘Green Infrastructure.’
PermaCulture Orchard, Hays Recreation Area, Wilkinsburg, Pa, Collaborative Team Project with Lazae LaSpina, Fruit Tree Planting Foundation, Pittsburgh Permaculture and the Second Presbyterian Church, Wilkinsburg, PA
High Point Pittsburgh, ongoing project with David Bear through the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry an investigation of everything sustainable on top of the largest/high-rise roof in the world,
One Mile Garden, ongoing project with Ally Reeves & Robin Hewlett & Catherine Shelton @ The Coleman Center For the Arts, York, AL; CCA Gallery Exhibit, September –October, 2009
WeGrow Project , with Kathryn Sitter, and Homewood Montessori School, Pittsburgh, PA
Ecological Artworks: Project Proposals and Documentation, New House, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Public Art Finalist, Sports and Exhibition Authority, David L. Lawrence Convention Center (Raphel Vinyoli, architect), Pittsburgh, PA
Listen to the South Side, (project @ Birmingham Bridge/Carnegie Library) PublicArtPittsburgh, Dept. of City Planning, City of Pittsburgh and South Side Local Development Corporation
Conversations in the Rust Belt: Brownfields to Greenways, Nine Mile Run Greenway Project, co-directed with Tim Collins, Reiko Goto and John Stephen, Wood Street Galleries, and Regina Miller Gallery, Purnell Center, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Urban Semi-Wilderness Area, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
Sculpture At The Point, Three Rivers Art Festival, Pittsburgh, PA
Chatham College Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
Three Rivers Arts Festival, Solo Installation @ CNG Building, Pittsburgh, PA
BACA Downtown, Brooklyn, NY
Water Rites: A Domestic Arrangement, Art Awareness, Lexington, NY
Art in The Anchorage, Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage, Brooklyn, NY
Morris Gallery, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Five American Artists, St. Stephen's School, Rome, Italy
Tyler School of Art Abroad, Rome, Italy
Sculpture '84, Beaver College, Philadelphia, PA
Challenge Exhibition ‘83-’84, Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA
Zoller Gallery, Penn State University, State College, PA

Selected Group Exhibitions

ALCHEMIC BODY | FIRE . AIR . WATER . EARTH, THE LINE Contemporary Art Space, London, England
Contemporary Venice, THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space and Palazzo Ca’ Zanadari, Venice, Italy
INTERSECTIONS: Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry 30th anniversary exhibit, Miller Institute for Contemporary Art, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Personal Structures, European Cultural Centre’s Venice Biennial Contemporary Art Exhibition, Palazzo Mora, Venice, Italy
Artists Who Teach, The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg, PA
Homecoming: Artists and Adaptation, Brew House Association Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
The Great California Art Movement, 1960s-1990s: UC Davis Fine Art Alumni Exhibition, John Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, California
Reflections: Homage to Dunkard Creek, with Maya, Kyra & Bena Bingham, Jackson Kelly Gallery, Morgantown, WV, traveling exhibit, twelve venues in PA & WV, continues
Brew House Alumni Exhibit and Silent Auction, Space 101, Pittsburgh, PA
Vertical Gardens, American Institute of Architects Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Vertical Gardens Exhibit, SEA (Social Environmental Aesthetics), Exit Art, NYC
Meet the Made, Gestures Exhibit, ROBO 250, Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, PA
In The Making 250 Years/250 Artists, Fe Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
Caught Looking 2, Jumbotron, PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA
Sublime Climate III/III Addressing Global Warming: Symbiosis—Redefining our Relationship with Nature, Thompson Gallery, Garthwaite Center For Science and Art, The Cambridge School, Weston, MA
6 BILLION PERPS HELD HOSTAGE! Artists Address Global Warming, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA
Caught Looking, Jumbotron, PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA (censored)
Down the Garden Path, Artists Gardens Since 1960, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY
Small Acts, SPACE, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh, PA
Under the Influence, Eye Lounge, A Contemporary Artspace, Phoenix, AZ
Hidden In Plain Sight, The Forest In the City, Three Rivers Arts Festival Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
Inkjet, Artist Image Resources Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
Invisible Republics: Visible Art In American Publics, Surya Palace Hotel, Baroda Gujarat, India
The Air-Conditioned Nightmare, Thommy Conroy Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
Green Home, Staten Is. Greens Eco-Fair for a Sane & Sustainable Future, Winter Palace, Staten Island, NY
Earth Works: Putting Art to Work for the Sake of the Earth, online exhibit of , a Collaborative Art Space for Teachers and Students, organized by Art Education Program, School of Art & Art History, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Supervalitragilisticexcelluminaceous, Regina Miller Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
Comfort Zone: Portable Living Spaces, Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, PA
Ecovention, Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, OH
Mandala, Healing the Environment, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
Reactions, Exit Art, New York, NY
Sculptors of the New Millenium: 2001, organized by Indiana Univ. of Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, PA
Photographs by artists, made for a variety of purposes, curated by Robert Raczka, Artists Resource Imaging, Foreland Street Studio, Pittsburgh, PA
Children’s Museum Design Competition Proposals, Heinz Architectural Center, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
Auto/Visual/Indi/Visible: School of Art Faculty Exhibition, Miller Gallery, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Fusion!, Miller Gallery, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Art for AIDS/Art For Change, sponsored by Persad Center, The Carnegie Museums, Pittsburgh, PA
White Heat, Kanagawa Kenmin Hall Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
Faculty Exhibit (Part III), Foreland Street Studios, Pittsburgh, PA
Art and Nature, Rico Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Challenge at 20, Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA
A Place at the Table, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA
Living Together, Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Aichi Arts Center, Nagoya, Japan
Coming of Age, Nexus, Foundation for Today’s Art, Philadelphia, PA
Brownfields ‘96, Environmental Protection Agency Conference, Web Site Exhibit, Pittsburgh, PA
National Works on Paper: Artists Listen to the Earth, Marsh Art Gallery, Richmond, VA
Brew House Artists Exhibition (Annual), Brew House SPACE 101, Pittsburgh, PA
Steel Cities, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH
Between, Bowman, Penelec & Megahan Galleries, curated by Robert Raczka, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA and Emily Davis Gallery, University of Akron, OH
Art in the Park, South Side Hospital Heart Park, Pittsburgh, PA
Carnegie Mellon Faculty Exhibition, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
Pittsburgh Biennial, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, curated by Eleanor Heartney, Murray Horne, Jessica Stockholder. Pittsburgh, PA
Urban Paradise: Gardens In The City, PaineWebber Gallery, New York, NY
Community + Art = Adopting Aliquippa, Aliquippa, PA
Metal, American Iron and Steel Exposition, sponsored by Mannesmann Demag Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA
Groundswell: Art for The Earth, Westminster College Gallery, New Wilmington, PA and Chatham College Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
Social Catalysts, Spaces, Cleveland, OH (site-specific installation)
School of Art Invitational Alumni Exhibition, Haynes Fine Art Gallery, Bozeman, MT
24 Hours in Aliquippa, Aliquippa, PA
Brewhouse Show, Birmingham Lofts, Pittsburgh, PA
Politics of Cloth, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, Ma, curated by Ingred Bachman, originated at Ontario Arts Council, Toronto. Traveled to museums in Canada
Art in Recovery, Harbor Light Center-Salvation Army, Pittsburgh, PA
Working in Brooklyn: Installations, The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY (installation)
From Form to Fancy, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
Let’s Play House, The Fabric Workshop, curated by Ruth Fine, Philadelphia, PA
Proposals and Paintings, Bob Bingham & Susan Chrysler White, Alverno College Fine Arts Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
Second Thought, Momenta Art Alternative, Philadelphia, PA
Ten x Twelve: A Decade of Fleisher Challenge Artists, Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA
Fabric as Concept: Conceptual Art From the Fabric Workshop, The Fabric Workshop, Philadelphia, PA
Staged Dramas, Hudson Gallery, New York, NY
Faculty Exhibition, Goldie Paley Gallery, Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, PA
Shelter '85, Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC
An Inside Place, The Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ (installation)
Fourthoughts, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA (installation)
Made in Philadelphia 6, curated by Marcia Tucker & Ned Rifkin, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA (installation)
Philadelphia Drawing Competition, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA
Works on Paper: UC Davis Graduate Students, Memorial Union Art Gallery, Davis, CA
Twenty Dollar Bill Show, Portico Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Nexus Gallery Retrospective Show, Philadelphia, PA
Sculptors at UC Davis: Past and Present, Richard L. Nelson Gallery, Davis, CA
Group Show, 558 Alternative Space Gallery, San Diego, CA
MFA Thesis Show, Mandeville Annex Gallery, San Diego, CA and Richard L. Nelson Gallery, Davis, CA (installation & performance)
Group Show, Mason Gross Gallery, Rutgers State University, New Brunswick, NJ
Group Show, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA (installation)
Third Annual Women’s Invitational, Montana State University Gallery, Bozeman, MT

Awards and Grants

ArtPlace America Grant for Living Waters of Larimer: THE WELL, A Civic Water Celebration and Education Park
Heinz Endowments Economic and Community Development Grant for Living Waters Of Larimer Project
Faculty Development Grant, Carnegie Mellon University
Faculty Development Grant, Carnegie Mellon University
Faculty Development Grant, Carnegie Mellon University
Heinz Endowments Grant for Nine Mile Run Greenway Project
Faculty Development Grant, Carnegie Mellon University
Faculty Development Grant, Carnegie Mellon University
Three Rivers Environmental Award for Nine Mile Run Greenway Project
Faculty Development Grant, Carnegie Mellon University
New Forms Regional Arts Grant Program, administered by The Painted Bride, funded by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, The National Endowment for the Arts, The Rockefeller Foundation and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
Art Matters, Inc., Artist's Fellowship Grant
National Endowment for the Arts, Visual Artist's Fellowship Grant
Visiting Artist, American Academy in Rome, Italy
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Visual Artist's Fellowship Grant
Residence Artist, The Fabric Workshop, Philadelphia, PA

Eco-Consultant Projects

Green Roof tour & consultation for the National Aviary and Springboard Design
“Green Artist” with Rothschild+Doyno Architects, Sarah Heinz House project, Pittsburgh, PA
“Green Public Artist” with Damianos + Anthony Architects for Pittsburgh Children’s Museum Design Competition, Pittsburgh, PA

Lectures, Panels and Workshops


Longwood at Oakmont, PA


Odyssey presentation, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA


Living Waters Of Larimer Project: A variety of lectures, workshops and tours at the Kingsley Association, Pittsburgh, PA


School of Art, Alfred University, Alfred, New York


Visiting lecturer to Human Computer Interaction Institute, Environmental Hackfest, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA


Global Green USA, Green Urbanism Leaders Summit, Los Angeles, CA


Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona

Integrating the Arts into General Education, Reinvention Conference, Washington DC


“Articulating Spaces: Poets and Artist’s Interacting With Their Environments,” Panelist, Clarion University Art Gallery, Clarion PA

“The Future of Green Space in Pittsburgh,” Panelist, North Area Environmental Council of the North Hills at La Roche College, Pittsburgh, PA


“No Stone Unturned: A Symposium on Artists and Gardens,” Panelist, Carnegie Mellon University


Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA


Art and Culture Town Meeting, sponsored by South Side Local Development Corporation, City Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA


19th International Sculpture Conference, co-organized by STUDIO for Creative Inquiry Multimedia Open House and “Art + Planning: A River Journey” International Sculpture Center, Westin William Penn, Pittsburgh, PA

Sherwood Oaks, Cranberry, PA


School of Art, Visiting Lecture Series: Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

“When you wish upon a star: Themed Worlds,” Symposium held in conjunction with exhibition The Architecture of Reassurance: Designing the Disney Theme Parks, Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA

Intermedia Arts, Minneapolis, MN

“Conversations in the Rust Belt: Brownfields into Greenways,” Community Design Workshop, Nine Mile Run Greenway Project, Pittsburgh, PA

“Collaboration: Who does it and what are they doing?” Panel discussion by Pittsburgh Dance Council, Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, PA

“Spring Study Tour” organized by Reggio Children, Reggio-Emilia, Italy

“Waste Water Management,” Charette by Nine Mile Run Greenway Project Team in conjunction with the Rocky Mountain Institute, Hosanna House, Pittsburgh, PA


“Ample Opportunity,” Community Workshops, Nine Mile Run Greenway Project, Pittsburgh, PA

Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY


Chatham College, Pittsburgh, PA

University of Pittsburgh, Art History Department, Pittsburgh, PA


University of Denver, Denver, CO

Chatham College, Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA


Chatham College, Pittsburgh, PA


School of Art, Visiting Lecture Series: Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA


Tyler School of Art Abroad, Rome, Italy


Rhode Island School of Design, Rome, Italy


Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia, PA


Rutgers State University, Camden, NJ

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

Public and Private Collections

Owen Cantor, Pittsburgh, PA
John Hanes, Davis, CA
Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, PA
Nancy E. Laskin, Milwaukee, WI
Peter Lausen, Pittsburgh, PA
Joel and Tova Tarr, Pittsburgh, PA
Nathaniel Liebermann, Boulder, CO
Richard L. Nelson Gallery, University of California, Davis
Mannesmann DeMag Corporation, Dusseldorf, Germany
Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY

Professional Affiliations and Community Service

Board of Directors, Institute for Ecological Innovation
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs-Academic Program Review Team Member
Member of the Board of Directors, Nine Mile Run Watershed Association, Pittsburgh
Evaluator for Emerging Fields Fellowships, Creative Capital, New York, NY
Panelist for Emerging Fields Fellowships, Creative Capital, New York, NY
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Creative Achievement Awards Selection Committee (Chair)
Advisory Board for Early Childhood project, Pittsburgh Children’s Museum
Focus Group for “Individual Artists Services,” Heinz Endowments, Pittsburgh, PA
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Creative Achievement Awards Selection Panelist, Pittsburgh, PA
Focus Groups and Public Workshops for “South Side Works/Public Art Project,” a project coordinated by the Urban Redevelopment Authority, Pittsburgh, PA
Technical Advisory board member, Pennsylvania Resources Council, Pittsburgh, PA
Public Art Conference, sponsored by the Three Rivers Arts Festival, several working group meetings on the issue of Art in the Community, Pittsburgh, PA
Landscape & Environmental Art Program, joint effort by the Southwestern PA Heritage Preservation Commission, Johnstown, PA and the Pennsylvania Rural Arts Alliance
Board of Directors, Brew House Association, Inc., (founding member 1991, Vice President 1992-93, President 1993-98) a non-profit arts organization, Pittsburgh, PA
Member, College Art Association, New York, NY
Advisor to Exhibition Committee, Painted Bride Art Center, Philadelphia, PA

Selected Bibliography


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Thomas, M. “These artists can do — and teach,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 21, 2018,


O’Driscoll, B. Homecoming: Artists and Adaptation at the Brew House Association,” Pittsburgh CityPaper, September 13,

Thomas, M. “ BREW HOUSE: Art still bubbling at old brewery,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 04, 2017,

____________. Re-opened Brew House art space gets gallery hours,” Pittsburgh CityPaper, August 17,


Boyce Simms, Pamela. “Work Smart and Beware the Wolf”. Grassroots Economic Organizing, Pittsburgh Resilience & Relocation Efforts.

“Restoring the Living Waters of Larimer,” Issuu.Inc, August 31, 2016, retrieved from

Mabuchi, M., Bonelli, K., Ruud, N. (eds) The Great California Art Movement: UC Davis Fine Art Alumni Exhibition: 1960-1990, 2016, John Natsoulas Press: Davis, California.


Mendelson, A. “The Living Waters of Larimer turn a neighborhood nuisance into a precious resource,” Pittsburgh CityPaper, December 9, 2015,

“Living Waters of Larimer: A Fresh Infrastructure,” CODAWORX, 2015,

“Living Waters of Larimer,” evolveEA, 2015,

Nelson, D. “Development Project Uses Art to Control Water Flow in Larimer,” Pittsburgh Post Gazette, January 26, 2015,


“Living Waters of Larimer WESA Interview,” Kingsley Association, November 20, 2014,


Nelson Jones, D. “Walkabout: Untapped potential of Larimer’s water is now on display,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 13, 2012,


King, E. “Artists & Environmental Change: The Elusive Power of Contemporary Art,” Artes Magazine, October 14, 2011,

Moyer, T., and Glenn Harper. The New Earthwork: Art, Action, Agency. Hamilton, NJ : Seattle, WA: ISC Press ; Distributed by University of Washington Press, 2011.


“Ecoplasties”, Nathalie Blanc and Julie Ramos, Manuella Editions 49, rue de Turenne 75003 Paris – France, 2010


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Kalson, S. “More city buildings cultivate savings by covering roofs with plants,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 19, 2009,


Johannes Tomm. “Strukturwandel durch Kultur”, Cultural Department of the Prime Minister’s Office, Bremen, December

Plummer, Joseph. “Rooftops Sprout Over Pittsburgh”,, October

O’Driscoll, Bill. “Dreaming Roofs”, Pittsburgh City Paper, 7/30-8/06, p.10

Thomas, M. “Mattress Factory’s ‘Meet the Made’ has people behaving like androids,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, August 4, 2008,

McCaffery, K. “Trailside art on the South Side,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 25, 2008,


Sloss, Eric. “For Bingham, It’s What’s On top That Counts”, interview in The Piper, Carnegie Mellon official news, June.

Brennan, Lissa. “The Warhol looks at global warming with 6 Billion Perps Held Hostage!” Pittsburgh City Paper, May 24.

Pasternak, Anne. “Creative Time, the book: 33 years of public art in New York City”, preface by Lucy Lippard et al, Princeton Architectural Press, New York, NY.

Thomas, Mary. “Climate is right for Warhol’s global warming exhibition”, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, On the Arts, Section F, Sunday, June 10.

Templeton, D. “CMU’s solar house a glimpse of the future,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 22, 2007,

McNulty, T. “Art Preview: ‘6 BILLION PERPS’ illustrates dangers of climate change,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 8, 2007,


Clark, Justin. “Art Farms”, Plenty, Oct/Nov.

McCarthy, Kevin. “County’s green space dwindling.” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Nov 22.


Young, T. “Art Review: ‘Small Acts’ title belies artists’ big ideas,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 27, 2005,

Grossi, Adam. “Hidden Woulds”, Pittsburgh City Paper, Issue 40, P.45, October 5.

Gerson, Bruce. “Student Research Blossoms Into Living Roof on Hamerschlag Hall”, Carnegie Mellon Today, Vol.2 No.3, Nov.

Tinsley, M. “Phase I of Nine Mile Run restoration project finished,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 15, 2005,

Osher, D. “Green roofs save energy, cut pollution and look good,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, August 6, 2005,


Bauer, Mary. “Art of a New Nature: CAC’s Ecovention Highlights 40 projects that transformed Ecologies throughout the World.” Cincinnati Enquirer, June 27.

Brauer, Kate. “Environmentally Friendly and Fun.” Cincinnati City Beat, vol 8:28, May 30-June 5.

Malloy, Judy (editor). “South Side Radio – Bob Bingham’s Audio Public Art Project Features the Residents of Pittsburgh’s South Side.” Arts Wire CURRENT, vol11:31.

Potter, Chris. “South Side Sound Salvation.” Pittsburgh City Paper, May 22-29, pp. 8.

Spaid, Sue. “Ecovention, Current Art to Transform Ecologies.”; Cincinnati OH: Contemporary Art Center;

Wilson, Stephen. “Information Arts: Instersections of Art, Science and Technology.” Boston: MIT Press, pp. 137-8, ill.


“From Moonscape to Greenscape at Nine Mile Run, One of the Worst Brownfield Sites is becoming an Urban Treasure.” The Magazine of the Heinz Endowments, vol. 1:1, Fall: pp4-17, ill.

Nathanson, Jeff. “Finding Common Ground: Art and Planning.” Sculpture, September, vol.20:7, pp. 30-37, ill.

Wilson, Ellen. “Photos give insight into artistic process.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 1: D 1&4, ill.


Bennett, Sarah and John Butler, eds. “Advances in Art & Urban Futures Volume 1: Locality Regeneration & Divedrs[c]ities. Bristol (UK): Intellect Books, pp. 59-69, ill.

Curran, Ann. “Drama Finds a Home; Art Exhibition Space Expands.” Carnegie Mellon Magazine, vol 19:no. 1:15-17.

Isenberg, Robert. “Auto/visual/indi/visible (review).” In Pittsburgh Newsweekly, May 31-June 5: 25.

Shearing, Graham, “Ringing in Changes.” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, May G1: 5, ill.

“Transforming Nine Mile Run.” Pittsburgh, PA: STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Interactive final report CD ROM.

Thomas, Mary. “CMU’s full-time art faculty score with edgy show.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 27: C-9, ill.

“T835: Saftey, Health and Envirnmental Management”, BBC for the Open University series, BBC Video, London (UK).

Winn, Alice. “Faculty Meeting/Those that teach, show.” Pittsburgh City Paper, June 14-21: 40.


Dlugos, Kathleen. “On View: Pittsburgh.” New Art Examiner, vol 27 no 4, Dec/Jan 2000, pp. 44-45, ill.

Barnes, Tom. “Mountain to reach new heights.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 10:C1,5.

Griffiths, John and Kemp, Penny. Quaking Houses/Art Science and The Community a collaborative approach to water pollution. England: Jon Carpenter Publishing, ill.

“Pittsburgh artists exhibit new model for brownfield reclamation.” Trust News, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Vol. 5, Spring, ill.

Shearing, Graham. “Art in the environment.” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Ticket, July 15:31 ill.

Thomas, Mary. “Valley of indecision.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Summer Times, May 21.

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————. “Team helping nature ‘restore itself.’” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, July 10:C1,4 ill.

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Ample Opportunity: A Community Dialogue, Final Report sponsored by the Heinz Endowments, produced by the Nine Mile Run Greenway Project, STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University, soft cover, 300 pages, ill.

Casey, Kelly. “Arts center opts for mild, not wild.” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, August 11:B5.

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Lowry, Patricia. “Signs of decay/Shadyside’s Mellon Park cracks, crumbles and creeps toward ruin.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 7:E1-2 ill.

Hopey, Don. “Groups, individual honored for enviro. work.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 27.

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Romero, Margie. “What’s Your Favorite Public Art?” In Pittsburgh, August 19:17 ill.

South Side, video documentary directed/narrated by Rick Sebak, produced by WQED PITTSBURGH, Pittsburgh, 90 mins.

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Venkatasubban, S. “Trips redefine class experience.” The Tartan, Carnegie Mellon University, February 23:L1-7 ill.

Kormendi, Katherine. “Ecological Art, Reclamations”, Talking Leaves, Summer/Fall,     Volume 8 Number 3, Art and Ecology


Hopey, Don. “CMU artists pushing greenway along infamous Nine Mile Run.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 23:B8.

Living Together, (two volumes: Exhibition and Lecture Meeting Notes and Exhibit Catalog) Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Aichi Arts Center, ill.

Potter, Chris. “Drama Brewing.” In Pittsburgh Newsweekly, cover story, Vol. 13, No. 666: July 30:12-15 ill.

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Voas, Sharon. “Life On a Slag Heap.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Science & Environment, Sept 1:A1,15 ill.

Tipping, Emily. “New life for city slag pile.” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Allegheny Sunday section, August 17:A1,4 ill.


Connelly, Brian. “Nine Mile Run project wins grant.” FOCUS, Carnegie Mellon University, December:1-8 ill.

Hopey, Don. “Strategic initiative.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 4:B2.

Rotstein, Gary. “City looks to develop Duquesne Brewery.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 5:C2.

Thomas, Mary. “The challenge: See a play in a new way, become part of it.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Art Review, August 31:F7 ill.


“Artists continue working to renovate former brewery site.” The South Pittsburgh Reporter, Vol. 55 No. 26, February 14:1.

Between. Meadville: Bowman, Penelec & Megahan Galleries, essay by Robert Raczka, ill.

Clark, Vicky. “Between.” New Art Examiner, Summer:50-51.

Rotstein, Gary. “Brew House plans bottled up.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 15:B1,5 ill.

“While dispute rages, artists proceed with renovations.” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Allegheny Sunday section, July 23:A3.


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Casey, Kelly. “Conflict brewing at city art center.” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Allegheny Sunday section, March 6:A2 ill.

Decker, Jonathan. “Adopting Aliquippa, Art as Economic Development Engine.” In Pittsburgh, July 28-August 3:5 ill.

Miller, Donald. “Biennial Spotlight.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 4:1-2E ill.

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Loeffler, William. “Artistic differences.” Pittsburgh City Paper, August 25-31:3.

Metal, Pittsburgh: Mannesmann Demag Corporation, ill.

O’Neill, Brian. “Showdown brewing on the South Side.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sunday Magazine (cover story), May 2:16-19 ill.

Rosenblum, Charles. “Bob Bingham’s Indigenous Sculpture,” In Pittsburgh, June 3-9:24 ill.

Sculpture at the Point, Pittsburgh: Three Rivers Arts Festival, essays by Jeanne Pearlman, Eleanor Heartney, ill.


Gardner, Patricia. “Boundaries: A Discussion,” ARIS, Journal of the Carnegie Mellon Department of Architecture, Volume 1:14-25 ill.

Lewis, Royal. “The Persian Gulf Bowl, Chatham College Art Gallery,” In Pittsburgh, April 21-27:25 ill.

Miller, Donald. “Politics With a Cutting Edge, Chatham College Art Gallery,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 4:10 ill.

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Sanchez, Beverly. “This Installation Responds to Need of our Times.” The Phoenix, Feb:12 ill.

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Working In Brooklyn: Installations. Brooklyn Museum of Art. Essay by Charlotta Kotik, ill.


Ball, Edward. “Art at the Anchorage.” 7 Days New York, August 2:53-54 ill.

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