cityLIVE!

4 June 2012

We’re back!  Welcome to the cityLIVE Courtyard Series!

This summer we’ll be screening three great documentary films outdoors, in the courtyard of 947 Liberty Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh. The films include Please Vote for Me on July 13th, Gasland on July 19th, and The Pruitt-Igoe Myth on July 26th. Each of these films deal with themes of community engagement — and, in different ways, people who are challenged to make change in the places where they live.

As always, cityLIVE! is free and open to the public.

Be there or be square!

4 Comments:

  1. Robert Riefle said on

    What time do the films start?

  2. admin said on

    Hi Robert! Each of the films start at 8:30 PM.

  3. Laurie Mizrahi said on

    Do we need to bring our own folding chairs?

  4. admin said on

    Hi, Laurie!

    We have seating for about 70, which should be enough — though to make sure you get a seat, I might recommend showing up a couple of minutes early (and of course if you do bring your own chair, you are guaranteed a seat!). We are expecting an especially large crowd for our first screening on Friday that you RSVP-ed for because it will happen during the downtown art gallery walk — so plan accordingly.

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