Start your weekends this summer with free, creative outdoor yoga classes with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust! These accessible and adaptable flow classes in the heart of Pittsburgh’s Cultural District are taught by local yoga and mindfulness instructors. Bring your own mat, sunscreen, water bottles and come ready to move and breathe together. Water is available at the Water Cube, just steps away from the Backyard Stage. Plan to stay after class for all that the Backyard has to offer, including food trucks, libations, music and more.
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Participation is free, but advance registration and liability waiver completion is required:
Supply and Demand by artist Ian Brill, is an interstitial navigation between beauty, the sublime, and the picturesque. It is a collection of performative, light, and sound installations. These programmatic, site-specific works are the negotiated balance between a consistent set of rules, an evolving, symbolic language, and preexisting constraints. Pittsburgh resident Ian Brill’s work focuses on the accumulation of form through process. Through the creation of interactive, performative, and multi-sensorial environments, Brill considers boundaries of becoming, versus being, and our immersive relationship with technology.
Your new next door neighbor, the summer arts park is here in your Backyard at 8th & Penn, open Tuesday-Sunday from 11am-9pm! Enjoy free live performances, dance nights, local food trucks and more as you swing through the season!
For free family fun in the Cultural District, the Backyard at 8th & Penn is the place to be this summer! We’re kicking off July with the Backyard offerings below, but you can always stay up to date and find out more at TrustArts.org/Backyard.