P.R.I.D.E. Pop Up Mini Art Festivals 2019

JUly 20, East liberty
August 24, Homewood
September 14, Hill District


Africana Art

Interactive stations carefully designed by artists and educators to help children develop positive racial identity

Music & Dance

With live music, drumming, and dancing, you can immerse children in Africana arts and culture

Free Food

Grab a bite and cool off with free food and drinks in between activities

take it home

P.R.I.D.E. will provide take-home activities for families to keep the fun and learning going after the festival

Pop Up Activities

Helping Children Experience
Africana Art and Culture


JUly 20

August 24

September 14

East liberty


Hill District

Kingsley Association
6435 Frankstown Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Noon to 4 pm

Homewood-Brushtown YMCA
7140 Bennett St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15208

Noon to 4 pm

Hug Me Tight
(Parking Lot)
1801 Centre Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Noon to 4 pm

Spread the Word

About the Festival

About the Pop Ups

At the P.R.I.D.E. Pop Up Mini Art Festivals, artists and educators engage young children (3 to 8) and their families in hands-on activities to teach children about their race and culture and build their positive racial identity. The free festivals are held in the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of East Liberty, Homewood, and the Hill District each summer.


Contact Medina Jackson, Director of Enagement
mjackson@pitt.edu | 412.383.7019

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