Preview of PYROTOPIA, Pittsburgh's first-ever festival of fire and electrical arts!
Saturday, April 28, 2012
The Historic Pump House in the Homestead Waterfront
Kids' activities: Noon-5pm
Main event: 8pm-midnight
See fire spinners and hoopers, a six-foot tall Tesla coil, interactive fire games, EL-wire art, live demonstrations of fire-related arts (including metal casting and glasswork), and more!
KIDS' ACTIVITIES led by the Carnegie Science Center and Children's Museum of Pittsburgh: make Black Light Bubble Art and LED Lanterns, and learn how fireworks get their color.
PLUS, dazzling ground-effect fireworks by Pyrotecnico.
All events are FREE and open to the public.
Major funding for Pyrotopia is provided by a Seed Award from the Sprout Fund and a Small Arts Initiative grant from the Heinz Endowments. Funding from the Grable Foundation will support daytime educational and DIY arts programming for children, family-oriented activities and promotion geared to bring families to the event.
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