ArtWalk on the Allegheny is a sweeping vision to bring immersive artwork and engaging programming to the riverfronts along two miles of the Allegheny between Point State Park and the Strip District.
Commissioned public artwork of varying scales is being implemented in public spaces along this section of the Allegheny to create a riverfront “artwalk” experience, beginning with a western gateway under the Fort Duquesne Bridge from Point State Park.
Over the coming years, additional destinations and activations will be added to create an engaging, welcoming riverfront experience to draw more pedestrians, cyclists, and other visitors to Pittsburgh’s world-class riverfronts.
Learn more about the artworks that make up the ArtWalk below.
Explore the Pieces in Artwalk on the Allegheny
Learn about the pieces
Invisible Ecologies is an art installation by Future Green Studio that seeks to reveal the latent potential for human, plant, and wildlife interaction within the constructed urban environment.
“Black Flowers” is a mural by artist Camerin “Camo” Nesbit that showcases “vibrant, colorful portraits of local Black faces of excellence, greatness and inspiration, with additional elements from the natural world.”
“The Gathering” is a new sculpture by the Pittsburgh-based artist Dan Droz. The sculpture is located at the entrance to the Heritage Trail at 15th Street and Waterfront in Pittsburgh’s Strip District.
ArtWalk on the Allegheny received a RADical ImPAct Grant from the Allegheny Regional Asset District (RAD).