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Small Mall presents short artists talks from some of Pittsburgh's favorite artists in our Tiny Talk series

During COVID-19, Small Mall continues to bringing you quality arts programming through the self-quarantines and stay-at-home orders. Our Tiny Talks series will come to your home with our Living Room Edition until we can all see each other again. 

We host these talks through Zoom, a video conference platform that can host multiple users within one chat together. A Small Mall staff member moderates the conversation with the featured artist. Participants have the opportunity to ask their own questions during these talks as well. All Zoom events are private. We sell the event links as digital products and the link will be in a pdf for you to download after purchasing.

Living Room Edition events are pay-what-you-can, between $5-20 to sign up. Proceeds go to Small Mall staff and the artists to help them through this crisis. 

Tickets are available for purchase at the bottom of this webpage. Please contact Eriko at eriko@smallmallpgh.com if you have any problems with purchasing your tickets or accessing your link.

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Tiny Talk: Living Room Editions with Dinner Bell Mag

Thursday, August 12

6pm

We're coming back from our summer break with a Tiny Talk with Dinner Bell Mag! Join us and Casey Droege Cultural Productions for an experimental talk and workshop

Cost of attendance is $5-20 sliding scale. Ticket purchase is required to receive the Zoom link. Your link will be in the PDF file that's connected to this event, please proceed to download the digital item once you checkout. If you're having trouble accessing your link, email Eriko at eriko@caseydroege.com.

More about Dinner Bell Mag:

Dinner Bell Magazine is a (weird) food writing publication. It serves as a creative space for anyone to experiment with how they write about food. Dinner Bell Mag uses the theme of food loosely, acknowledging that stories about food are perhaps not about food at all. They publish stories about food that exist outside of the traditional food writing framework. 

 

Dinner Bell Mag strives to highlight work from BIPOC, queer, emerging, and rural contributors. They are an organization founded by white queer people, and operate with anti-racist values. They believe that writing about food can be an expansive, inclusive, and ultimately therapeutic practice.