Settles to lead the City as Living Laboratory/WALKS/Pittsburgh – Walking the Urban Wilderness

Natalie is invited to lead the Pittsburgh edition WALK along with ecologist Charles Bier and landscape architect Kara Smith. City as Living Laboratory/WALKS, a project begun by renowned artist Mary Miss, brings together artists, scientists and city leaders to cast a nuanced eye on the urban landscape as the participants walk through the environment. The

Opening + Artist’s Talk: Elder

You are invited to the opening of Natalie Settles’ newest large-scale public art commission. Elder is an architectural glasswork that forms the prow of the Hillcrest Residences in Pittsburgh, a project of the Community Builders. Join the Office of Public Art and The Community Builders to celebrate the opening of this new artwork, and to

Invitation to speak in the University of Pittsburgh Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series

Department of Biological Sciences, University of Pittsburgh Nov. 14, 2012, 12pm The University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Biological Sciences has invited the artist to speak about her work in the Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series. She has been based in the department in an independently initiated residency with an evolutionary biology laboratory. The talk will

Tapped to be Assistant Curator and Essayist for The Warhol’s Museum’s exhibition of artist-industry collaborations

Factory Direct, The Andy Warhol Museum, opening June 23, 2012 The Andy Warhol Museum has invited the artist to serve as Assistant Curator for the museum’s upcoming exhibition Factory Direct featuring collaborative works between national and international artists and Pittsburgh industries. She will also write the main essay for the exhibition catalogue. Eric Shiner, former curator

Marginal: A New Wall Drawing Environment

Friesen Galleries, Northwest Nazarene University, Nampa, ID, Oct. 28, 2011 – Jan. 27, 2012, The new wall drawing environment Marginal populates the gallery’s interstitial spaces with a wallpaper pattern by the Victorian designer and botanist, Dr. Christopher Dresser. The artist replaced parts of Dresser’s pattern with drawings of individual Arabidopsis thaliana plants – the first