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Ian Brill's "Aggregate", LED Installation in the egress glass stairwell of the Bost Building in Homestead. Photo by Chris McGinnis First Friday, an internationally recognized event of art exhibitions and social networking is coming to 8th Avenue in Homestead Art exhibits, live music, craft beer, food and drink specials will be happening up and down the avenue. Ian Brill’s “Aggregate,” LED Installation in the egress glass stairwell of the Bost Building in Homestead. Photo by Chris McGinnis. “ Homestead First Fridays is part of a larger initiative at Rivers of Steel Arts called the Mon Valley Creative Corridor,” said Chris McGinnis, director and chief curator for Rivers of Steel Arts. “It aims to strengthen the economic…
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