RADical Days is an annual thank you to the public with free admission, tours, performances, and family activities offered by the organizations and attractions that are funded by RAD.
A Note About RADical Days 2020
As with everything in 2020, RADical Days looks a little different this year.
In order to provide the most opportunity while also following health and safety guidelines, most of our RADical Days events are virtual, with a sprinkling of free, in-person events that can be done safely. We know these past few months have been difficult and we are especially grateful to you - Allegheny County taxpayers - whose support has been critical to our regional assets in these trying times. They have been hard at work reimagining and crafting new ways to engage with you and we are delighted at their creativity and innovation.
Now more than ever, we all need the connection that comes from art, culture, and community. While it may look and feel a little different this year, we are making lemonade out of lemons and we hope you'll join us for RADical Days Fall 2020 with a spirit of adventure and generosity. We are all in this together.
RADical Days @ Cooper-Siegel Community Library
Storywalk: We're Going on a Leaf Hunt in the Welcome Garden
Starting September 14th - October 31st, go on a StoryWalk in our Welcome Garden featuring Steve Meltzer and Miki Sakamoto's book: We're Going on a Leaf Hunt. No registration necessary, enjoy the book and the nature of our Welcome Garden during daylight hours unless there is another program happening in the Welcome Garden*. Please wear masks (unless children are 2 or under) and stay at least 6 feet from other families while you enjoy this outside book adventure. For ages birth - 8 and their families.
RADical Days @ North Hills Art Center - Take Home Project
Take part in North Hills Art Center's Community Garden Art Experience!
RADical Days @ Silver Eye Center for Photography
Silver Eye will be exhibiting two shows with in-person tours by appointment only.
RADical Days @ August Wilson African American Cultural Center
Like the Shape of Clouds on Water
Visit the August Wilson African American Cultural Center for its latest exhibition. This exhibit will also be available to view online.