You can put your finger on a map and trace it down the Ohio River. From Steubenville to Paducah, it’s nearly a thousand miles, an artery pumping through the heart of America.
Cantini, who was a vital part of Pittsburgh's public art scene in the twentieth century, believed art should be free and available to everyone.
On the walls of a Pittsburgh-area church, twenty-five scenes of God, war, justice, family.
The work of public memory is not only about the past, but about a shared vision for the future.