The Re:NEW festival kicked off Friday night with a lively party in the Wintergarden at PPG Place celebrating the monthlong display of recycled art throughout the city. To get a big, impressive dose, spend some time in the glass-walled Wintergarden and see the clever and arresting Drap-Art—a portrait from egg cartons, a metal chair made of bottle tops, a reassembled typewriter—that is part of the international festival of recycled art. If you’re like us, you’ll walk away feeling renewed. We captured some highlights here. To find out what’s going on this week at the Re:NEW Festival, check out our preview here.
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