When: Fri., April 27, 5:30-10 p.m., Fri., July 6, 5:30-10 p.m. and Fri., Sept. 21, 5:30-10 p.m.
A fine excuse to get outside (and then back inside) this time of year is tonight’s winter Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District, an evening-length Pittsburgh Cultural Trust showcase featuring dozens of exhibits and performances at Downtown venues. Wood Street Galleries opens two new audiovisual exhibits by Japanese-born artist Ryoichi Kurokawa: Sirens, a collection of pieces created with Novi_sad to explore the aesthetics of data from global financial markets, and [unfold], an interpretation of a star formation. Three new exhibits open at the August Wilson Center, including a showcase by global fashion initiative Idia’Dega. Elsewhere, check out the crafters and food vendors of The Night Market; interactive hip-hop experience Track Meet; local short films at the Harris Theater; improv at Arcade Comedy Theater; live music (capped by a ticketed Crawl After Dark concert with jazz/soul vocalist Chantae Cann); and much more.