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Three Artists Routing Sales Proceeds to 1Hood Media & Bukit Bail Fund

A trio of Carnegie Mellon students are raising money for causes aligned with the Black community. 100% of proceeds go to Pittsburgh organizations.

by Jessa Gibboney
June 18, 2020

Artists Shori Sims, Ester Petukhova and Steven Montinar — all currently enrolled at Carnegie Mellon University — are making their artwork available for purchase in exchange for a donation to 1Hood Media or the Bukit Bail Fund. A variety of mediums are offered from drawings to zines.

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Here is how it works: First, check out the artwork offerings. Then, email the artist of the piece you would like to place on hold. After contacting either Sims, Petukhova or Montinar, you can send a donation receipt with your shipping information.

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Header Image: “Food Cart” watercolor print; 7.75″ x 5.5″ matted // To Purchase, contact: [email protected]

Jessa is a writer and poet, but above all, a storyteller. Her blog houses poetry and essays on sustainable style, freelance and motherhood. Through her writing endeavors, she has worked with local and global brands such as Carnegie Museum of Art, TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh Opera, Cartier, Earth Brands and George Dickel Tennessee Whisky. Jessa lives in Pittsburgh with her husband, Ben, daughter, Louise and their pup, Opal. She wears the same rings every day, believes anything secondhand has a good story to tell and likes her whiskey straight up.

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