Artists help us tell the Pittsburgh Food Day story



The Sunday Supper event helps tell the story of our regional food systems by combining art and food through the work of musical, visual, and spoken word artists. 

Musical Acts

The KRUNK Movement 

The KRUNK Movement is a youth micro-enterprise designed as a production company.  Students use the elements of Hip-Hop to communicate messages to peers about mental and physical health while simultaneously learning the basics of the music business -- from creating to performing, live sound, tech setup, marketing, and all the in-betweens — with a strong focus towards how to be a professional artist in total control of their own economy.

Hill and Rivers

Isaac Hill is a Pittsburgh-based singer/songwriter and permaculturist. With his street folk family band The Hills and the Rivers he's toured through much of the USA, released one album and is releasing a second album called "Apocalyptic Dreams" on November 12. 

Spoken Word

Grits Capone

Corey Carrington better known as Grits Capone is an accomplished poet and visual artist from the Marshall-Shadeland neighborhood on the Northside of Pittsburgh, PA. He is a graduate of Slippery Rock University with a degree in Communications and Creative Writing. He has been published by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The NorthSide Chronicle, and The New People, covering social justice and community events. As Grits, he has performed at the August Wilson Center, The Shadow Lounge, and Wood Street Galleries. Carrington also enjoys teaching creative writing workshops to youth and working on art in his spare time.

Bilal Abbey

Bilal Abbey is a music artist from Pittsburgh PA. Growing up in two different house holds he was exposed to a great variety of quality music from Duke Ellington to Erykah Badu. His style is reminiscent of 90's hip-hop mixed with some Funk and R&B, and his content is spiritual, political, and carefree.

Visual Artists

Clara Kent

Clara Kent is a Singer-Songwriter and Visual artist from the Eastside of Pittsburgh. She is apart of a collective called Tribe Eternal Music Group, a family of creatives whose goal is to bring expressionism back to the hip hop scene. Her skills as a self-taught artist lead her to displaying art at Carnegie Museum of Art and Natural History, and live painting at events like Canvas of Words. She will be releasing a new series title "Mama Nature" for display and a music project titled AURA in the spring. For more information on Clara Kent, go to her website at

Juliandra Jones

Juliandra Jones Pittsburgh-based visual artist.