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Assemble connects artists, technologists, and makers with curious adults and kids of all ages through interactive gallery shows, community talk backs, learning parties, and workshops focused on teaching STEAM principles (science, technology, engineering, art, and math). We host these activities at our space in Garfield’s Penn Avenue arts district and at events throughout Pittsburgh.


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On Saturday, November 15, 2014, Assemble’s Saturday Crafternoons program worked with local artist, J Malls (Jason Molyneaux), by learning about vinyl records and cover art inspired by Garfield native and Peabody alum, Mozelle Thompson. First, J Malls used his record player to explain the history of vinyl records and show the kids how vinyl technology […]

Hyperlocal Creations @ Saturday Crafternoons!

On Saturday, November 8, the Saturday Crafternoons program had participants create collages, paintings, 3D paper objects, and other crafts to be submitted to the Hyperlocal Art Show. We had a collage station, painting station, and drawing station where the kids could move freely within the space at any time to make a masterpiece. The collage […]

Kreepy Dolls with Daniel Baxter @Saturday Crafternoons!

This past Saturday Crafternoons was pretty kreepy as visiting artist Daniel Baxter, creator of the Kreepy Doll Factory, helped us create our very own Kreepy Dolls! The kids began by creating a preliminary sketch and bio of their doll, including a name, age, habitat, diet, and anything else they thought was interesting. After brainstorming, they chose […]