Assemble is a 501(c)3 nonprofit located in Garfield, a neighborhood in Pittsburgh’s East End. We are dedicated to providing an on-ramp to Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) in the community.

We offer daily educational programs to youth throughout Pittsburgh, both in our 4824 Penn Avenue space and at local schools and community centers. Our programs provide a platform for experiential learning, open creative processes, and building confidence through making. Read more about us here!

September’s First Friday

Join us for an opening reception of artist, DÏ’s first-ever solo show!  New Divination takes the guise of a 21st-century, agnostic spiritualist, utilizing ancient theological methods and ideas in order to facilitate the possibility of a calmer, safer future for the earth, or at least a better realization of how anxiety, confusion, and hope all intersect. 

Get Involved!

Always wanted to become an Assembler? Now’s your chance! We’re growing to better serve our community and team. Teachers, Interns, Assistants and Director positions are all available!

Assemble Afterschool

Calling all after-school artists, budding engineers, and young makers! Assemble Afterschool is a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math) program that gives kids of all ages a space to learn through making, test out wild ideas, and build a better future. Our Fall programs start September 3rd!