Our March gallery showcase features the detailed illustrations of Felipe Delfino. This exhibit contains illustrations of specimens collected from the East End.
Our April showcase features the work of Leah Patgorski, a Pittsburgh-based artist who creates objects and installations with textiles.
Join Carnegie Mellon's Center for Architecture Explorations and Pittsburgh's Architecture Learning Network to take part in an exploration of Pittsburgh neighborhoods and the people and spaces that define them.
Explore the awesome work of our Assemble Teachers! We welcome you to learn more about our Assemble team during this Unblurred showcase.
Join Assemble for a collaborative art project! Assemble merch and art for sale. Help us raise funds for the family of Antwon Rose through the Justice For Antwon Rose GoFundMe.
An event every day that begins at 9:00am, repeating until August 24, 2018
“A Familiar Place” is translation of the spaces a community can mutually acknowledge, remember and embrace. When we are approached with something recognizable, we are often faced with emotions that take us as viewers to a memorable space. The rendition of these themes are presented to create comfort through depictions of communal spaces and awaken ideas of nostalgia.
An event every day that begins at 9:30am, repeating until September 28, 2018
The App Expo 3G features sculptural and conceptual works by several local artists, technologists, and app enthusiasts. The work comes from a strategically crafted design challenge related to the development of tangible (non-screen) apps that help kids understand internet safety, responsibility, and the trappings of the digital reality.
The Divine Woman is a feminine unveiling of the emotions of postpartum through paintings in watercolors, dyes, acrylic paint and multimedia. Takara wants moms who have had children to connect, remember, and reconnect with emotions and memories.
An event every day that begins at 9:00am, repeating until November 30, 2018
The work in “The work in “Less Guts Than Most” is an exploration of the anxiety and body horror that comes with a chronic illness diagnosis. Using soft sculpture and printmaking, Lauren Bailey manipulates scientific illustration into nauseating patterns and intimate illustrations of her perception of the inner body’s workings. “Less Guts Than Most” investigates the body as temporary and the will behind survival.
An event every day that begins at 9:00am, repeating until January 25, 2019
Do you want to share your creativity with us? Join us as we celebrate local artists and makers in the Bloomfield, Garfield, Friendship, and East Liberty neighborhoods.
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