2018 Year End appeal

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Did you know that in 2018, Associated Artists of Pittsburgh organized 10 exhibitions of member work throughout the region? We also inaugurated our 9 Artists 9 Neighborhoods video series updated our website to feature both AAP organized and sponsored events and the exhibitions and projects of our members.

As you wrap up your year, we at Associated Artists of Pittsburgh ask for your support of our Member Programming Fund. The AAP Member Programming Fund directly supports AAP member exhibitions and event programming.

Please make a financial donation to AAP today. 

To help us achieve our goals, Associated Artists of Pittsburgh has set a year-end fundraising goal of $5,000. 

Will you help us reach our goal?
Any amount of financial support is welcome.

Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you at an AAP event in 2019.

 

Scroll down to read about AAP in 2018.

 
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2018: The year in review

 Artist Peggi Habets discusses her work in the AAP exhibition  I See You  held this past spring.

Artist Peggi Habets discusses her work in the AAP exhibition I See You held this past spring.

Exhibitions

In 2018, AAP organized ten exhibitions throughout the region. We exhibited over 380 works of art by regional artists. We held exhibitions in Lawrenceville, Southside, Bloomfield, downtown Pittsburgh, and more. We installed work by regional artists in the Office of the Mayor and out at the Pittsburgh Regional Airport. 

Our 2019 schedule is up, and we have 8 member exhibitions on the books for the year ahead. Support AAP in 2019 by donating today.

 
 2018 New Member Nation Jalil discussed the decision to become a full-time artist and the role AAP plays in his careerin Pittsburgh.

2018 New Member Nation Jalil discussed the decision to become a full-time artist and the role AAP plays in his careerin Pittsburgh.

9 Artists 9 neighborhoods

In 2018, Associated Artists of Pittsburgh also debuted the 9 Artists 9 Neighborhoods series. We partnered with Pittsburgh Community Television to produce a series of videos featuring AAP member artists in the spaces and places where they worked and called home.

The videos premiered online and on television, and, with your support, we hope to continue this series in 2019.

 
 Member Dee Briggs exhibition Briggs Boone Braddock as it was featured on the Member Happenings page of the AAP website.

Member Dee Briggs exhibition Briggs Boone Braddock as it was featured on the Member Happenings page of the AAP website.

website update

In July 2018, AAP relaunched our website. The update features current exhibitions, a list of recent previous exhibitions, our upcoming schedule of exhibitions, a member happenings section, and a list of artist opportunities. In 2019, we will debut a brand-new membership portal and database. Our members will be able to upload recent artwork, pay dues, and learn about AAP events. Our visitors will be able to search and browse our members through a much more robust platform.