current exhibitions

 
 Mandy Kendall,   The World Below  (In Infrared) #9, Archival Inkjet Print (Infrared Photograph), 12 x 18 Print, 18 x 24 Framed, $350.

Mandy Kendall,  The World Below (In Infrared) #9, Archival Inkjet Print (Infrared Photograph), 12 x 18 Print, 18 x 24 Framed, $350.

2018 New member exhibition

August 4 – 21, 2018
Butler Street Lofts, Pittsburgh, PA
Juried & Curated by Eowyn Mays, National Gallery of Art.

The exhibition features the work of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh's 2018 new members. Curated byEowyn Mays of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the exhibition is held at the Butler Street Lofts in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The 2018 new members are Jessica Alpern Brown, Erin Bechtold, John Belue, Heather Brand, Robert Buncher, Tana Cadena-Vuignier, Sean Carroll, Dennis Childers, Nicole Czapinski, Fabrizio Gerbino, Gil Gorski, Jon Hall, Henry Hallett, Joshua Hogan, Christine Holtz, Sarah Jacobs, Natiq Jalil, Elzbieta Kazmierczak, Mandy Kendall, Alexandra Lakin, Kristen Letts Kovak, Adam Linn, Katie McMurtry, Maura O'Connor, Susan Palmisano, Tracey Parker, Paul Peng, Joseph Ryznar, Liz Sabol, Lauren Scavo, Miriam Scigliano, Nick Silvis, Henry Simonds, Marc Snyder, Bernard Stote, Brenda Stumpf, Su Su, Karly Takach, Ian Thomas, Mike Weber, Suzanne Werder, Bernie Wilke, Travis Winters, and Terri Wolfe Izzo. 


 

 

 

 

AAP @ PPU

August 31 – October 19, 2018
Tomayko Gallery, Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA
Juried & Curated by Jeff Jarzynka.

 

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2014 AAP Logo-1.png

Art on the walls: mayor's office

Ongoing
Office of the Mayor, City-County Building
414 Grant St, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh has partnered with the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council’s Art on the Walls program for this multi-year exhibition project in the administrative offices and chambers of the Mayor's Office in the City County Building. The work in this rotating installation explores the theme of Pittsburgh: AAP invites all members to submit artworks for consideration that address the theme of Pittsburgh: the people, places, and sentiments that make the city special and distinct.

 

Upcoming exhibitions

 
 

Past exhibitions

 
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Annual exhibition

The Annual Exhibition is one of AAP's most treasured and well-known traditions. The first Annual was held in 1910 at the Grand Opera House in downtown Pittsburgh. Autumn 2018 will mark the 106th iteration of the Annual Exhibition. More information about dates, location, and juror for the 106th Annual will be released shortly.