OBJECT/OGGETTO

October 5–November 11, 2018
Red Brick Gallery
17 Main Street, Foxburg, PA
Juried & Curated by Graham Shearing

From October 5–November 11, 2018, Associated Artists of Pittsburgh (AAP) in partnership with the Allegheny RiverStone Center for the Arts (ARCA) presents Object/Ogetto, an exhibition examining the interpretation and re-presentation of the object in contemporary art. The exhibition features the work of AAP members Fabrizio Gerbino, Ben Schonberger, and Imin Yeh.

The end

october 4 - 27, 2018
Framehouse & jask Gallery, pittsburgh, pa

The End is an Associated Artists of Pittsburgh exhibition featuring artworks that reflects on ideas of when something ends, stops, or ceases to exist. The AAP artists featured in the exhibition are John Belue, Zachary Brown, Kathleen Kase Burk, Seth Clark, Tyler Gaston, Gil Gorski, Seth LeDonne, Adam Linn, Tracey Parker, Aaron Regal, David Stanger, Su Su, Zachariah Szabo, William D. Wade, and Lauren Wilcox. The opening reception is Thursday, October 4th from 7pm to 9:30pm, and the show runs through Saturday, October 27th.

FrameHouse & Jask hours are Tuesdays–Fridays, 11am–7pm and Saturdays 10am–4pm.

BFA PHOTOGRAPHY FACULTY EXHIBITION

August 21 - October 25, 2018
Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence hall, Point Park University
201 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Juried and curated by Jeff jarzynka

Reception: Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 6-8pm

Featuring work by  Karen Antonelli, Aaron Blum, April Friges,  Hannah Harley, Christine M Lorenz, Ben Schonberger, Jessica Steigerwald, and Zachariah Szabo.

2018 New Member Exhibition

August 4 - 19, 2018
Butler Street Lofts, Pittsburgh, PA
Juried & Curated by Eowyn Mays, National Gallery of Art.

The 2018 New Member Exhibition features the work of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh newest members. The exhibition, presented at the Butler Street Lofts, is curated by Eowyn Mays of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. The artists 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. 

The exhibition runs August 4th – 19th. It is open to the public, and admission is free. Gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday, 11am-4pm, as well as by appointment. Please email or call AAP for an appointment. 

AAP exhibitions are supported in part by AAP members, individual donors, The Heinz Endowments, The Pittsburgh Foundation, Opportunity Fund, Jack Buncher Foundation, Allegheny Regional Asset District, The Buhl Foundation, S Kent Rockwell Foundation, and Irving and Aaronel deRoy Gruber Charitable Foundation.

by means of play

April 18 - May 20, 2018
Gallery One, 4106 Howley Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15224

By Means of Play is an exhibition juried and curated by Emma Vescio that explorse celebratory and vibrant art and artmaking as practices of self-care, expressions of joy, and political engagement. The exhibition features both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works that highlight intimate, joyful, and passionate moments. 

I See You

April 2 - May 4, 2018
Tomayko Gallery, Lawrence Hall, Point Park University

I See You, curated by Jen Melvin, features a range of contemporary portraiture from five members of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh. Unlike traditional portraiture, these works do not aim to portray their subjects realistically. Instead, these works depict their subjects in emotional atmospheres that implore the viewer to explore the stories behind them. Featured artists are Peggi Habets, Annie Heisey, Kenneth Nicholson, Marian Phillips, and Paige Tibbe.