2019 New Member Exhibition
May 11–June 30, 2019
Pittsburgh Center for Arts & Media
6300 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
Hours: Tues–Sat 10am–5pm and Sun 12pm–4pm.
Closed on Mondays.
Featuring the work of Karen Antonelli, Allison Blair, Cory Bonnet, Eric Charlton, Kevin Clancy, Thommy Conroy, Matthew Constant, Dennis Doyle, Dan Droz, Tara Fay, Kylie Ford, Adrienne Grafton, Hannah Harley, Megan Herwig, Christopher Hofmann, J Houston, Selena Hurst, Tressa Jones, Alyssa Kail, Ignacio Lopez, Karen Lue, Stephanie Martin, Paul Mullins, Brent Nakamoto, Njaimeh Njie, Joe Perry, Cassandra Pfaff, Justin Pope, Allan Rosenfield, John Sanders, Rachel Saul Rearick, Tyler Stanton, Sarah Tancred, and Annie Weidman.
The exhibition is curated by Transmitter Gallery. It is free & open to the public. For more information and programming, click on the button below.
RARE AS A WINTER RAINBOW
Closing Reception: June 7, 2019. 6-10pm
105th E 8th Ave, Homestead, PA 15120
Solo exhibition with work by Zachariah Szabo.
Zachariah Szabo is an artist and educator currently based in Pittsburgh, PA. A native of the midwest and a former competitive figure skater and dancer, his work explores personal identity, loss, reference and subculture through photography, video and mixed media. His work has been collected privately across the US and Europe. Szabo received his MFA in Photography from Cranbook Academy of Art in 2013.
Art on the walls: mayor's office
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.
Currently on display are the works of AAP members Robert Bowden, Alan Byrne, Fran Gialamas, Jon Hall, Yelena Lamm, Laurie Longnecker, William D. Pfahl, Miriam Scigliano, William D. Wade, and Terri Wolfe Izzo.