Upcoming exhibitions

The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh hosts a variety of exhibitions throughout the region. 


 
 Installation view. 105th Annual Exhibition, Carnegie Museum of Art, 2016

Installation view. 105th Annual Exhibition, Carnegie Museum of Art, 2016

OBJECT/OGGETTO

AAP will be bringing the fall 2018 exhibition recently featured at Red Brick Gallery to Gallery One Collective Works in the Bloomfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The exhibition features the work of Fabrizio Gerbino, Ben Schonberger, and Imin Yeh, and it is curated by Graham Shearing. To learn more about the exhibition at Red Brick Gallery, click here.

AAP MEMBER EXHIBITION

The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh will be having an exhibition at Point Park’s Tomayko Gallery in April 2019. The Juror and Curator are TBD. More details to come soon. Submission guidelines and instructions will be made accessible on the website and sent to member emails as soon as it is available.

2019 EMERGING CURATOR EXHIBITION

Associated Artists of Pittsburgh’s new Emerging Curator Program will conclude with the opening of the Emerging Curator Exhibition at Gallery One | Collective Works in May 2019. More information to follow.

2019 NEW MEMBER EXHIBITION

The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh will be holding an exhibition of newly accepted members at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. May 11th-June 30th, 2019. Submission guidelines and instructions will be made accessible on the website and sent to member emails as soon as it is available.

AAP MEMBER EXHIBITION

The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh will be holding a member show in one of Pittsburgh’s unique gallery spaces, The Union Hall, located directly above Bar Marco in the Strip District. The show will take place in June 2019, and the Juror and Curator are TBD. More information to follow. Submission guidelines and instructions will be made accessible on the website and sent to member emails as soon as it is available.

AAP MEMBER EXHIBITION (A)

The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh will be working with the Touchstone Center for Crafts to host two exhibitions simultaneously during the summer of 2019. The Touchstone Center for Crafts is located in Farmington PA. This first exhibition will be juried and curated by Lindsay Ketterer Gates, and Travis Winters who also serves as the director of the Touchstone Center for Crafts. Submission guidelines and instructions will be made accessible on the website and sent to member emails as soon as it is available.

AAP MEMBER EXHIBITION (B)

The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh will be working with the Touchstone Center for Crafts to host two exhibitions simultaneously during the summer of 2019. The Touchstone Center for Crafts is located in Farmington PA. This first exhibition will be juried and curated by Lindsay Ketterer Gates, and Travis Winters who also serves as the director of the Touchstone Center for Crafts. Submission guidelines and instructions will be made accessible on the website and sent to member emails as soon as it is available.

107th Annual Exhibition

The 107th Annual Exhibition will be held at The Westmoreland Museum of American Art from October 26, 2019 to January 19, 2020. More details to follow.

AAP MEMBER EXHIBITION

The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh will kick off 2020 with a member exhibition at Kipp Gallery, which is located at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Exhibition dates are Jan. 21-Feb. 14th, 2020. More information to follow.

AAP MEMBER EXHIBITION

The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh is excited to work with the Brewhouse Association in the Southside neighborhood of Pittsburgh to host a member exhibition in their gallery during April 2020. Juror and Curator TBD. More details to come.

2020 EMERGING CURATOR EXHIBITION

Associated Artists of Pittsburgh’s Emerging Curator Program will conclude with the opening of the Emerging Curator Exhibition at Gallery One | Collective Works in May 2020. More information to come.

AAP ROTATION @ TOMAYKO GALLERY

The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh is hosting an on-going, rotating exhibition of members at Point Park’s Tomayko Gallery.