August Wilson Center Presents
October 8th – March 24th
August Wilson Center
980 Liberty Avenue
Familiar Boundaries. Infinite Possibilities, a group exhibition of regional, national and international contemporary artists, draws from themes that question society’s obsession with tradition, policing, consumption and indulgence.
This exhibition in the galleries of the August Wilson Center provides the featured artists the opportunity to create spaces of joy, safety, healing and care for humanity and the environment.
City of Asylum will be hosting an artist workshop with Familiar Boundaries. Infinite Possibilities Lizania Cruz coming in 2019!
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Workshops Begin August 2018
Exhibition Opens March 2019
Call Ends May 2018
PITTSBURGH, PA – -LOGUE is a Pittsburgh-based organization that promotes cultural exchange through artistic translation.
Through a series of art workshops from August 2018 through March 2019, -LOGUE will build a diverse network of translators, artists, and storytellers to tell the story of Pittsburgh – a story that can’t be fully understood without crossing language barriers. The stories and artworks created will be displayed in a multimedia, multilingual exhibit in March 2019. This project will prompt multicultural dialogue and raise awareness of Pittsburgh’s linguistic diversity.
If English is not your home language, -LOGUE wants to help you tell your story. They are also looking for artists and native-fluency English translators interested in cultural exchange, who will collaborate with storytellers to create multimedia, cross-cultural art. Final artforms will be displayed in -LOGUE’s March 2019 multilingual exhibit.
For more information and a chance to share stories, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn More About Project -LOGUE
A Place Where We All Belong
This city owes its resilience to the spirit and creative energy of the people who have made Pittsburgh their home, built communities here, and contributed to our shared future.
At this critical time in our nation’s history, when many immigrants and refugees don’t feel welcome in this country, The Sprout Fund is launching Belonging, a new community art project to positively affirm the notion that we all belong.
Call for Art
All people living in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County are invited to submit original works of art that express the concept of “belonging.”
- Submissions due by Thursday, May 4, 2017 @ 7:00 pm ET
- All submissions must be rendered with a 1:1 aspect ratio
- Digital submissions are strongly preferred
A jury of art professionals will select 1 winning design to be reproduced as posters and yard signs and distributed throughout the region. The creator of the winning design will receive a $3,000 artist honorarium. 15 additional designs will be selected for inclusion on a “community voices” poster and receive $100 each.
See the complete details at belonging.art
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Blind Tiger: A Prohibition Era Spectacular!
October 29th 6:00-9:00 pm
It’s almost time for Future Tenant’s fall extravaganza!
Future Tenant’s space on 819 Penn Avenue will be transformed into a life-sized Art Deco exhibition that guests can explore. Live, authentic 1920’s style music by the renowned Ortner-Roberts Duo will fill the room as guests enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres.
Event activities include a mugshot-themed vintage photo booth and a silent auction of original artworks and cultural experiences. Guests are welcomed to dress up in 1920’s period attire to celebrate the Halloween season!
Admission is only $20! Tickets will be available at the door, but capacity is limited so we recommend pre-purchasing tickets online:
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Please RSVP to the event on Facebook and be sure to share it with your friends, family, colleagues, fellow artists, performers and arts appreciators!
See you on October 29th!
Friday, August 12, 2016
516 Sampsonia Way
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The second annual Allegheny West Art Show and Sale, in partnership with SMARTSolution Technologies and Allegheny West Civic Council, will be held at the Hipwell Building (829 W North Avenue) on June 24. There will be an opening reception from 6:30 to 10:00 pm. The show continues on June 25, from 12:00 to 5:00 pm.
For more information about submitting artwork to be shown please contact Dennis Bergevin at email@example.com. Entry forms and information can also be picked up at City Books at (908 Galveston Avenue) and K.S. Kennedy Floral & Gifts (848 Western Avenue).