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Pittsburgh Latin American and Caribbean Film Series 412-687-1855
regular film screening of political films from Latin America and the Caribbean. email@example.com.
Artist Image Resource/Foreland Street Gallery (412) 321-8664
518 Foreland Street 15212 firstname.lastname@example.org Non profit arts resource specializing in printmaking. Open Studio Tuesdays 7pm to midnight. All the silk screening you can muster. 5 bucks per screen. Good stuff. Wednesday night youth studio (for teens specifally) same open studio prices apply. 5:00 to 9:00pm.
Emory Biko and his Museum of the African’s Experience in America 412-363-4646. Box 243, Pittsburgh, PA 15206 This museum you cannot walk into. Parts of it are scattered around the city, try the Homewood YMCA or the August Wilson Center. Biko is available for workshops infusing art and Black history for kids, adults and seniors.
Gist Street http://www.giststreet.org/ email@example.com The Gist Street readings are held monthly and feature local and national poets and writers. Socializing begins at 7:30pm and readings begin at 8:00. Sometimes there’s homemade ice cream.
Artist and Craftsman Supply 412-421-3002 Squirrel Hill at 5603 Hobart Street. Arguably the best store in the city for buying art supplies. Located in
The Brew House (412)381-7767 Artist-run exhibition and housing space on the Southside. 2100 Mary Street. www.brew-house.org
Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild 412.322.1773 www.manchesterguild.org.
A multi-cultural arts education and presenting organization that has been providing cultural activities to residents of Western Pennsylvania for the past twenty-nine years.
The basement of the Braddock Carnegie Library is a pottery studio that offers classes 412-351-5357
Dorothy 6 is a gallery in braddock curated by Laurie Mancuso.firstname.lastname@example.org
Art All Night Lawrenceville is one of Pittsburgh’s most popular and populist arts events. A n all night-long, free, volunteer-run, gallery where professional and amateur artists of all ages are invited to display and sell their work or perform live. email@example.com http://www.artallnight.com/
Pittsburgh Film Makers¬ –412-682-4111 for movie showtimes for The Harris, The Melwood Screening Room, and Regents Square Theatre. 412-682-5449 photo,film, and video school and resources. Year-long memberships to Filmmakers run about $250, which provides unlimited access to equipment and free rentals for video, film, photography, or digital media. www.pghfilmmakers.org
The Art of News is a satirical news program focusing on people and events in the Pittsburgh region. The show is designed to bring more attention to PCTV and the local, grassroots cultural scene.
Dr.Goddess – www.drgoddess.com—political performance spoken word
AWESOMENESS. If your not already a believer you better check this out.
Busk:Pittsburgh call 412.661.0676. ) firstname.lastname@example.org
http://www.buskpittsburgh.com is dedicated to educating the Pittsburgh region about issues of the first amendment and how street performance and expression can provide great entrepreneurial endeavors as well as enhance city streets. (get paid to busk
Skinny Building at the corner of Forbes Ave. and Wood St., Downtown is a project conceived to be a venue for art and announcements of upcoming events, performances, exhibits, etc. Contact the SkinnyBuilding at 412-606-5621 to participate in the project and explore opportunities in your particular area of interest. http://www.skinnybuilding.com
Bridge Spotters Collective –412-243-3039 P.O. Box 71184 Pittsburgh, Pa 15213 .www.bridgespotters.com group of urban artists on the cutting edge of what has been dubbed urban art. Spoken word, sculpting, photography theater and more
Jefferson Presents- The mission of Jefferson Presents… is to exhibit regular screenings of film and video programs in the Pittsburgh area. email@example.com Screenings are usually held at Garfield Artworks. Film or video submissions with a “live” or performance aspect are encouraged. www.geocities.com/jeffersonpresents/
The Center for Restorative Justice and Community Arts 412.719.7677 Post Office Box 4802 Pittsburgh, PA firstname.lastname@example.org
www.justicearts.org is a non-profit organization whose mission is to bridge victim and and offender advocacy through the arts.
SPACE Gallery, Future Tenant, and Wood Street are all pretty amazing galleries that open their galleries six days a week, and they’re all within walking distance from each other near Liberty and Wood Street downtown.
Downtown Gallery Crawls usually the last Friday of every month.
Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council NPO that features a monthly email newsletter outlining employment opportunities, internships, and grant opportunities in the arts. http://www.pittsburghartscouncil.org/
Pittsburgh Art Review Online mag for art reviews and art criticism in Pittsburgh. Free to read and free to post your own reviews: www.pittsburghartreview.org