Monday, September 28, 2020

Brenda Stumpf: Looking for things we can’t see

SAND, ROPE, plastic flowers, animal bones, wallpaper scrapings, steeped tea bags, discarded bits of metal and wood ... utterly common materials Pittsburgh artist Brenda...

Inside a warehouse in Larimer, Michael Walsh is hard at work.      ...

Sparks fly when his blowtorch touches metal. Music is cranked to the max. Beads of sweat hit the dusty, concrete floor. This gritty, blue-collar space...

Nicholas Volpe’s “Be Careful,” Exhibition is Coming to the UnSmoke Systems ArtSpace

Local artist and IUP graduate, Nicholas Volpe, is pleased to announce his upcoming solo exhibition, Be Careful. The opening reception will run July 12...

Jaime L. Bird releases “Neighborhood Snapshot: Bloomfield” at Eastmantribe Thursday 6-8pm

Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Jaime L. Bird releases the first of a new series of neighborhood pictorials Thursday at Eastmantribe in Regent Square. We...

Eastmantribe, founded by John Eastman has made a home in Regent Square.

The artsy and bustling neighborhood in that of Regent Square has a new retail store presence….something small in the way of a footprint, but...

Percolate Gallery to Host Portrait Art by Local Artists

In today’s age of social media, many people primarily focus on self-depiction. In order to capture this “self-depiction,” users of Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc....

Myth and material: A Studio Visit with Brenda Stumpf – an Issue #18 re-cap

Story and Photos by: David Bernabo Bright daylight enters through the high windows of a former Methodist church--now a home art studio--gently lighting a new...

Arts and Technology Entwined

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust galleries are currently boasting some of the City’s most immersive experiences. Let me start this review by being honest, I...

Alloy Pgh at Carrie Furnace

Every few years, the Carrie Furnace becomes a playground for artists where they produce temporary, site-based installations.  This residency program, called Alloy Pgh, is...

In Bloom: This Spring is All About Julie Mallis

Julie Mallis, aka Julie Malice, is a Pittsburgh based multimedia artist. Some people may know them as the Creative Director for BOOM Concepts or...

Soup is good food, and my rainy day, cold weather obsession

When it gets cold, I think soup! It becomes a bit of an obsession. When roving around the city and suburbs I start to...

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