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Anti-Black Friday / Support Local Artists!
November 30, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 10:00 pmFree
In support of Small Business Saturday we are hosting a one-of-a-kind pop up market highlighting independent artists & PGH neighborhood shops. The Purpose of this event s to convey the importance of supporting artists, buying local, and to show how small actions can have a huge impact on our community.
At this event, enjoy some reasonable prices, beverages, and refreshments. Walk through the in-house light installation with interactive characters (home-grown and locally-sourced). Roll through the studio, peruse the art, vintage brands, pottery. Get your holiday shopping done by taking home goods made by human hands. Instead of stampeding over each other in the name of Capitalism (which literally has resulted in Death for Deals on an annual basis) buy from local artists. Be a good human being. Buy art. Period.
“Art is more than just a gift. It’s an interactive interpretation that you can experience through a new lens every day. An Artist’s creation gifts you an ever-changing experience.”
Imagination of Robert Walker
Akogan ENT. (Francis E Ikhalea)
Black Girl Absolute
Kyle Anthony Adams
Joshua Challen Ice and Greg
Soothing Classical Guitar from Rob Williams in dapper full dress, on a pedestal.
Amazon Burn Source:
Sean Coffey & The Coffey Shop
Redfishbowl aims to unify different networks, mediums, and genres by intertwining art, music, and performance. We strive to create a platform for artists to further their careers and connect with the community.
The studio satisfies widespread creative functions, such as:
| Creative Networking Hub | Communal art working space | Gallery Space | Host Pop-ups, workshops of any kind | Mixed Media, Photography, Music Videos etc. | Artistic Promotions, Services, Outreach and Resources |
Want to check out the Space before the event?
Click below and We’ll walk you through.!
– John Nelson