30 : 2 | Pittsburgh Center for the Arts | April 19 – August 18

An exhibit of 30 artists from the AAP membership by 2 curators

I’ll be showing my painting “Susheela” in the upcoming exhibition 30:2 at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.  Would be great to see you at the opening reception on Friday, April 19 from 6-9.

30 : 2    |   Pittsburgh Center for the Arts   |    April 19 – August 18 

Opening Reception:   Friday, April 19, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

This survey style exhibit presents a small cross section of the 600+ members of a continually evolving 102 year-old Pittsburgh institution. Selected from the Associated Artist of Pittsburgh’s digital member portfolio as well as from their online presence, the artworks on view display the breath and complexity of the AAP’s diverse membership. Occupying the upstairs, three large galleries of the PCA this group exhibit premises painting, object making, video, installation… as non-hierarchical in craft or approach but rather, are simply the individual modes of expression which best fit the formation of an artists concept or manner of conveyance.

Curated by:
Adam Welch, Curator of the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts/Pittsburgh Filmmakers
Stacy Weiss, Owner and Creative Director of Pittsburgh design center Weisshouse

Artists:
Crystala Armagost, William Bebernardi, Connie Cantor, Matthew Liam Conboy, Ron Copeland, Ron Donoughe, Tom Estlack, Claire Hardy, Jane Haskell, Adrienne Heinrich, Mia Tarduci Henry, Scott Hunter, Dana Ingham, Karen Kaighin, Paula Garrick Klein, Wade Kramm, Deanna Mance, Leslie G. Nutting, Meghan Olson, Joyce Werwie Perry, Judith Schumacher, Travis Schwab, Steven Sherrill, David Stanger, Anita Sulimanovic, Benjamin Thomas, Laurie Trok, Kristin Turcsanyi, Jack Weiss, Robert Villamagna

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