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After becoming a part of Pittsburgh’s photography community on Instagram, resident Wendy Lachendro (@pittsburghinpictures) felt that our city’s amateur photographers needed a tangible space to show off their work… “I was fairly new to Instagram,” Lachendro said in a...

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As part of City Theatre‘s 2015-2016 season, organizers will host a handful of Pay-What-You-Want performances for their six upcoming main stage productions. Now into its 41st season, the Southside theatre company continues striving to provide an...

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AEP Aims to Heal Intangible Ailments Among All

September 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Apothecary of Esoteric Panacea is more than just an art exhibit; it is a movement, a motive, and a healing force for community members far and wide. Curated by local artist Maggie Negrete, the AEP...

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RAW Pittsburgh Presents MERGE

September 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

American filmmaker and photographer, Paul Strand, once wrote: “The artist’s world is limitless. It can be found anywhere, far from where he lives or a few feet away. It is always on his doorstep.” RAW...

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Quantum Theatre presents The Winter’s Tale

September 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

For 25 seasons, Pittsburgh’s Quantum Theatre has been recognized for producing innovative and experimental performances in various nontraditional spaces. This year, organizers plan to kick off the season with some classic Shakespearean literature, which will be transformed into...

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Art Animates Industry; Industry Inspires Art

September 8, 2015 | 0 Comments

With a mission to engage the student body in multiple mediums, the Fluid Power Educational Foundation (FPEF) and the Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) have collaborated on an educational, multifaceted venture to take place...

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Since Radiant Hall‘s inception, creating and preserving studio environments for artists has been their main focus. Using an open studio model in all locations, the organization provides artists with affordable, rent-controlled studios so that they’re...

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The Garfield neighborhood will be getting a Saturday tune-up on September 19. Presented by Penn Ave Arts in Motion (PAAiM), The Pittsburgh Art Car Festival makes its appearance for the fourth year running; bringing not only art and...

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Imagine a place where individuals can gather-unbridled and unchained-to tap into their sexual desires and fantasies while simultaneously benefiting their community. Curated and hosted right here in Pittsburgh, the first annual Bondage Ball will aim to do...

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Pittsburgh’s bringing funny back at this year’s second annual Comedy Festival – a riotous 3-day celebration full of grins, laughs and knee slappers – from August 27-29. Organizers are working diligently to expose our city to the art of comedy, while also...

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Hoping to build a more vibrant visual arts community in our city, Jenesis Magazine will host August Agenda, a series of art shows featuring painters, designers, digital creatives, and fashion makers. The events will take place from August...

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On Saturday, August 29, the Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center will celebrate their inaugural anniversary in East Deutschtown. For the past year, the nonprofit organization has maintained a focus within the local art community, while acting as a...

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