CDCP offers several keystone programs which support Pittsburgh's cultural landscape by creating connections to a national arts conversation, promoting intersectionality, and encouraging the growth of a local arts economy.

Click on each program to visit their websites and learn more.

 

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Feeding your cultural appetite

 

 

Community Supported Art Pittsburgh (CSA PGH) creates “shares” of local art to feed the public’s cultural appetite.  Instead of the boxes of fruit and vegetables that one might get from a local farm as an agricultural CSA,  our shares include works by local artists.  CSA PGH has received local and national support and will continue to bring fresh, local art to the community. 

 

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Pittsburgh's only art fair promoting photography

 

 

Each year, PGH Photo Fair hosts 13 internationally known dealers and photography projects.These experts exhibit museum-quality prints and photo-based art spanning the history of the medium, from 19th Century vintage prints to contemporary photography, alongside photographic books and photo-based magazines.

 

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Connecting Pittsburgh to a national arts conversation

The Residence is a program that invites curators, organizers, and cultural producers from around the country to produce an exhibit, lecture, or program connecting Pittsburgh's creative community to a national conversation. 

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6 Artists + 1 Chef + You

 

 

SIX x ATE invites the public to enjoy five-minute presentations from six artists and a meal from one or several cuisiniers. All of the work presented or performed responds to the theme of the night. There are no formal Q & A’s or long-winded introductions, so guests spend most of the evening talking informally while eating and drinking. This relaxed environment encourages real connections, spurring future collaborations and forging new friendships.