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Casey Droege Cultural Productions presents Camouflage, a group exhibit curated by Johanna Lasner for the Three Rivers Arts Festival. Camouflage features work by artists Jo-Anne Bates, John Eastman, Ivette Spradlin with Lenore Thomas, and Scott Turri. The artists use a variety of materials to address the idea of concealment and disguise in a physical, digital, or sometimes cultural form.
Join us for a special SIX x ATE dinner and lecture program as a part of the exhibit. Taking place on June 7th in the gallery space, tickets and more information can be found at sixxate.com.
We're moving from our downtown gallery space to a MUCH smaller storefront in Upper Lawrenceville and we can't bring it all with us. So stop by the gallery for the last day of our Terracotta Colab exhibit and our indoor yard sale!
Saturday May 26th, 2018
12 pm - 5 pm
937 Liberty Ave., FL 2
Pgh, PA 15222
We'll be selling:
A nice big blue couch-Sold!
Disposable plates, cups, utensils, etc.
A giant fan
And lots of rando art supplies (foamcore, enamel paints, packing materials...)
Also, lots of artwork for sale too!
Prices will be negotiable but know that every cent goes towards making our move possible and we reeeeeaaaallllllyyyy appreciate that.
See more info here.
Join us Wednesday April 25th at the Ace Hotel Ballroom for the final discussion of the PGH Photo Fair Speaker Series. Naomi Beckwith, Curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, will discuss how her current exhibition and book projects focus on the impact of identity and multi-disciplinary practices for shaping contemporary art. Doors will open at 6pm, and the lecture will begin at 6:30pm.
The event is free and we invite you to stay after the lecture for drinks at the hotel bar.
April 25th, 2018
6pm Doors open
6:30pm Lecture starts
Ace Hotel Ballroom
120 S Whitfield St
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Naomi Beckwith is the Marilyn and Larry Fields Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, where her exhibition and book projects focus on the impact of identity and multi-disciplinary practices for shaping contemporary art. Prior to the MCA, Beckwith held positions at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia and the Studio Museum in Harlem. Her numerous exhibitions include The Freedom Principle: Experiments in Art and Music, 1965 to Now and 30 Seconds off an Inch, both considering the persistent resonance of black cultural practices across contemporary art internationally.
We are seeking volunteers for the Gallery Crawl event on Friday, April 27th 5:30-10pm for the Terracotta CoLab exhibit. Volunteering is a great way to see what it's like to manage and organize art events and openings. We are currently trying to fill two time slots, 4-7pm and 7-10:30pm.
If you are interested in volunteering, please email email@example.com and let her know if you'd like to participate or if you have any questions.