Pittsburgh Center for the Arts (PCA) announces ten separate exhibits of selected artists from the tri-state area. All 5,000 square feet of gallery space at PCA has been opened up for the artists, who offer a look at the variety of visual languages and concepts being navigated today.
Curator Adam Welch says, “These artists represent a cross-section of some of the best emerging and established contemporary artists working in the Pittsburgh region today.”
The collaborative artists are: David Bernabo and Emily Walley; Jeremy Boyle and Mark Franchino; Eli Blasko, Eric Charlton and Ian F. Thomas.
The solo artists are: Stephen Chalmers, Jonathan Chamberlain, Lizzy DeVita, William McAllister, David Montano, Lenore D. Thomas, and Kara Ruth Snyder.
The ten exhibits are on view from February 1 through April 7. An opening reception will be held on Friday evening, February 1 from 5:30 to 9:00 pm which is open to the public; admission is only $5 and free to PF/PCA members. In addition, artists talks will be announced at a later date.
The opening reception is expected to include light bites along with a cash bar.
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