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5125 Penn Ave
, PA 15224

Friday, March 2nd, 6 - 10PM

The typical studio model is one of enclosure and privacy. The general public seldom has the opportunity to engage with the artist-at-work because studios are often shut off to them. For the month of March artist Seth Clark will be converting Assemble into his work environment, inviting the community to come participate in the artistic process. With an emphasis on mark-making and collage Clark will not only use this studio as he would his own, but lead various workshops that highlight some of his personal techniques and that focus on productivity through mass collaboration.

Seth grew up in Seekonk, Massachusetts and studied close to home in Providence at the Rhode Island School of Design. He earned his BFA in Graphic Design, focusing primarily in print design and alternative typography. After graduating, he moved to Pittsburgh, where the endless row houses and giant abandoned factories serve as an honest and readily available inspiration for his work. He balances a passion for art with a perceptive eye for design.

Seth's work has been displayed in various galleries throughout the country as well as here in Pittsburgh including a solo exhibition, Ruination, at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts in February of 2011. He has earned two design excellence awards from the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Pittsburgh. Most recently Clark was published in New American Paintings and named a 2012 Flight School Fellow.

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  • John V.

    Very disappointing that Seth Clark didn't show-at least the 2 times I stopped by. His exhibit at the Pgh Arts Council gallery is spectacular...don't know how low it's going to be up.

    March 3, 2012

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