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A Production of:

10. August Wilson Center for African American Culture

sponsors:

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Teenie Memories > See Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

1. Wood Street Galleries

601 Wood Street in transit > Norwegian artist HC Gilje will have his US debut with a site-specific installation and several single channel video works using video projected light as a single lighting source.

Fourth Floor

Live Music by Chatham Baroque > Performances

at 6, 7 and 8pm.

Artist Image Resource (AIR) > Archives of prints

photographers Bill Wade and Rebecca Droke’s present-day portraits and video interviews of people who Charles “Teenie” Harris photographed.

Common Ground: Affrilachia! Where I’m From >

Work that typifies the themes and sensibilities that spring from rural and urban life in the Appalachian region.

from print-related projects with professional artists. 2011 TRAF Emerging Artists > Ryan Woodring, painter, and Danna Eve Rzecnik, ceramicist, are Emerging Artist Scholarship recipients and award winning artists of the 2011 Three Rivers Arts Festival.

11. David Lawrence Convention Center

this exhibition presents international artists who consider its causes and consequences, its finality and future, moving from decimation and disintegration to the possibilities of regeneration and recovery. Music by DJDJW and DJ Jordan K.

6. Harris Theater

art and sustainable practices at the Convention Center. 6 and 7pm. Meet in the East Lobby off 10th Street.

Harris Theater Short Films > Pittsburgh Filmmakers presents locally made short films looping throughout the evening.

12. Urban Pathways 6-12 Gallery

3. Cell Phone Disco

7. 937 Liberty Avenue

2. SPACE

812 Liberty Avenue

Out of Rubble > Guest curated by Susanne Slavick,

Tito & Exchange Way A surface that visualizes the electromagnetic field of an active mobile phone. Several thousand lights illuminate when you make or receive a phone call in the vicinity of the installation.

4. Shaw Galleries 805 Liberty Avenue

The Bad Art Sale > An art show and sale of dozens

of thrift store paintings and amateur art. All at rock bottom prices!

5. Trust Arts Education Center 805-807 Liberty Avenue Peirce Studio (lower level)

kNOT Dance: Shape Shifter > Allow your dance

fantasy to come true! Draw your dream and kNOT Dance will interpret it, creating your own personal dance. 6 to 9pm.

809 Liberty Avenue

Second Floor

Windows and Mirrors: Reflections on the War in Afghanistan > Art can be a dynamic way to

help people reflect on important issues that impact our country. Windows and Mirrors is a traveling exhibit that provides an opportunity to see ourselves in depictions of the war in Afghanistan through the eyes of artists and children.

8. 943 Liberty Avenue Path: An Installation by Elin Hansdottir >

A special maze-like installation incorporating light and space. Held over from Long are the Days, Short are the Nights, an exhibit at Wood Street Galleries.

9. Tonic

971 Liberty Avenue, 2nd Floor Gallery [This location is not universally accessible.]

It Is What It Is > People. Art. Music. Drinks. Food.

1000 Fort Duquesne Boulevard

Convention Center Public Art & Sustainability Tour > The Office of Public Art and SEA present a tour of

914 Penn Avenue

16. 709 Penn Gallery

709 Penn Avenue

Paper Thin Theater > Kathryn Carr’s collection of

paper cut art focuses on the art of storytelling; children’s tales, puppetry, opera and the stage are presented in a narrative silhouette form. Her images mix nostalgia, dreams, nightmares and fleeting memories.

17. 707 Penn Gallery 707 Penn Avenue

Internal Reflections > Paintings by Steve Emmett, the late Edinboro University professor and artist, that represent his motif of the solitary male figure.

18. Katz Plaza

Seventh Street & Penn Avenue Steel Town Fire > Pittsburgh’s premier Fire Art performance wows the crowd with dancing and intricate moves on poi, snakes, swords and other burning props. 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30pm.

Winter Art Exhibition > A High School art exhibition including ceramics, photography, drawings and more. Live music by Sounds of Steel Pan Band. 6 to 7pm and 7:30 to 8:30pm

19. Backstage Bar

13. Future Tenant

20. Arthur Murray Dance Studio

819 Penn Avenue Distillate > Curated by Meghan Olson and Kara Skylling. Resident artists from Pittsburgh’s Brew House Association.

14. CAPA Gallery

655 Penn Avenue Acoustic performance by JD Eicher & the Goodnights. 5:30 to 7:30pm.

136 Sixth Street (above Melange Bistro) [This location is not universally accessible.]

Free Dance Lessons and Demos >

Salsa at 7:30pm. Tango at 8pm. Swing at 8:30pm.

111 Ninth Street

Younger Than Teachers > An exhibition featuring new work by Pittsburgh CAPA high school visual art students.

15. Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council

810 Penn Avenue, Suite 200 Art on the Walls > Featuring the stunning collage work of artist Seth Clark, examining the beauty of abandoned structures. Enjoy light refreshments and meet the artist.

AFTER THE CRAWL! SALSA FRIDAY > As a special post-Crawl party, the

Cabaret and Backstage Bar are waiving the usual cover charge for Salsa Friday’s dance lesson at 10pm and dancing until 1:30am. Enjoy Happy Hour at the Backstage Bar from 9 to 11pm! (21 and over.)

Gallery Crawl Jan 27 schedule  

Presented by The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Department of Education and Community Engagement.

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