Friday, September 14th is the public opening of Associated Artists of Pittsburgh 106th Annual Exhibition — Pittsburgh's longest-running local visual arts tradition.
Join us in the Southside Friday evening for some food, light refreshments, and art.
About the Artists
The Annual Exhibition features the work of 47 artist members:
Carol Amidi, Theresa Antonellis
, Crystala Armagost, Maggy Aston
, Terry Boyd, Visual Artist
, Kathleen Kase Burk, Tom Ferraro, Gilbert Gorski
, Sarika Goulatia
, Nathan Hufford, Laura Krasnow
, Seth LeDonne
, Scott Lloyd, Sharon Massey
, Chris Mcginnis
, Clayton Merrell, Judith Musser, Kevin O'Toole Sculpture
, Katie Ott, Desiree Palermo, Linda Price-Sneddon
, Jack Puglisi
, Garry Pyles
, Dafna Rehavia
, Mark Ricard, Melissa Riggatire, Leslie Robbins
, Elizabeth Rose, Jeff Schwarz
, Samira Shaheen
, Louise Silk
, Martha Hopkins Skarlinski
, Gregory Smith, Kara Snyder — Artist Talk & Demo, Sophia Sobers
, Richard A Stoner Photography
, Brenda Stumpf, Sheila Swartz, Mia Tarducci
, Benjamin Thomas
, Ian Thomas, Paige Tibbe
, Anne Weidman, Mark Weleski, Joyce Werwie Perry
, Imin Yeh
, and Hisham Youssef.
About the juror
Taras Matla is Associate Director and current acting Director of the University of Maryland Art Gallery. At the Gallery, he oversees the day-to-day operations and a permanent collection of nearly 3,000 works of art. He has also organized and curated several key shows at the Gallery including 2017’s Laid, Placed, and Arranged(2017), Timeline: The University of Maryland Art Gallery at 50, and 2014’s John Baldessari: Four Short Films, 1972-73. Prior to the University of Maryland Art Gallery, Matla worked at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art where he managed the museum’s Department of Prints and Drawings and at The J. Paul Getty Trust where he served as a spokesperson for its four programs and numerous other programmatic and cultural activities. A native of Los Angeles, CA, Matla holds a BFA in Printmaking from California State University, Long Beach and an MA in Aesthetics and Politics from California Institute of the Arts.