Thursday, August 21, 2008

Pittsburgh Art Guide August 22,23 2008 Friday Sat

Pittsburgh Art Guide for openings, closings and special events for Aug 22 and 23, 2008:

Friday August 22, 2008:

Art Goes Bowling.Arsenal Lanes in Lawrenceville First Showing, Friday 8/22/08 from 6pm-9pm

707 Penn Gallery invites you to an opening reception:Friday, August 22nd from 5:30-9pm. Meditation Relates to Physics = Art. New works by Teresa M. Harris

Friday, August 22 6PM-9PM GARFIELD ARTWORKS - 4931 PENN AVE. CANOPY Five architecture students investigate the isomorphic relationship of musical and spatial environment by creating a symbiosis of object with spectacle. In this installation, they test the boundary between art and architecture, object and field, environment and user. Liz Duray, Max Arocena, Ellen Garrett, Filip Agren, and Judy Podraza. Show runs through the weekend - Friday Aug 22 (6-9pm). Sat Aug 23 (1-5pm and 8pm-midnight)Sun Aug 24 (1-3pm). Live music and bar.

Saturday August 23, 2008:

The Sacred Art Exhibition: Public Reception: Saturday, August 23rd: 5 pm - 8 pm.Free and open to the public.

PCA Biennial Closing August 23, 2008 7pm

The Sprout Fund will host its sixth annual Hothouse event on Saturday, August 23, 2008 on the upper floors of The Union Trust Building in Downtown Pittsburgh. VIP time 7pm-Midnight, Regular ticket entry 9pm-Midnight.

For ongoing exhibit info check out the Pittsburgh City Paper for the major list here and be sure to bookmark the Pittsburgh Galleries blog for a "more discerning" listing of exhibits.


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