Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Pittsburgh Art Halloween Events 2008

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The Pittsburgh Galleries blog is a volunteer effort from Rick Byerly to promote Pittsburgh art events which feature artists from the area. The website effort is an up-to-date directory with Pittsburgh area art venues. Thanks go to Sirani Gallery of 5875 Forbes Ave in Squirrel Hill for being a sponsor and David L. Edwards Art and Anonymous for their donations to this effort. Donation and sponsor info can be found here. Rick Byerly, Uniquetake Photography

Not a ton of Pittsburgh art events around Halloween which makes sense but here are some great art events to check out.

Wednesday October 29, 2008:

Altered Meanings: Featuring works by Cat Chow & Jesse McLeanReceptions: Wednesday, October 29 at 7:00 p.m

Thursday October 30, 2008:

Unearthed at the Ice House Unearthed features artwork crafted from trees felled in Allegheny Cemetery.

Friday October 31 2008:

Chick with Dicks: Bad Girls on Bikes doing Bad Things, a 60’s B-movie parody with a twist. Chicks is set in and around Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania’s very own nuclear power plant. The irreverently absurd plot centers around Vespa de Amore, a prom queen runner-up who accidentally kills her sex-shy boyfriend and ends up on the road with an all-girl biker gang named Satan’s Cherries. This wild ride features plenty of go-go dancing, hair pulling, mud wrestling, and kung fu fighting as these good-girls-gone-bad get even worse!


I Heart Pgh always has great event info.


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