Thursday, April 22, 2010

Art All Night April 24 25 Saturday 2010 Iron City Building Lawrenceville Pittsburgh PA

The official entrance to Art all Night this year will be what we are calling the breeze way. It is immediately under and too the left of the enormous 16 pound bottle of Iron pictured on the wall of the building on Liberty Ave. It is way cool. You walk straight down through buildings and memories of old time Pittsburgh. At the bottom it opens into our yard, the loading docks and inside the warehouse.........Art.

There are a variety of parking lots nearby. Iron City has one which you enter from under the railway tressel on liberty. There are large commercial lots further down liberty and towards the bluff. There is parking behind sullivan field, which is the ball field across from the church brew works. Actually there is quite a bit of parking around ... See Morethere in the commercial corridors you just have to look for it. None of the commercial business will be open on Saturday night. Steer clear of the Church Brew works clearly they need their parking.

Art All Night Lawrenceville (Saturday, April 24, 6 pm to Sunday, April 25, 2 pm 2010) is an annual celebration of arts, community and creativity. Anyone and everyone is invited to submit one (and only one) piece of artwork or sign up to perform during this one-of-a-kind neighborhood event attended by nearly 10,000 people each year. View art, hear music, meet friends, create art, enjoy beverages and make memories “All Night” long! Visit for more information and instructions on registering artwork. No fee. No jury. No censorship.

As always, Art All Night is FREE!

Art Drop-Off - noon to 4 pm Saturday
The Show - 6pm Saturday to 2pm Sunday
Art Pick-Up - 2:30pm to 4:30m Sunday

Online artwork registration will be available in April.

Location: Iron City Brewery, 3340 Liberty Avenue, 15201


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