Saturday, October 23, 2010

Brewhouse Distillery Art Program at C-SPACE






“Round 5: An Exhibition of the Brewhouse Distillery Art Program”

When: Friday, November 5th, 2010 from 7pm – 10pm
Opening reception includes snacks and refreshments

Where: C-SPACE: Collective

Artists: Aimee Manion, Kara Skylling, Meghan Olson, Jaci Rice and Ryan Woodring

What: Five emerging artists from the Pittsburgh area have come together for this exciting group exhibition. The participating artists are members of the Brewhouse Distillery Art Program, a six-month career development program designed for local artists aiming to build their careers, develop their portfolios, and discover and create new opportunities in the Pittsburgh art scene.
These five artists will display their latest work at C-SPACE: Collective, an intimate gallery that is part of the Penn Avenue arts district. There will be a variety of artwork to explore including painting, drawing, printmaking, and mixed media art. The “Round 5” gallery opening is part of the Unblurred 1st Friday gallery crawl on Penn Avenue.

Participating artists are available for contact:

Aimee Manion
724.816.4401
contact(AT)aimeemanion.com
www.aimeemanion.com

Ryan Woodring
215.262.2144
ryanwwoodring(AT)gmail.com
www.ryanwoodring.com

Meghan Olson
503.703.2364
meghan(AT)clothespegpress.com
www.meghanolson.com

Kara Skylling
814.279.2261
kskylling(AT)gmail.com

Jaci Rice
412.999.3462
jacirice(AT)gmail.com
www.jacirice.com

*After the opening reception C-SPACE gallery is open only by appointment.
For more information on The Brewhouse Distillery Program, call Tirzah DeCaria 505.449.7108

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2nd image listed: Aimee Manion
3rd image: Ryan Woodring
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