Friday, August 18, 2006

August 19 in Larryville

Resonance: Works by Carolyn Wenning
Closing Reception: Mark the Date!
August 19, 6-9PM
Mark the closing of the exhibit with an improvisational photographic event orchestrated by the artist, to be posted on
And please take a moment to visit Pittsburgh
City Paper and read Gregory Knepp's review.

Twelve-Minute Portraits
Closing Reception: Mark the Date!
August 19, 6-9PM
Digging Pitt Gallery is hosting an exhibit of intimate works on paper in July. A small group of artists, founded by Ron Donoughe, Patrick Ruane, Victor Capone and Stuart Smith, have been meeting for twenty years, drawing each others' portraits.

Digging Pitt Too
Because some stuff just doesn’t fit in the flat files…

Digging Pitt Gallery has opened a new space, right around the corner from the Butler Street Gallery. Located on the corner of 45th and Plummer streets in Larryville, the storefront houses work from area artists that we had to have out where people can see them. Christine Bethea’s masks, ceramic pieces from Laura Jean McLaughlin and works by Marci Gerhing, Jessica Sommer and Kate Bazis are displayed along with many of the artists from the Butler Street location.

Digging Pitt Too
Hours: Saturdays from 12pm-5pm,
by appointment and at other random times
Location: 45th and Plummer Streets, LawrencevilleThe Digging Pitt Store

Art & ‘Tique Block Party!
Hatfield Street, between 44th and 45th
August 19, 12-5pm
Everyone is welcome to join in on the fun during the Art & ‘Tique Block party. Digging Pitt will be there, celebrating with our Larryville neighbors. Keep your eyes peeled for Carolyn Wenning and her camera; she’ll be at the Block party taking pictures for her web project. While you’re in the neighborhood, stop by Digging Pitt Too, located on the corner of 45th and Plummer Streets. Digging Pitt Gallery and Digging Pitt too will be open from 12pm-9pm on August 19th.

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