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Cultural District Downtown Pittsburgh Gallery Crawl Set for Jan 25

Related: Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Gallery Crawl, PIttsburgh Cultural District

937 Liberty Avenue
2nd floor:
Six x Ate: Sound, Time, Space
SIX x ATE features the work of local artists who have participated in an ongoing dinner and lecture series of the same name.

3rd floor: Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater Lobby:
Twinning Photography
The first of a series of exhibitions trying to twin one hundred Africans with their African American lookalikes.

Toonseum
947 Liberty Avenue
Visit the new StarKist Charlie's Hall of Legends. This new exhibition presents original pieces from the ToonSeum Permanent Collection, featuring some of the world's most iconic cartoon characters.

August Wilson Center for African American Culture
980 Liberty Avenue
Glamazonia by Mario Epanya
This glorious showcase of beauty features over 30 images of Black women from contemporary full color photography to vintage black-and-white images, celebrating the beauty and diversity of the Diaspora.

The Nazi Olympics: Berlin 1936
This stirring exhibition, on loan from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and presented in collaboration with the Holocaust Center of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, explores the courage and triumph of athletes who boycotted, participated in, or were barred from the Games.

Pittsburgh: Reclaim, Renew, Remix
Our core exhibition dedicated to honoring and preserving Black culture in Southwestern Pennsylvania. This modular exhibit uses imagery, film and oral history narratives to explore communities, cultures, and innovations

Tonic
971 Liberty Avenue, 2nd floor Gallery. NOT UNIVERSALLY ACCESSIBLE
Work from artist Keith Schmiedline
Live music by Dylan Reynolds.

Urban Pathways 6-12 Gallery
914 Penn Avenue
The Heart is Lonely...
Student artwork based on the works of Jacob Lawrence; plus Ceramics & Photography.
Poetry Slam at 6pm & 7:30pm, plus the Sounds of Steel steel pan band

CAPA
111 Ninth St.
Future Memories, Future Myths
Works by CAPA Visual Arts students, curated by Rafael Abreu-Canedo

Abby McGeehan, Assan Jackson, Brianne McKaine and Adam Linn, Elan Kandel, Libby Musacchio, Maddi Johnson, Miller Goughneour, Miller Schulman, Ron Turner, Sara Gaitens, Stacey Thomas, Todd Koger, Tyler Sing interpreting the world around them, navigating the past and the present, these young and talented minds are not satisfied with the one-size-fits-all culture that is being handed down to them.

Future Tenant
819 Penn Avenue
Best of Arbor Aid with Tree Pittsburgh
A best-of collection of works created from reclaimed and urban wood that focuses on the theme of Story/Legacy.

Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council
810 Penn Avenue, Suite 200
Art on the Walls
Steel-Life II: photo assemblages
Fran Gialamas
Archival-flash-backs of men and women steel workers-their neighborhoods, homes and the mills. The work reflects the steel
industry in its heyday. Found images seduce the viewer's eye and memory. The past is layered with the present in counterpoint to create a quiet industrial beauty.

Bend Yoga
808 Penn Avenue, 2nd floor
Join Bend Yoga for free yoga at 7:00pm. Pre-registration is recommended by emailing mcallan@bendyoga.com.

709 Penn Gallery
709 Penn Avenue
Fabrizio Gerbino
New works by the Italian-born artist, now well-known for his paintings, drawings, and installations inspired by the post-industrial landscape of Pittsburgh, where he has lived for nearly a decade.

707 Penn Gallery
707 Penn Avenue
Craig Freeman: Cartoon Nihilism
Explores themes of nihilism, depression, and suicide through the cartoon world.

131 Seventh Street
Symbiotic Collusion
Part of Project PopUp: Downtown
AC/VC: Appalachians in Charge of Visual Culture
Derek Reese

Project Pop Up: Night Market 3
Once again bringing together some of Pittsburgh's most creative independent vendors, artists, and desserts to an indoor market.

Katz Plaza
7th St. and Penn Avenue
Steel Town Fire: Pittsburgh's premier Fire Art performance wows the crowd with dancing and intricate moves on poi, snakes, swords and other burning props. 6:30, 7:30, and 8:30pm.

Backstage Bar
655 Penn Avenue
Symphony of Colours
Kim Freithaler, June Kielty, Nadya Lapets and Vickie Schilling

Live Music by Jason Kendall Duo

Dream Cream Ice Cream Parlor
539 Liberty Avenue
Part of Project PopUp: Downtown
More than just a great place for a scoop. A portion of designated flavor sales will be contributed to causes in exchange for community service of the recipient, aka "the dreamer."

Robot Repairs
210 Sixth Street
Part of Project PopUp: Downtown
Is your robot experiencing technical difficulties? Consider visiting this place for a potential fix.

Boutique 208
208 Sixth Street
Part of Project PopUp: Downtown
A retail boutique featuring handmade wares from local artisans.

Arthur Murray Dance Studio**
136 Sixth Street (above Melange Bistro) NOT UNIVERSALLY ACCESSIBLE

Free Dance Lessons and Demos:
Swing at 7:30pm. Bachata at 8pm. Salsa at 8:30pm.

ALL INFORMATION AND LOCATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE! Visit www.trustarts.org for updated and more detailed information. All official Gallery Crawl locations will be marked with a Cultural District Stop sidewalk sign. TEXT "CRAWL" TO SMASH (76274) to receive special exclusive offers and more!

**All locations are wheelchair accessible unless otherwise noted

Pictured: 709 Penn Gallery exhibits

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