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If you like crafts, if you are a crafter or artist, if you want to buy a beautifully crafted item, you can do it all here. Rotating exhibits in the gallery with free admission. A shop full of unique items. Creative classes. Conveniently located in...More
The Gallery was free to go into. About 20 or more displays to see. Many different media’s used. Also a shop where you can buy items.
In the basement where They offer different classes by an artist daily for you to attend. Right now you...More
As you wolf down tiny donuts, you will spot this great little museum in the Strip District. It's free, so pop on in! They have rotating exhibits that are interesting and thought provoking. Go on a first date and it will give you something to...More
Hand made items and small batch boutique items. They sold a woven cosmetic bag that I had bought at a boutique in Connecticut, but most items were by local artist. I bought some ceramics that were painted with a cheerful handful of wildflowers. Its immediacy...More
My 9yo grabbed one of the flyers in one of the rest stops along I76 going through PA. It had an advertisement for a FabricArt exhibit. On our trip back through PA we stopped in. It was an amazing exhibit for my daughter who loves...More
This is a beautiful gallery. It's has a changing programme of exhibitions. The best show is the triennial Fiberarts International, which is also shown in the Pittsburgh Centre for the Arts simultaneously. The gallery is light and airy with a small shop that sells beautiful...More
Right in the middle of all the food vendors, specialty shops, etc along Penn Avenue and Smallman Street, the SCC is a wonderful spot to view some amazing artistry from local artists. The shows change regularly so it is worth multiple trips.