yART Sale: June 30, 2019
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts will hold our 11th annual “yART” sale – a creative spin on the traditional yard sale – June 30, 2019. Adjacent to Mellon Park, PCA’s tree-lined campus is at the corner of Fifth and Shady Avenues in Shadyside. Admission is free. Hours are 10:00am – 4:00pm, rain or shine.
The outdoor event features approximately 70 local artists, bringing affordable art, equipment, ceramics, photographs, jewelry, art books, fabric, prints, glass, and art supplies to budding artists and collectors; and, at the same time, providing artists a venue to sell inventory and materials.
This year’s artists include:
Crystala Armagost & Victoria Cable
Karyn Bradley/Arlene Holtz
Richard Duncan and Friends
Jeff Guerrero & Bryce Hemington
Lisa Marie Jakab
Kayla Kirsch/Paige Critchlow
Nadya Lapets & Vicky Schilling
Carol and Tom Norulak
Pittsburgh Glass Center
Sean Sollinger/ Kara Zuzu
Gloria Tsang and Friends
Questions? Contact Maxine Plotkin, Shop Manager
412.681.5449 ext 101
It’s hard to believe this is our 6th year! I’m personally very excited because my guests are both good friends, great potters, and former coworkers: John Miyazawa and Dacey Dacey Haughwout. I’m also excited to be showing off my freshly remodeled home, as I’ve spent considerable time painting and redecorating. I hope you’ll visit and enjoy.
For more info, visit www.highlandparkpotterytour.com
Come celebrate clay at Pittsburgh’s largest annual ceramic event on April 17th from 10:00am – 5:00pm at Union Project! The Mother of All Pottery Sales features 40 local artists exhibiting and selling their work, a live demonstration by ceramic artist Kevin Snipes, and clay activities in our studio. Miss Meatball, GOODLife Juices, and Zeke’s coffee will be on hand to provide refreshments and keep you energized!
We’ve even added a Preview Party so you can get a sneak peek the night before MOAPS. This event was added to give visitors more time to spend with the artists, and experience ceramics in a uniquely personal way. Guests will have first access to artwork and a chance to enjoy refreshments while watching a live Raku firing demonstration. Pieces fired during the event will be available for purchase. The preview event will be held on Saturday, April 16th from 6:30pm – 9:00pm. Tickets are limited. Purchase one for $25 or two for $40 via www.unionproject.org.
The Highland Park Pottery Tour takes buying local to the next level. You get invited to the homes and studios of four Highland Park potters and the Union Project Ceramics Co-op. Chat up the artists, enjoy refreshments, and buy local pottery for the holidays!
This year we’ve even added a private preview event on Friday, December 11 from 6-9 pm. Tickets are limited so we can keep this shindig small, purchase yours online – $15 each or $25 for two.
Visit the homes and studios of local potters at the fifth annual Highland Park Pottery Tour. Meet the artists, enjoy refreshments, and buy local artwork for the holidays!
The Highland Park Pottery Tour is an intimate experience that welcomes guests right into the artists’ homes. Art lovers and artists mingle in studios and living rooms, discuss ceramics techniques together, and share snacks at kitchen counters.
You’ll experience Highland Park in a whole new way, as you walk from cozy stop to cozy stop.
The Highland Park Pottery Tour is hosted by Keith Hershberger, Joe Delphia, Jenna Vanden Brink, Jeff Guerrero, and the Union Project Ceramics Cooperative. Each stop will have guest artists, to be announced—stay tuned!
The 2012 Highland Park Pottery Tour is coming on December 8 and 9. You’ll be able to meet the potters in person and hopefully buy our work. There will be refreshments at each location. Weather permitting, it’s even possible to walk to all the stops, though on-street parking is usually not difficult in Highland Park.
Visit www.highlandparkpotterytour.com for more information.