Time and Place

Sep 2, 2014 - Sep 13, 2014

This event occurs weekly, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Paintings by Tom McNickle "When I confront the landscape, I am overwhelmed by the specificity of the moment, the place, the light and the time. Through painting I try, not only to experience the moment, but to connect with it in a way that is outside the moment…timeless. I work both in the studio and on location, painting watercolors plein- air which serve as studies for larger watercolors...

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The Biennial at Pittsburgh Glass Center

Sep 2, 2014 - Oct 26, 2014

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The Idea Furnace has been on fire for the last six months. Seven artists stepped out of their comfort zone and into the glass studio for the 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial this year at Pittsburgh Glass Center (PGC). This first-time experimental exhibition at PGC showcases new art created by seven well-known Pittsburgh artists with no glass experience working in collaboration with five local glass...

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Featuring work by the most innovative and cutting-edge craft artists, the Transformation series is a biennial juried exhibition focusing on one of six traditional craft media - wood, metal, clay, fiber, glass, and found materials - in rotation. Transformation 9 explores the irresistible diversity of ceramics. (Not open Sundays.)

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RACE: Are We So Different?

Sep 2, 2014 - Oct 29, 2014

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RACE: Are We So Different? is a groundbreaking exploration of the experience of living with race in America. The exhibition weaves together personal stories of living with race along with expert discussions of the history of race as a concept, the role that science has played in that history, and emerging research that challenges the foundations of what we perceive as race. Interactive...

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Faked, Forgotten, Found showcases conservators’ forensic analysis of five Renaissance paintings in the museum’s collection that have undergone significant scientific analysis and conservation. The discoveries about each work are presented through extensive multimedia documentation, highlighting a fascinating but little-seen aspect of museum practice.

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Monotype Prints

Sep 2, 2014 - Sep 3, 2014

Artist Jo-Anne Bates was inspired to create the works in this exhibition from her travels in South Africa nearly ten years ago. Bates says, “The incredible colors and textures of the land, the people, and their clothing” made a lasting impression on her, and subsequently on her work.

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La Cour des Miracles

Sep 2, 2014 - Sep 7, 2014

The robots in this interactive installation act as “fake” humans, displaying symptoms of “abnormal” psychological behaviors and uttering expressions of discomfort. They moan in response to the audience’s physical engagement and interactions with them.

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Charlotte Dumas: Anima

Sep 2, 2014 - Oct 4, 2014

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Charlotte Dumas: Anima features large scale portraits from Dumas' most recent body of work, which includes the draft horses that serve at Arlington National Cemetery. Shot with only the natural light that seeped into their stalls, these photographs show these peaceful animals as they drift off to sleep after a day's work. An opening reception takes place on Friday, August 8 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm.

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