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Art Museums and Galleries

Pittsburgh Directories and Gallery Crawls

 

Pittsburgh Museums

 

Pittsburgh Galleries

  • Concept Gallery
    Concept Gallery, located in the Regent Square neighborhood of Pittsburgh, represents the region's established and emerging artists, and artists of national and international reputation. There is an emphasis on Contemporary Realist painting and historic and industrial images of Pittsburgh.
  • Dargate Auction Galleries
    see a schedule of upcoming auctions, auction catalogs, and other information.
  • …lan Fine Art Gallery
    Contemporary fine art. Representing established and emerging regional, national and international artists. Paintings, fine-art prints, and sculpture for corporate and private collections, art consulting, and installation. T-Sat, 11am-6pm and by appointment.
  • Fireborn Studios and Gallery
    Located on Pittsburgh's South Side, Fireborn Gallery offers pottery hand-made on the premises, as well as other fine crafts and art work by select American artists.
  • Future Tenant
    Future Tenant is a project of Carnegie Mellon University and The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, located in the heart of the Cultural District. This art space, which features alternative exhibitions and performances by emerging artists from the CMU community and beyond, is managed by a team of students from the Masters of Arts Management program, a joint program of CMU's Heinz School of Public Policy and Management and the College of Fine Arts.
  • Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University
    The Miller Gallery is three exhibition spaces on different floors of the new Purnell Center for the Arts.
  • Modern Formations Gallery
    4919 Penn Avenue, Garfield (Pittsburgh)
  • Monroeville Public Library Gallery Space
    Exhibits featuring local artists.
  • Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery
    Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery is the first Pittsburgh art gallery dedicated to exhibiting contemporary studio glass, focusing on sculpture, goblets, and jewelry in glass and mixed media. Located on Ellsworth Avenue in Shadyside.
  • Pittsburgh Center for the Arts
    Explores the edge of contemporary art.
  • Mr. Roboto Project
    "The Mr. Roboto Project is a cooperatively run show space, art gallery & zine library located in Wilkinsburg (right outside the Pittsburgh city limits). Our aim is to create a comfortable and open space for people to experience a true DIY (do-it-yourself) community."
  • Slaughterhouse Gallery
    A Gallery and a Community of Artists on Butler Street in Lawrenceville.
  • Society for Contemporary Crafts
    The Society provides a unique opportunity to view works by nationally known artists, learn about the creative process in their gallery and resource center, attend workshops on various arts and crafts, or to purchase quality contemporary craftworks in their store.
  • Space Pittsburgh
    The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust opened this new gallery in the Cultural District in February 2004. SPACE values the creation of new works in multi-disciplines, presentation of artwork to the broadest possible audience, inclusion of established and contemporary technologies and the promotion of local artists outside of the region.
  • Sweetwater Center for the Arts
    Two galleries for ongoing exhibitions. Located northwest of Pittsburgh in Sewickley.
  • ToonSeum
    Located in downtown Pittsburgh's Cultural District, the ToonSeum celebrates the art of cartooning, promoting a deeper appreciation of the cartoonists and their work through hands-on workshops, community outreach, cartoon-oriented educational programming, and exhibitions of original cartoon art.
  • University of Pittsburgh: University Art Gallery
    Located on the first floor of the Frick Fine Arts Building, across from the Carnegie Library on Schenley Drive, the admission is free.
  • Wood Street Galleries
    The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust operates Wood Street Galleries, which features multi-disciplinary artists from all over the world.

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Southwestern Pennsylvania

  • Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts
    The Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts, located in New Castle, PA, provides people in greater Lawrence and surrounding counties with art classes, exhibitions, concerts, festivals, performances, special events, and other outreach efforts.
  • The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art
    Operates four facilities in southwestern Pennsylvania: St. Francis College, University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown; Altoona; and Ligonier Valley.
  • Westmoreland Museum of American Art
    Located in Greensburg (east of Pittsburgh), the Westmoreland Museum of American Art concentrates on Pennsylvanian art, with an outstanding collection of works by nationally recognized American artists (over 500 oil paintings and watercolors), and an important collection of Southwestern Pennsylvania artists.

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Pennsylvania

  • Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
    The Academy's museum is internationally known for its collections of 18th-, 19th-, and 20th-century American paintings, sculptures, and works on paper, and as a study center for the work of Thomas Eakins, Cecilia Beaux, and Robert Motherwell, due to its collections and archival materials.
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
    In addition to providing exhibits, the Museum provides education classes for adults and children. Be sure to check out their online Web Projects.

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Nearby States

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United States- Directories

Selected U.S. and International Museums