Coloring Pittsburgh is a photography exhibition that was curated by students from Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild Youth and Arts Program. They were part of a course titled Curating and Installing Exhibitions. As part of the course students developed a theme and designed a call to artists which was distributed throughout Pittsburgh.
The exhibit opens Friday, July 11th at the Susan Zubik Welcome Center at Catholic Charities, 212 Ninth Street in downtown Pittsburgh, PA, from 5:30-9:00 pm in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Gallery Crawl.
Visit www.mcgonlineexhibit.com to view the work.
We at Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild would like to invite you, your family, and your friends to our Spring 2014 Family Day on Thursday, May 29 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This year-end exhibition is referred to as Accomplishment, and it is our 32th annual celebration.
By attending you’ll have the chance to see the works of art created by MCG’s dedicated afterschool students and to meet the staff that works with and inspires them daily. Refreshments will be served and there will be awards, presentations, performances and more. This is an excellent opportunity for you to celebrate your child’s accomplishments with us during the afterschool hours this spring.
If you have any questions about the evening or our after school program, please contact Rose Mary Gubser at 412-322-1773 Ext. 302. Visit us online at www.mcgyouthandarts.org for additional information and to subscribe to our e-mail updates.
Thank you for attending the third annual MCG Invitational!
The third annual MCG Invitational continues the tradition of serving Pittsburgh area high-school students. By providing this opportunity, the MCG Invitational will highlight talent, reward achievement, and encourage hope among those who might otherwise be overlooked.
The MCG Invitational seeks to recognize excellence and extol achievement demonstrated by youth in urban and economically disadvantaged communities. By heralding these values, this exhibition will reward meritorious students with cash awards, prizes and post-secondary education scholarships.
The awards ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, May 8, 2014. Submissions will be accepted March 1-23.
Exemplary high school students, dubbed Process Masters, from the Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild Youth & Arts program will exhibit visual art from various mediums and several will give artist talks.
The exhibit opens Friday, April 25th at the Susan Zubik Welcome Center at Catholic Charities, 212 Ninth Street in downtown Pittsburgh, PA, from 5:30-9:00 pm in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Gallery Crawl.
The after-school courses for the third trimester of the 2013-14 school year have been set. See what we’ll be offering this fall in:
Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild will hold two enrollment sessions for our upcoming after-school courses (ATP) on March 19 and 20 from 3:00–5:30 p.m. You’ll be introduced to MCG Youth & Arts, its teachers and the facilities. You must attend one of these sessions to be eligible for admission. Click here for more info.
Non-PPS students may register online for a fee. Please click here for online registration.
You’re invited to our Winter 2014 Family Night on Thursday, March 6th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Bring your family, your friends and your neighbors.
By attending you’ll have the chance to see the works of art created by MCG’s dedicated after-school students and to meet the staff that work with and inspire them daily. Refreshments will be served and our four art making studios will host demonstrations, and artist talks. This is an excellent opportunity for you to celebrate our students’ accomplishments, and to show your support for the work that we do.
January 24 – April 18, 2014. High school students in the Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild Design Arts Studio explore portraiture and figures via graphite, Conte, and charcoal.
The exhibit opens Friday, January 24th at the Susan Zubik Welcome Center at Catholic Charities, 212 Ninth Street in downtown Pittsburgh, PA, from 5:30-9:00 pm in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Gallery Crawl.
Peter Calaboyias, Northside And Beyond runs from January 21, 2014 through March 21, 2014 at Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild. A reception and artist talk are scheduled for Thursday, February 20th from 6 – 8 pm. This event is free and open to the public.
Born in Icaria, Greece, artist and educator Peter Calaboyias studied at Penn State, IUP and CMU. The beginning phase of his 33-year teaching career was spent on Pittsburgh’s Northside. His paintings and sculptures have been exhibited worldwide, and locally his best known works include “Silver Grid Wall” at the Pittsburgh International Airport, and “Five Factors” which resides in Mellon Park.
Sharif Bey: Here & Now runs from October 7, 2013 through January 3, 2014 at Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild. A reception and artist talk are scheduled for Thursday, October 17th from 6 – 8 pm. This event is free and open to the public.
Sharif Bey is an Assistant Professor of Art Education at Syracuse University. Bey earned his PhD in Art Education from Penn State University. He holds an M.F.A in Studio Art from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a B.F.A, in ceramics, from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania. Bey is a teaching artist with extensive experience in ceramics and art teacher training and has facilitated collaborative opportunities for adults and K-12 students in museums, arts centers, schools and universities throughout the United States. In addition to being an active teacher and contributing to multiple peer reviewed journals as a scholar, reviewer and editor, Bey continues to exhibit nationally and internationally. Recently he completed a commission of three large-scale sculptures for the United States Embassy in Khartoum, Sudan and has also represented the United States in Vendsyssel, Denmark’s SCANCERM international exhibition. As a Fulbright scholar Bey was an artist in residence at The Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Slovakia in 2003-2004. Additionally Bey has served as a resident artist at The McColl Center for Visual Art in Charlotte, North Carolina, Hunter College in New York City, and the Vermont Studio Center. Bey studio work ranges from decorative/functional pottery to conceptual wearable ceramic works, which are influenced by ritual and identity.