Inspiring Makers, showcases the talented staff’s artwork, and celebrates the artist-mentoring relationships that form the basis of MCG Youth & Arts programming. The exhibit runs 8/22/16 – 9/30/17. Please join us for a public reception Friday, September 29 From 4:00 – >>> read more
Photography from MCG Youth & Arts high-school students who visited Yellowstone National Park. The opening reception is on September 23rd from 5:30 – 9:30 pm, in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Gallery Crawl. The exhibition runs from Friday, September >>> read more
As part of Allegheny Regional Asset District’s RADical Days initiative, you are invited to experience Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild on September 29th with jazz, gallery exhibitions, and more. Free admission, 4:30–6:30 pm.
We’re happy to be participating in National Clay Week, a week long online event that will bring the ceramics community together and engage artists and educators around the country. MCG will be streaming live on Instagram from 4:00 p.m. – >>> read more
Pixels features artwork created by high-school students the Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild digital arts studio. The exhibition runs from July 7 through September 7, 2017 at the Susan Zubik Welcome Center at Catholic Charities, 212 Ninth Street in the heart of downtown >>> read more
We would like to invite you, your family, and your friends to our Accomplishment 35 reception and Spring 2017 Family Night on Thursday, June 1, 2017 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. By attending, you’ll have the chance to see >>> read more
Check out “step up” photos from the 2017 MCG Invitational.
As part of Remake Learning, on Fri, May 19, 4:00-6:00pm you can tour Bill Strickland’s Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild, a world-class youth arts education facility that teaches ceramics, photography, design, and digital arts, including laser engraving and 3D printing.
MCG Youth & Arts was recently featured on The Reel Teens: Pittsburgh. Our segment begins around 19 minutes in. Check out www.thereelteens.com for more.
Photography 101 features dynamic images from first and second year students participating in the MCG Youth and Arts photography program. These high-school students engaged in both traditional film photography as well as digital photography. Students had the opportunity to experience >>> read more