For seven years, MCG Youth & Arts has taken Pittsburgh high school students to Yellowstone National Park at no cost to them due to the support of Park Journeys, Inc. and Yellowstone Forever. This four-day trip is an opportunity for >>> read more
“Carson Ellis: Selected Works” presents a collection of original drawings, prints, and illustrations by bestselling author and illustrator Carson Ellis. The featured works—selected by Ellis—showcase the artist’s signature style through a range of traditional mediums. Concert posters, album covers, book >>> read more
HundrED has officially published their Pittsburgh Spotlight report and videos featuring MCG Youth & Arts! These materials will help educators from around the world learn from what’s happening here in Pittsburgh and replicate it in their own contexts. Download the >>> read more
MCG isn’t just for kids! Come relax, connect, and create in the evenings… Courses A Wheel Wild Time! Sept 24 – Oct 29 (6 classes) Tuesdays, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. Tuition: $120 Materials Fee: $60 Teaching Artist: Talon Smith >>> read more
Inspiring Makers celebrates the multiple roles educators play: teacher, mentor, and maker. Historically this exhibition showcases the creative talents from MCG Youth & Arts’ teaching artists from the Design, Digital, Photography, and Ceramics studios. This year Pittsburgh Public School visual >>> read more
Pittsburgh is the first U.S. city to have been selected for an international spotlight on education innovation by renowned global non-profit HundrED, and Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild is one of twelve organizations chosen to represent the high concentration of creative educational >>> read more
We at Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild would like to invite you, your family, and your friends to our Accomplishment 37 reception and Spring 2019 Family Night on Thursday, May 30, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. By attending, you’ll have >>> read more
Congratulations to all the winners, and thank you to all of our sponsors, award donors, and attendees.
Thank you for coming to the 2019 MCGI!
Thanks to our student, Ivan Flores, for the event photography.