exhibits

strange enchantments
a midsummer night’s art exhibition

A Night of Poetry and Spoken Word on July 6th opens this month long exhibit that explores themes of enchantment, dream life, strangeness, and the uncanny at Black Forge Coffeehouse.

IN BETWEEN THE MIDDLE:
A #NOTWHITE COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION

Buen Vivir Gallery for Contemporary Art in Buffalo, New York, hosts the #notwhite Collective in an exhibit that explores the complexities of cultural identity in America.

 
Image courtesy of Project-LOGUE, 2019

Image courtesy of Project-LOGUE, 2019

home language

FEATURING many of the numerous languages and cultures that call Pittsburgh home

March 2019

Project-LOGUE hosts this exhibition as it explores art as a universal language in the hopes of diminishing social and linguistic barriers, and to promote cultural inclusion, curiosity, interaction, and exchange in Pittsburgh.

Image design by Arielle Donelan

Image design by Arielle Donelan

Lunar
New Year

lunar new year/ Tết / Seol-Nal Community Celebration

February 2019

Everyday Cafe hosts Pittsburgh Asian American and Pacific Islander artists in an exhibit Pittsburgh’s Homewood. 70% of proceeds will go to Fondo Solidario (Pittsburgh Solidarity Fund), a local bail fund to support people in immigration detention in PA.

Image design by @insomniadoodles

Image design by @insomniadoodles

rib of man:
the culture of true womanhood

AN EXHIBIT exploring womanhood and femininity

November 2018

Carlow University features the work of artists from the #notwhite Collective in an exhibit that explores womanhood and femininity through themes such as strength, violence, renewal, and multiculturalism.

 
Image Courtesy of Mindscapes PGH

Image Courtesy of Mindscapes PGH

MINDSCAPES

EXPLORING THE INTERSECTION OF THE LIVED EXPERIENCE & SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF MENTAL ILLNESS

October 2018

Mindscapes PGH's exhibit at Level Up Studios in Garfield was supported by The Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh, Brain Institute, Department of Psychology, and Center for Neuroscience (CNUP)), Carnegie Mellon University (Brain Hub) and Center for Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC).

Sara Tang, 2018

Sara Tang, 2018

COOL GREEN ART

AN ECO-THEMED SHOW
SHOWCASING SUSTAINABLE ART

August 2018

Cool Green Art was launched with a medley of sustainable art, music, and the launch of the Hilltop Gardener's Report at Black Forge Coffeehouse in Pittsburgh's Allentown neighborhood.

 
Sara Tang, 2018

Sara Tang, 2018

CENTRAL

EXPLORATION OF CULTURAL
& ECOLOGICAL IDENTITY
AS INHERENT TO OUR HERITAGE

May 2018

Central was an exhibition curated and presented by the #notwhite Collective 
at the 28th Annual Heartwood Forest Council's Edge Effects in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, May 2018.

Sara Tang, 2018

Sara Tang, 2018

IN BETWEEN THE MIDDLE

SHOWCASING MULTIRACIAL ARTISTS
who do not fit neatly
into cultural categories
or consensus boxes

January 2018

In Between the Middle was an inaugural exhibition curated and presented by the #notwhite Collective 
at the Brew House Association in Pittsburgh's historic Southside.