PITTSBURGH GLASS CENTER
5472 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Pittsburgh Glass Center is a school,
gallery and state-of-the-art glass studio.
World-renowned artists come here to
Take a class or workshop this fall or join us for one of these events:
make studio glass art. People interested
in learning more about glass come here
to take a class, explore the contemporary
gallery and watch live hot glass
demonstrations. One of the top glass
art facilities in the U.S., Pittsburgh Glass
Center is a hidden gem in Pittsburgh that
bridges the City’s rich history in glass
with its creative future. Pittsburgh Glass
Center is located on Penn Avenue in the Friendship/Garfield neighborhoods.
• Play By the Fire, a night for teens to converge, create and collaborate,
• Art on Fire Celebration & Auction, PGC’s annual fundraiser, September 23
• Dissolution, a new exhibition by Jason Forck and Seth Clark,
October 7 – January 16
• Girl’s Night Out, a Make-It-Now ladies night, October 15
• Make-It-A-Date, a Make-It-Now date night, October 28
• Hot Jam, a free open house, November 4
• Holiday Glass Sale, festive and fabulous handmade glass for sale,
GLASS ART: We teach it. We create it. We promote it.
We support those who make it.
1300 Bingham St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203
412/431-CITY (2489), City TheatreCompany.org
From music venues that rock to eclectic
dining, the South Side offers endless
entertainment. But a destination for world
class performing arts? Just head one
block off Carson Street to City Theatre.
For over 40 years, they’ve produced
FALL ARTS GUIDE
contemporary works, including world
premieres of plays by Christopher Durang
and Billy Porter. For 2016/17 Artistic
Director Tracy Brigden crafted a six-
play season around the diverse voices
in theater today. In the dark and wickedly funny Broadway comedy Hand to
God (Sept. 24 - Oct. 16) a timid teenager finds himself possessed by his own
puppet. Actress Sharon Washington shares her story in the world premiere of
Feeding the Dragon (Oct. 22 - Nov. 20, 2016), a coming of age tale set in her
unique childhood home—The New York Public Library. Inspired by the life of
boxer Jack Johnson, The Royale (Jan. 21 - Feb. 12, 2017) goes ringside for
the fight of the century. Where art and humanity—and time-travel—intersect,
you’ll find the original new play The Guard (March 11-April 2, 2017). Proving
there is no right way to grieve, Wild With Happy (April 8 - May 7, 2017) is a
madcap adventure about a son searching for a fabulous way to say goodbye
to his mother. Ironbound (May 13 - June 4, 2017) tells the story of loss, hope,
and the American Dream through the lens of a Polish immigrant in a rusting
blue-collar town. Tickets start at $37.50.
5472 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
GLASS ART: WE TEACH IT. WE CREATE IT. WE PROMOTE IT. WE SUPPORT THOSE WHO MAKE IT.