Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Friday, October 2, 2009
Friday, August 28, 2009
Following "Look Pumpkin, winter is coming" ....Now through November 30, enjoy the end-of-season sales and clearances on home-grown art, unique antiques and curious collectibles @ ARTica plus tons coming into the store for the holidays!
Sign up for Fall Classes @ ARTica's "Store Front University"
DEC THE HALLS with Origami! Thursday, Dec 3 7-9 p.m.
A workshop with local artist, Susan Constanse. Make decorative boxes for small gifts or ornaments for your tree. Cost $6 per person
Register by e-mail: email@example.com
THANKS FOR MAKING OUR COOKING CLASSES A SUCCESS!
Culinary Arts--Cold Cooking.... In this series of 4 classes, East End Chefs show you how to prepare Great foods as the weather chills. Mondays in October.
October 5. First class-- "Autumn BBQ" with Chef TJ from Z-Best , 6 to 8 p.m. $7 per class gets you a seat, a beverage and food samples. ---class completed, next class 10/12
October 12, "My Fav Marinades." Vegan Chef Steve Harlow from Brillo Box gives salads some edge and shows how to take Tofu from Wimpy to Awesome with his "Take Another Look at Tofu!" Bring a notebook!
October 19, Charles Smith of the Culinary Artists Catering Group prepares Thai Curry Pumpkin Bisque and Warm Wild Mushroom Salad with crumbled Goat Cheese.
October 26, Executive Chef, Mike Flom from the Sausalido restaurant in Bloomfield comes to ARTica to show you how to prepare an easy Napa Valley dish for the holidays.
Sew, You Want to Make a Quilt Ages 18+
(TBA in January 2010)
Make a quilt--Break the rules! CreateImprov Log Cabins your way! Design your instruction time around our flexible schedule!
Bring fabric assortment or cotton clothing, needle thread and scissors; some fabric supplied. $20 person or buddy program 2/$35
Chat and bond for free! Bring snacks and beverages for your comfort;
(includes follow-up classes in coming weeks to check your progress, and help you complete your quilt; Plus opportunity to join our ARTica quilt show for Mother's day in May 2010!)
To resister by e-mail or to ask questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Thursday, June 4, 2009
LESS is MORE 2: The Little Art Show--EXPANDED-- Work by Constanse, Gyre, Gregio, Kemp, Strovers, Bethea, Weirzbowski and Fair!
Join us @ ARTica on Friday, July 3 for Less is MORE--EXPANDED. Our show which debuted last month was so much fun, we're expanding it into July. Come find out the real meaning of downsize! Our four featured artists represent a mix of mediums from femo to found objects. And we're adding the art of Christine Bethea, Richard Weirzbowski, a regular at ARTica, a return of Rene Fair from last fall's "Art Seen" and as promised in January--there's more of Robert Strovers! It shows to go ya that thinking small isn't such a bad idea. Also try some small art for yourself and add it to our "Gallery on Demand" Come enjoy another great evening of music, munchies, friends and all that! It's all @ ARTica from 7 pm to 10 pm, 5110 Penn Avenue 15224.
Saturday, May 23, 2009
"It's been great working with such an innovative company," said Christine Bethea, Passports' Director. "They've shown what business and arts can do, if they just shake hands."
Friday, May 8, 2009
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Quilts, Art and Other Women's Work: An Exhibition and "Artonomic" Stimulus Sale--Featuring RED BULL Energy Drinks and National Contest Information
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
(RE)Opens March 6, 2009
@ ARTica Art and Antiques
5110 Penn Avenue 7-9:30 pm
during Unblurred Art Crawl
The "eastern" Segments of "Seeing Pittsburgh" which ran through January 31, 2009 in celebration of Pittsburgh's 250th anniversary at the Rivers of Steel at the Bost Building, is coming to the ARTica Gallery thanks to the Passports Project! Originally, "Seeing Pittsburgh" showcased 44 Pittsburghers from eleven neighborhoods who, armed with cameras and the instructions to show us what defines their community, photographed the good, the bad, the new, the old, the physical, the emotional... and everything that defined their neighborhood. Come to Penn Avenue's Unblurred Art Crawl event on March 6 from 7-10 p.m and see it all again! ARTica is proud to host segments of the show which include, Bloomfield, Lawrenceville, Squirrel Hill, Point Breeze and the Hill District. The exhibit is up Thurdsays through Saturdays until March 28, 2009, or by appt.
Monday, January 26, 2009
Passports is assisting the Office of Public Art in coordinating a special art opportunity for Hill District or Uptown Youth Groups called Construction as Canvas for the
Sports & Exhibition Authority. Check back with us to see how artists can get involved, too. Also don't miss an opportunity to have your art seen 365/24-7 on the Artist Listserv!