Artica, a project of Passports, is located at 5110 Penn Avenue in the Friendship/Garfeild business district
Gallery Policies: Artica is always looking for new artists for upcoming exhibts and in-house displays. Call for an appointment to have us review your art. Art must be picked up in 30 days from the end date of any show or exhibition or art/sculpture/ installation et. al becomes the property of Artica Gallery and its owner.
It our stuff's outside--We're inside!
Also see us by appt because we're out advocating for art in Pittsburgh!
ALWAYS OPEN FOR lst FIRDAYS @ "UBLURRED" ART CRAWLS ON PENN AVE (Except GA/GI Fest 2012, April 6)
OUR MISSION AND VISION
To enlighten, empower and enrich community through the arts.
Support for diversity in the arts and artists of diverse abilities in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Engage partners from private, non-profit and governmental sectors in creating arts awareness and job opportunities for artists.
Enrich and educate youth and community through on-going arts collaborations and innovative cultural projects.
Promote the use of artistic innovation in the green and technology industries.
Passports Recognized by The Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council!
Passports: The Art Diversity Project An organization of artists of many disciplines located in Southwestern, Pennsylvania.
ARTicaGallery and Antiques is a collaborative which supports Passport's projects and the efforts of emerging and underserved artists. ADDRESS: 5110 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224 Phone: 412-596-6521
Passports Co-Founders: Christine Bethea and Brenda Brown
SPRING 2010: Pittsburgh's First Art and Technology Festival
Friday, April 2 of 2010, the GA/GI (pronounced GAHgee) is Geek Arts and Green Innovators Festival-- the first arts and technology fest in the city of Pittsburgh with Passports Art Diversity Project serving as organizer and promoter. "We're excited to be doing this for the city," said Brenda Brown, Passports Co-founder. "It's high time, we showcased what this city has to offer in technology and ecology on a level where average people can see it, touch it and get involved."Instead of taking the festival to some lofty downtown site, Passports plans to utilize a popular monthly art crawl in the east end of Pittsburgh known as "Unblurred" for the event venue. Unblurred pulls its audienace from all over Southwest Pennsylvania with several neighborhoods within walking or bike riding distance distance. Plans for events include a fashion show with Eco wear and LED-lighted clothing, an Art Robots Show; technogy exhibitions, a fuel efficient car show, and vendors from a variety of eco-friendly companies.For additional information on how to get involved visit the GA/GI site. or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Passports Supports Adam Keene's Artz Explosion @ Duquesne University
With little else but a handshake and a smile, Passports agreed to support Adam Keene during a hurried discussion at the Art Kings of the Hill Exhibition last December. Several months later, we completed our collaborations by providing art and promotional support for Adam's, Artz Explosion held on April 23rd, 2009. An event in support of raising funds to combat world hunger. Passports saltues Adam for his global efforts and beautifully, spirited event! More details at http://www.arts15219.blogspot.com/