The Society for Contemporary Craft in conjunction with Mindful: Exploring Mental Health Through Art is proud to sponsor a Literary Evening with author…Find out more »
Explore the role of art with autism populations. Meet youth with autism, artists and service providers engaging art as a method of healthy expression. Presented by Dr. Tammy Hughes.Find out more »
Craft new connections with a diverse crowd of young professionals at Contemporary Craft in the Strip District, an arts non-profit…Find out more »
FI2016 Juror Arturo Alonzo Sandoval: Remembrance and Transformation: Creating a Sense of Place Between Art and Craft
This special presentation is an overview of Arturo Alonzo Sandoval’s art from 1969 – 2015. Arturo Alonzo Sandoval is a fiber…Find out more »
Dr. Birmaher serves as the Director of the Child and Adolescent Anxiety Program and Co-Director of Child and Adolescent Bipolar…Find out more »
Join us on Saturday, March 12 as we bid farewell to Mindful" Exploring Mental Health Through Art.Find out more »
Join SCC in celebration of the opening of Fiberart International 2016! Featuring work by 78 established and emerging artists, this…Find out more »
Join us for an evening honoring SCC’s 45th Anniversary featuring an artist talk and new enamel work by Alex Raphael.Find out more »
WHAT: The WORLD'S LARGEST PAPER QUILT is being created right in SCC's backyard! This sustainable and creative paper making experience will be so BIG, so WET, and so FUN!
WHO: You! Please join artists Katy Dement, Albert Pantone, and Amy Masters while you are in the Strip as they'll be crowd sourcing the labor needed to create this ambitious project.
WHERE: The project will take place out doors in Contemporary Craft's adjacent parking lot at 2100 Smallman Street.
WHEN: July 1, 2 & 3 from 11:00am to 3:00pm each day
• Join us and bring your shredded paper
• Create handmade paper from trash
• Help the environment
• Be part of Pittsburgh's hand paper making movement!
• Break all records
• FREE and open to the public
Be one of the first to experience the Edward Eberle Retrospective.Find out more »
Contemporary Craft's RADical Day will take place on Saturday October 8, 2016. We invite you to discover the maker in you! Explore Edward Eberle’s striking porcelain sculptures in the gallery, get creative in our Drop-in Studio, and experiment with making handmade paper with local artist Katy Dement (from 11am-2pm).Find out more »
CRAFTED is an annual Contemporary Craft Store showcase and sale featuring a wide variety of ceramic tableware in an effort to encourage people to reflect on the relationship between the food we consume and the objects that hold it. This year’s event and sale will include over 100 pieces of work by 30 hand-selected ceramic artists from around the world.Find out more »
Join us in the studio for this FREE event. Learn some strategies for teaching hands-on learning while making something great!Find out more »
Inspired by Pittsburgh ceramic artist Edward Eberle’s black and white motifs, Contemporary Craft’s new salon-style speaker series – The Space Between – invites two local thought-leaders representing different viewpoints and backgrounds to discuss the role of creativity within their respective fields. Loosely organized around themes of language, the body, and food, each event joins together fascinating and buzz-worthy local cultural producers in an evening of inspiring and revealing conversation.Find out more »
Join us for an evening of Bluegrass, blue jeans, bourbon, and BBQ at Out of Hand, Contemporary Craft’s annual giving gala supporting free exhibitions, education, and arts programming for all ages. Earthy and emotive, the Bluegrass genre features a cultural blend of musical narratives focused on everyday life—a fitting backdrop for an evening celebrating craft, an accessible art form perfectly suited for creative storytelling and personal discovery.Find out more »
Join us for the opening of Oaths and Epithets as artist Sonya Clark leads viewers on an investigation of the inherent histories embedded in familiar materials ranging from human hair, to thread, to gold.Find out more »