As I sit an watch the snow starting to come down, I don’t know if I’ll make it to this tonight. But if I brave the mounting snowfall, and I most likely will, this is where I’m headed. Part of the monthly Unblurred event on Penn ave, the Unstilled exhibition opens tonight at The Schmutz Lodge, and will close at the next Unblurred event in March. So if you also happen to brave the snow tonight, head just a block off Penn to check out this show.

“The Distillery 4 Program, in collaboration with the Schmutz Lodge, presents the work of eight artists, uniting to overcome the loss of their residency studio. Work will be on display at the Schmutz Lodge, located at 5405 Broad Street in Garfield.

Unstill’d is a month-long project in which the artists were given a space and asked to respond to their current dislocation. The Schmutz Lodge, a performance and visual arts spectacle, opened their doors to the Distillery Program, and their building has served as both studio and exhibition space for the Distillery artists. Unstill’d includes site-specific installations and is curated by Distillery alumnus, Rose Clancy.”

Unstill’d represents the following artists:

Heather Pinson
Dave English
Becky Slemmons
Carlea Cannon
Nikki Rosato
Rachel Debuque
Lenka Clayton
Ashley Andrews

Gallery Details
The Schmutz Lodge is at 5405 Broad Street, Garfield
Opening Reception: February 5th 6-10 PM, during Unblurred
Closing Reception: March 5th 6-10 PM, during Unblurred
Gallery can be visited by appointment only. To schedule an appointment contact: (412) 759-4242


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One Response to Unstilled

  1. Thanks so much for posting about the event – we got such an amazing turn out even with the snowpocalypse!

    The work that these artists did was just amazing so it is really no wonder that we had so many people come to the event but still – that snow is crazy out there!

    If you missed out then be sure to come to the closing – hopefully this snow will have melted by then. Thanks again!

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