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The Distillery 5 Exhibition, a culmination of the Brew House Association’s six-month professional development program, showcases the innovative work of five artists, Aimee Manion, Meghan Olson, Jaci Rice, Kara Skylling and Ryan Woodring. The Distillery 5 Exhibition will be held at the Brew House’s newly reopened gallery space at 2100 Mary Street in the South Side (2 blocks off Carson on S. 21st).
The opening reception is this upcoming Saturday March 5th from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
The closing reception will be on March 26th, 7-11pm with live music.
“This is the fifth year of the Distillery Program hosted by the Brew House Association. Known by some as an artist in residency, the Distillery Program is truly designed to support the careers of emerging artists living in Pittsburgh with artistic and professional development seminars. The program offers a series of bi-monthly meetings, lectures and critiques for emerging artists over a six month period of time. There are five artists in this years program who have been given studio space at the Brew House and paired up with a one on one mentor. The group has two exhibitions in the course of the program, the show on March 5th will be the capstone of this years program.”