This postindustrial 2,780 sq ft gallery is an unparalleled environment within the South Side for the exhibition of visual and performance art. The Gallery specializes in showcasing and empowering local artists, but has also presented exhibitions featuring national and international artists. The Gallery is a spacious event venue for any personal or business occasion. 

Gallery Hours:

Thursday 2pm – 7pm, Friday 11am-4pm, Saturday 11am-4pm + By appointment.

Please contact info@brewhousearts.org to schedule a visit outside of regular hours.

On view:

poster for exhibition with abstract pink, purple, and pastel colors with a gold flower. Artist names and details throughout.
poster by Mary Mack

The Self, Realized: Queering the Art of Self-Portraiture

January 10 – February 9, 2019

curated by Hannah Turpin

Free public opening reception Thursday, January 10th, 2019; 5pm-8pm

This exhibition, the first in Brew House Association’s Prospectus series, features fourteen LGBTQ+ identified artists that embrace the self-actualizing power of self-portraiture. Through a selection of artworks that push beyond traditional two-dimensional representation into sculpture, video, and installation, the exhibition presents the artists’ identities as multidimensional, multilayered, and unique.

Upcoming:

photograph of man reading, sitting straight on, shown to knees with purple and pink backdrop.
Ruthie Stringer, Tyrone Reading, photograph

This is Not Romantic

February 21 – March 23, 2019

curated by Dana Bishop-Root

Free public opening reception on Thursday, February 21, 2019; 5pm-8pm

The exhibition highlights the work of three artists whose lives have intersected at the Braddock Carnegie Library. Through photography, sound and multimedia works, the exhibition asks viewers to consider how access, agency and confinement influence physical, social and metaphorical relationships within various landscapes.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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