Open Studios

Have you ever wanted to explore beyond the gallery at Brew House and meet the artists who work out of our studios upstairs?  Now is your chance!

Explore the Distillery studios plus our Creative Cluster.   http://brewhousearts.org/cluster/

This is a drop in event, arrive anytime. The gallery will also be open to view GLARE.

POSTPONED! Batu Batu: A performance featuring Samira Mendoza

EVENT POSTPONED! – please check back for further details on a rescheduled date. 

Batu Batu will feature performers Samira Mendoza, Mobéy Lola Irizarry, & Shane Anthony aka the Universe Online.

The experience will take place at Brew House Association Gallery in association with the current exhibition, GLARE, featuring the work of seven artists in residence, including featured performer, Samira Mendoza.

Tickets are available on a sliding scale – all proceeds will go directly to performers. Please register by clicking the eventbrite link below.

About the performers:

Samira Mendoza is an interdisciplinary performance artist, curator, and educator based in Pittsburgh, PA. Their work centers improvisation through different mediums including sound, sculpture, organizing, and movement to investigate oppressive systems, familial history, and personal experiences. samiramendoza.com IG: @miraaasamiraaa

Mobéy Lola Irizarry (they/them) is a genderqueer composer, improviser, multi-instrumentalist, and transdisciplinary artist. Based in Brooklyn, they hail from the Puerto Rican diaspora in Hartford, CT, and are a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation. They make within the lineages of decolonial uprisings, collections of tiny mirrors at queer clubs, and the precolonial languages of the drum and the braid. mobeyirizarry.com  IG: @lola.machine

The Universe Online relies on disorientation and chopped synth samples which refuse to conform to any standard music structure. You’ll think the CD is scratched but you’ll be completely reminded you are listening to an MP3.   IG: @theuniverseonline

Radical Art Market – Dec. 18th and 19th

It’s your final chance to see the exhibition, Empathy is the Seed, Truth is the Water, Solidarity is the Bloomage presented in collaboration with Let’s Get Free

Learn more about the full schedule of events and exhibition here

Brew House Gallery will be filled with vendors including:

vendors include:

Radical Art Market – Dec. 18th and 19th

It’s your final chance to see the exhibition, Empathy is the Seed, Truth is the Water, Solidarity is the Bloomage presented in collaboration with Let’s Get Free

Learn more about the full schedule of events and exhibition here

Brew House Gallery will be filled with vendors including:

vendors include:

Roots Run Deep Exhibition Opening Weekend

Image: Styling by Mia Marshall. Photography by Joe Lowrey.

Join Brew House Association in celebrating opening weekend of the new exhibition, Roots Run Deep: A Contemporary Survey of African American Hair Culture.

Curated by Tara Fay Coleman.

Produced through the Prospectus program at Brew House Association.
Featuring the work of 16 Black artists, stylists, and cultural producers, Roots Run Deep looks at the ways in which Black hairstyles are tied to tradition and examines the historic influence of the past on modern styling practices today. Through photography, sculpture, and mixed media works, artists demonstrate how hair is used as a medium to articulate our creativity across the diaspora.

Featured artists include Nakeya Brown, Jordan Coyne, Kenyatta Crisp, Nick Drain, Quinn Hunter, Mia Marshall, Brianna Mims, Steven Montinar, Ayanna Nayo, Sharon Norwood, Mathias Rushin, Sharrell Rushin, Dominique Scaife, and Shori Sims.

To limit capacity during opening weekend, we are offering timed tickets.

 

 

COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES:

All visitors are required to wear a mask at all times. The gallery will be limiting capacity to 10 per half hour and visitors will be required to maintain social distancing guidelines.

If you are prohibited from wearing a mask for medical reasons, please schedule a private viewing outside of gallery hours. Private viewings are available to anyone who would like one. Email info@brewhousearts.org or call (412) 212-6650 with a requested date and time at least two days in advance to schedule an appointment.

Roots Run Deep Exhibition Opening Night

Image: Styling by Mia Marshall. Photography by Joe Lowrey.

Join Brew House Association in celebrating opening weekend of the new exhibition, Roots Run Deep: A Contemporary Survey of African American Hair Culture.

Curated by Tara Fay Coleman.

Produced through the Prospectus program at Brew House Association.
Featuring the work of 16 Black artists, stylists, and cultural producers, Roots Run Deep looks at the ways in which Black hairstyles are tied to tradition and examines the historic influence of the past on modern styling practices today. Through photography, sculpture, and mixed media works, artists demonstrate how hair is used as a medium to articulate our creativity across the diaspora.

Featured artists include Nakeya Brown, Jordan Coyne, Kenyatta Crisp, Nick Drain, Quinn Hunter, Mia Marshall, Brianna Mims, Steven Montinar, Ayanna Nayo, Sharon Norwood, Mathias Rushin, Sharrell Rushin, Dominique Scaife, and Shori Sims.

To limit capacity on opening night, we are offering timed tickets.

 

 

COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES:

All visitors are required to wear a mask at all times. The gallery will be limiting capacity to 10 per half hour and visitors will be required to maintain social distancing guidelines.

If you are prohibited from wearing a mask for medical reasons, please schedule a private viewing outside of gallery hours. Private viewings are available to anyone who would like one. Email info@brewhousearts.org or call (412) 212-6650 with a requested date and time at least two days in advance to schedule an appointment.

South Side Soup Contest VIP Reception

The Brew House Association will be a stop of the 2019 South Side Soup Contest, an annual fundraiser for Brashear Association and the South Side Chamber of Commerce. Tickets go on sale Feb. 2, 2019 at 12pm and are available through the event’s website below.

graphic with Save the Date February 16, 2019 for the South Side Soup Contest