Current Exhibitions:

Lay Bare, Curated by Zeal Eva, February 2 – April 1, 2023

Opening Reception: Thursday, February 2 (6-8:30 pm)

Lay Bare explores the Black experience through the lens of Black women by asking selected artists, Who would you be if you could be your most authentic self? The resulting exhibition speaks to the artists’ current lived and imagined experiences and to the constant duality of both, creating space for others and taking space for the self. This exhibition looks to transform the gallery space into a hub for creative thought, interaction, conversation, and deeper understanding of the Black femme community that exists within Pittsburgh. Exhibiting artists include Black Girl Absolute, Karlissia Council, Ivory Eddins, Juliandra Jones (PBJ Customs), Evangeline Mensah-Agyekum, Bekezela Mguni, Jameelah Platt, and Rell Rushin. Lay Bare is curated by Zeal Eva as part of Brew House Association’s Prospectus Emerging Curator program.


Glass Box Vitrine:
Marky III (2023), Tony Balko

The Glass Box vitrine is located to the right of the Brew House Gallery, in the lobby to the Brew House Lofts. Works by local artists are on public display for approximately 5 months. If you’re interested in exhibiting your work here, check out our Artist Call.


Upcoming Exhibitions:

Distillery Exhibition, April 20 – June 17, 2023

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 20 (6-8:30 pm)

A group show featuring our resident artists. For more information about the Distillery Emerging Artist Residency, check out our Distillery page.

AAP New Member Exhibition, June 29 – September 9, 2023

Opening Reception: Thursday, June 29 (6-9 pm)

2023 New Members of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh.


Past Exhibitions:

Explore our archive of past exhibitions.


Brew House Association’s unique postindustrial 2,700 sq. ft. gallery features a wide range of exhibitions from local artists to cutting edge installations by contemporary artists from across the US and beyond. The Brew House Gallery features a mix of changing exhibitions organized both in-house such as the annual Distillery emerging artist showcase, and offering exhibition space to local guilds and artist organizations to exhibit artwork. Exhibitions at the Brew House strive to foster pathways for collaboration and exchange, offer an accessible atmosphere for experimentation, and to increase social awareness through representation of non-mainstream perspectives. Visiting the gallery is always free and open to the public.


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