Associated Artists of Pittsburgh opens new-members’ show Saturday | Program Notes

Associated Artists of Pittsburgh opens new-members’ show Saturday

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"Motherbird," a photograph by Joy Christiansen Erb - IMAGE COURTESY OF ASSOCIATED ARTISTS OF PITTSBURGH
  • Image courtesy of Associated Artists of Pittsburgh
  • "Motherbird," a photograph by Joy Christiansen Erb
"Desert Cranes," a hand-colored intaglio monoprint by Elizabeth Claire Rose - IMAGE COURTESY OF ASSOCIATED ARTISTS OF PITTSBURGH
  • Image courtesy of Associated Artists of Pittsburgh
  • "Desert Cranes," a hand-colored intaglio monoprint by Elizabeth Claire Rose
The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh holds an exhibit at the Mine Factory to showcase its newest members — those admitted during the spring screening or juried in for this year's annual, at the Carnegie Museum of Art.

The new show includes about 65 works by 35 participating artists include such widely exhibited local names as Ivette Spradlin, Clayton Merrell and Ed Parrish Jr. Other featured talents include Travis Mitzel, Andrew Allison, Elizabeth Claire Rose, Cristin Millett, Glen Gardner and Seth LeDonne.

The AAP, founded in 1910, is the oldest continuously exhibiting artist-membership organization in the U.S.

The New Members exhibit runs through Oct. 29.

The free opening reception will be help from 6-9 p.m. this Sat., Oct. 15. More info is here.

The Mine Factory is located at 201 N. Braddock Ave., in Point Breeze.

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