Sweetwater's has an exciting schedule of events this Spring that are offered for free and are open to the public.
In March, our gallery will host two exhibitions as a part of the National Council on Education for the Ceramics Arts Conference that takes place in Pittsburgh this year. Ash & Flash and 50 Bowls/50 States/50 Woodfires will both open on March 12th, with the artist receptions scheduled for Friday, March 16th.
Corners of Thought, a curated exhibition with the support of the Pittsburgh Foundation, will feature of site specific installations throughout Sweetwater's historic building, and will be exhibited March 29th - April 28th. This exhibition coincides with the Sewickley Spring Gallery Walk and Art Blooms, The Village Garden Club of Sewickley's flower show on Friday, April 27th from 6pm - 9pm.
Spring LUXE is Sweetwater's Spring Pop-Up Jewelry Boutique fundraiser and will feature handmade jewelry from a variety of local artists! Shop the sale Thursday, April 26th through Saturday, April 28th.
Sweetwater Center for the Arts cordially invites you to partake in the inaugural Spring “No-Show Art Show” We were planning to invite to you to the most extravagant exhibition opening of the season. We had intended to curate artists from all over the world to showcase never before seen works of fine art. We were going to …
Join us for the Opening Reception of Mountain Muse and a live performance by Amy Melissen. There is a long history of creativity and craft making in the Appalachian Mountain region. Traditional crafts have thrived among its residents since the first …
Meet local art dealer and self-diagnosed art addict, Jeffrey Jarzynka as he leads a discussion on viewing, buying, collecting art. The lecture will highlight what to look for, how to get started, and tips on how to connect with reputable …
When you or a family member is looking to take an art class, view an exhibition, or attend a cultural event, where do you turn? If you're like most in our community, you go to Sweetwater Center for the Arts.
$1,000 provides enough materials to fund a semester-long community outreach program.
$500 allows two senior citizens to take an oil painting class.
$250 provides enough clay for every student in an 8-week ceramics class.
$200 will send a child to summer camp for a week.
$100 provides the food for a culinary workshop.
$50 provides materials for two weeks of painting camps.