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In the Water May 2023

Executive Director Christine Brondyke shares her favorite bloopers from this week’s episode of In the Water. We sold out Let Them Cook! Thank you to everyone from the community who came out to celebrate with us. We also were able to purchase a new kiln

Sweetwater receives Heinz Endowments grant

SEWICKLEY — Sweetwater Center for the Arts in Sewickley has received grant approval from the Heinz Endowments to support the establishment of an Artist Council that will augment diversity and inclusion in its community-based programming, increase accessibility for local artists in the community, and offer high-quality
Christine Brondyke stands in front of one of Sarah Simmons' dress from her Portraits exhibit.

In the Water April 2023

Sarah Simmons’ exhibition “Portraits” will be on display until April 28th. During late April and early May, we are pleased to offer metal smithing classes. Additionally, our teaching kitchen is hosting taco and salsa classes, as well as several culinary classes tailored specifically for teenagers.

In the Water March 2023

For March’s episode, Executive Director Christine Brondyke is in our ceramic studio discussing: Sarah Simmons as our solo exhibitionist and Artist Guild host, the opening of Summer Camp registration, Let them Cook, and accepting applications for Mavuno. Support your local art community by becoming a

In the Water February 2023

February brings new classes, a new instructor exhibit, Folk February, the return of the Artist Guild OFFSITE and more. Thanks to Executive Director, Christine Brondyke, for the monthly update! Support your local art community by becoming a donor. For more information, click here.

In the Water January 2023

An eco-art series is underway, expect a new exhibit starting Feb. 3, a music series to celebrate the art of folk music, and the new classes catalog is making its way to homes all in our 1st #inthewater of 2023…..ENJOY and visit our updated website