In addition to educational programming, Sweetwater provides cultural programming that is open to the public and offered for free or for a nominal cost - including musical performances, educational lectures, and exhibitions featuring local, regional, national, and international artists. Through gallery exhibitions, educational programming, and fundraising events, Sweetwater supports over 300 emerging and professional artists, musicians, and teachers throughout the region annually.
Photographer Michael Haritan said he presents his work with the aim of educating those who see it. “I always had the approach that it was of value to generations to …Read More
As Ukraine continues to fight off an invasion by Russia that moves into its fourth month, Sweetwater Center for the Arts in Sewickley is hosting an event to support Ukrainians through these …Read More
Immerse your family in art with hands-on crafts and creative experiences with the Giant Eagle Creativity Zone. Part of Three Rivers Arts Festival, the Creativity Zone encourages kids of all ages …Read More
Editor’s note: The Nonprofit Corner is a new weekly listing of the Sewickley area’s nonprofit events and fundraisers. To have your information listed, email Sewickley Herald editor Katie Green at …Read More
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 Sponsors an event.
$750 Covers building operational costs, upkeep, and preservation.
$500 Provides technology updates and improvements.
$400 Aids Outreach Programs for at-risk youth and underserved communities.
$250 Sponsors a teaching artist.
$100 Supports the purchases of ceramic studio glazes and supplies.
$50 Provides one art supply package for classes and workshops.