The August Wilson Center for African American Culture presents an ongoing schedule of richly textured, vibrantly focused exhibits.
Located throughout the building, The Center's two main exhibit halls and five named gallery spaces house cultural contributions from local, regional, and national luminaries in various disciplines of visual art.
As a visitor to our innovative REMIX exhibit you, too, can express yourself creatively by designing and sharing a video collage that will capture the artistic spirit of Pittsburgh's African American heritage.
Questions? E-mail VisualArts@AugustWilsonCenter.org
March 15 - June 29, 2013 | Tues. - Sat. 11 am - 6 pm | Ticketing fees vary
SOLO Exhibits features three individual exhibitions of fiber art, printmaking, painting and sculpture by Leslie Ansley, Jo-Anne Bates and Tina Brewer. Each artist has drawn inspiration from inward journeys recalling African heritage, reflecting on the Diaspora, or literal pilgrimages to the African continent.