Pittsburgh Gallery Crawl, Sept. 10

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The fall 2021 Gallery Crawl in the Pittsburgh Cultural District welcomes guests to five brand new gallery exhibitions and 20+ total performing and visual arts attractions spanning 14-square blocks. This special edition of the Crawl is part of Lights On!, a three-day celebration of the Cultural District.


Wood Street Galleries
601 Wood St
New Work by Matthew SchreiberExplore three new installations by Matthew Schreiber that incorporate drawing, performance, sculpture, video, and light intertwined with physics, technology, and the exploration of perception.
This Sacred Thing
Guest Curated by Sam Smith, Ian Brill, and Keith TassickThis show examines perspectives related to relics, ranging from the divine to the obsolete. The exhibit features work from 37 local and international artists and is curated by Pittsburgh-based artists.
937 Gallery
Among Women: Contemporary Art from Serbia
Exhibited for the first time in Pittsburgh, Among Women: Contemporary Art from Serbia presents the work of 11 female artists who are deeply connected to Belgrade, Serbia.
820 Gallery
The Coloured Section Black Artists’ CollectiveThe brain child of Crystal Noel Jalil, and curated by The Coloured Section’s Natiq & Zeal Eva, An<says>torsexplores the concept of ancestor veneration and how we receive the lessons of those who came before us.
707 Gallery
Remnants by Philip RostekAfter receiving his MFA at Carnegie Mellon University, Philip Rostek has exhibited regionally, nationally, and internationally. In his latest show, the artist explores his body of work through the lens of a “post-medical miracle” (a heart transplant).
Silent Disco featuring DJ Femi, DJ Nate da Barber, and Selecta
From 10 pm to midnight, dance to the beat from three DJs at this one-of-a-kind Silent Disco party at a special location to be announced soon. Silent Disco lets you choose who to jam to with a simple flick of a switch.
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Credit: Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
For more information and a map, check out the Gallery Crawl website.