Rivertowne Brewing Company Partners with The Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Can/Art Collaboration

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Contacts:
Jenn Weir, Brand Builder
Rivertowne Brewing
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Jenn.Weir@MyRivertowne.com

Claire Ertl, Director of Marketing & Public Relations
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art
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certl@thewestmoreland.org

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Sample of aluminum can kinetic sculpture that participants in The Westmoreland’s April Pop-Up Studio with artist Paula Schutte will create.

GREENSBURG, PA, Friday, March 4, 2016 – Rivertowne Brewing is proud to sponsor The Westmoreland Museum of American Art’s opening reception for Telling Tales: Stories and Legends in 19th-century American Art. This in-kind sponsorship of craft beer will serve not only as a refreshment offering at the March 5th exhibition opening from 6:30-8pm, but the empty cans will be upcycled after the event at the Museum’s April Pop-Up Studio. In this upcoming studio hosted by artist Paula Schutte participants will manipulate metal, twist wire, bend, cut, fold, and pound aluminum cans to create their own Alexander Calder-inspired bird in flight. This upcycling of materials adheres to both the Brewery’s and Museum’s mission of green operations.

About Rivertowne Brewing
The first Rivertowne restaurant was established in 2002 and the company began brewing beer in 2007. Rivertowne currently brews eight year round craft beers as well as several seasonals, beers on nitrogen, and brewmaster reserve beers. Rivertowne beers can be found at any of the three restaurants, the brew pub in Monroeville, at the brewery taproom in Export, at the Hall of Fame Club in PNC Park, and in venues throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, West Virginia, North Carolina, and Florida.

About The Westmoreland Museum of American Art
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, located at 221 N. Main Street in Greensburg, PA, recently completed a major renovation and expansion with its grand reopening having taken place on October 24 and 25, 2015. The Westmoreland’s collections include works by major American artists from four centuries, including its newest collection of post-1950 artwork. More information is available at thewestmoreland.org.

 

LINKS:

RIVERTOWNE BREWING: www.MyRivertowne.com/Brewing

THE WESTMORELAND MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART: http://thewestmoreland.org/

OPENING RECEPTION: http://thewestmoreland.org/event/telling-tales-stories-and-legends-in-19th-century-american-art-opening-reception/

POP-UP STUDIO: http://thewestmoreland.org/event/pop-up-studio-with-paula-schutte/

 

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