107th Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Annual

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Established in 1910, the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh (AAP) is the oldest and largest visual arts group, with over 500 artist members, in the country and 2019 marks its 107th Annual, the longest continuing survey exhibition of regional art. The juried exhibition was planned by Madeline Gent, Executive Director of AAP, and juried by Juana Williams, Exhibitions Curator for the Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

107th Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Annual features 53 artists who work and live throughout western Pennsylvania, including Canonsburg, Carnegie, Erie, Fairview, Gibsonia, Girard, Glenshaw, Greensburg, Grove City, Indiana, Johnstown, Mercer, Millvale, Murrysville, Pittsburgh, Sewickley, Slippery Rock, Trafford, and Wilkinsburg. Forty-nine of the works will be on view at The Westmoreland and four installations will be displayed at Seton Hill University’s Arts Center.

The 107th Associated Artist of Pittsburgh Annual is on view from
November 9, 2019 – January 26, 2020 in the Museum’s Cantilever
Gallery. The four installations at the Seton Hill University Arts
Center are on view through early December. The Arts Center
is located about a half mile from the Museum in downtown
Greensburg (205 West Otterman Street, Greensburg, PA 15601).
Public hours are Monday through Thursday, 1-8pm, Friday 1-3pm
and Sunday 1-4pm.

To read a full interview with Juana Williams conducted by AAP
staff member Jamie Earnest, visit aapgh.org/blog/juana-williams

107th Associated Artist of Pittsburgh Annual Artists
Atticus Adams (Pittsburgh)
Theresa Antonellis (Grove City, Slippery Rock)
Pati Beachley (Pittsburgh, Greensburg)
Cory Bonnet (Pittsburgh)
Sheila Cuellar-Shaffer (Greensburg)
Kathleen DePasse (Pittsburgh)
Margot Dermody (Pittsburgh)
Ron Donoughe (Pittsburgh)
Dan Droz (Pittsburgh)
Haylee Ebersole (Pittsburgh, Wilkinsburg)
Tom Ferraro (Erie)
Carolyn Frischling (Sewickley)
Tyler Gaston (Indiana, Pittsburgh)
Rebecca Harmon (Pittsburgh)
Richard Harydzak (Murrysville)
Heather Heitzenrater (Pittsburgh)
Mia Tarducci (Pittsburgh)
Joshua Hogan (Pittsburgh)
Tazim Jaffer (Girard)
Alejandro Jimenez (Pittsburgh)
Adam Linn (Pittsburgh)
Cara Livorio (New Kensington)
Scott Lloyd (Greensburg)
Stephanie Martin (Johnstown, Mercer)
Nancy McNary-Smith (Pittsburgh)
Joan Milsom (Pittsburgh)
Sandra Moore (Glenshaw)
Ellen Chisdes Neuberg (Pittsburgh)
Ronald Nigro (Trafford)
Katie Ott (Pittsburgh, Indiana)
Susan Palmisano (Pittsburgh, Indiana)
Mark Panza (Millvale)
Brian Pardini (Fairview)
Leah Patgorski (Pittsburgh)
Garry Pyles (Pittsburgh)
Katie Rearick (Pittsburgh)
Dafna Rehavia (Pittsburgh)
Christopher Ruane (Murrysville)
Nicole Renee Ryan (Pittsburgh, Mercer)
Rachel Saul Rearick (Pittsburgh)
Patrick Schmidt (Pittsburgh)
Jeff Schwarz (Pittsburgh)
Phiris Kathryn Sickels (Pittsburgh)
Louise  Silk (Pittsburgh)
Nellie Lou Slagle (Pittsburgh)
Randie Snow (Pittsburgh)
Marc Snyder (Greensburg)
Mia Tarducci (Pittsburgh)
Benjamin Thomas (Pittsburgh)
Eva Trout (Canonsburg, Carnegie)

Support for this exhibition has been provided by the Hillman
Exhibition Fund of The Westmoreland Museum of American Art.