Treader’s Choice: Soul Factory Motown at the Museum

Treading Art has been putting together an amazing list of weekend events around Pittsburgh.  Each week we will highlight one of those events here on IheartPGH and link you back over to Treading Art’s weekly events post.

This weeks Treader’s Choice event:

Soul Factory: Motown at the Museum

It’s here – the annual Urban Garden Party at the Mattress Factory! Come out to honor the Detroit artists from MF’s fall show and get down Motown style. This year promises to be extra flashier as it’s the museums 35th anniversary. Costumes galore, photo booth extraordinaire, tasty local delights, Vancouver based dj The Gaff, a groovin’ dance floor,  and a lot of sparkle.

The Mattress Factory @ 500 Sampsonia Way – Mexican War Streets

7-11pm // $75-100

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From artist studio tours to in-depth interviews, TreadingArt.com offers a wide range of Pittsburgh-centric content focused on the arts and culture. The website is a resource for Western PA residents to learn about and engage with their creative communities. This includes everything from music, food and brews to visual art and literature. Features such as photography posts, local guides or exhibition reviews invite residents to participate in the redevelopment of their city or stay informed of the excitement directly from the website. The Weekend Treadings is another unique feature to Treading Art. Every week we produce a curated list of events that highlights distinct experiences happening around town from Thursday through Sunday. This is available every Thursday and can be viewed on the website or delivered to your inbox. The Weekend Treadings newsletter also gives readers an opportunity to receive exclusive invitations to Treading Art produced events. Treading Art is run by Christine Smith and Melissa LuVisi, both of whom are transplants from Northern California. We were drawn to Pittsburgh by its thriving arts community, large number of working artists and the welcoming environment for entrepreneurs. Immediately upon moving here we felt a connection with the city’s sense of pride and collaborative nature.

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