Don’t miss the new art show at the Brew House this Friday, December 14th. Projects made by Pittsburghers in the Brew House Robot 250 workshop will be unveiled. Also on display will be work by members of the Rossum’s Robotic Art Collective and Doug Hill. The reception runs from 7pm to 10pm and is FREE and open to the public. Refreshments and music will also be provided.
The Brew House Association
2100 Mary Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
The Uncanny Valley Rally is an exhibition of work from the Rossum’s Robotic Art Collective. Participating Rossum’s artists include Jennifer Gooch, Joey Hays, Ian Ingram, Greg Satul, Tiffany Sum, Rexy Tseng, Gregory Witt, Derk Wolmuth and Garth Zeglin. Also participating in the show is Doug Hill, a self taught artist who makes complex mechanical sculptures out of cardboard and the participants of the Robot 250 Brew House Open Studio taught by Tom Sarver and Ian Ingram.
Robot 250 is an educational, research and celebratory project being developed to coincide with Pittsburgh’s 250th anniversary celebration. Student workshops, open studios for local artists and the curious, giant public robotic sculptural installations, tours, and exhibitions will highlight our region’s leadership position in robotics education, research, invention, manufacture and art.
Space 101 activities are free and open to the public. Exhibitions are made possible by the Small Arts Initiative of the Heinz Endowments, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, an anonymous donor and
individual contributions. The BHA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.