The WCDC is working with Casey Droege Cultural Productions to transform the workshop space in our newly renovated headquarters located in the historic Lohr Building into a gallery-level display space for local, Wilkinsburg artists. The Art All Over program was launched in 2020 A partnership with the Sleeping Octopus Artist Initiative (SOAI). The initiative will celebrate and promote the many accomplished artists who live in the Wilkinsburg area.
In order to respect social distancing, the WCDC is embracing technology and social media to allow the public to enjoy local art in new ways. From the comfort of your home you can experience the exhibits through photos and a virtual artist talks and tours online. You can also visit the show in person with the artist.
works on display April 23rd – June 11th, 2022
In-person Gallery Hours:
Saturdays 12:00pm to 5:00pm
at the Lohr Gallery
725 Wood Street, Wilkinsburg PA 15221
May 4th, 6pm
Join us for an exhibit by Rell, open every Saturday from 12pm – 5pm at the Lohr Gallery from April 23rd to June 11th. A virtual artist talk will take place on May 4th.
Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Rell’s youth was spent studying as a classically trained singer in grades 6-12 at both Rogers Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) and Pittsburgh CAPA.
Rell’s work is a response to daily life and happenings in international pop culture. Using paint and/or fiber as mediums to process, reflect, and respond to Black/African American identity, beauty standards, and representation of Black people in global mass media.
Past Artists & Shows
Works by W. Randy Rice – Displayed February 12th, 2022 – April 2nd, 2022
All Unsaved Changes Will Be Lost by Centa Schumacher – Displayed November 6th, 2021 – January 22nd, 2022
Works by Kelly Malone – Displayed August 28th – October 16th, 2021
A Scrappy Quilt Show by Ada S. Cyrus – Displayed May 1st – June 26th, 2021
Travelogue by Tom Norulak – Displayed November 14th, 2020 – March 13th, 2021
Daybreak by Zoë Welsh – Displayed August 15th – November 7th, 2020
Creations by John Burt Sanders. Displayed June 30th – August 8th, 2020. Read Sanders’ full feature on the WCDC’s blog HERE.