Pizza and Pittsburgh-inspired art – what could be a better combination?
Parents can drop off kids in 3rd through 8th grade for a quick dinner, followed by a hands-on exploration of the History Center’s collection of prints, paintings, and photographs to see how artistic techniques and the city have changed.
Kids can try the methods of Pittsburgh-born or trained artists and make a charcoal print of the Smoky City, screen print part of Pittsburgh’s skyline, and use the plein air approach to make a sketch of the lights and shadows of downtown from the History Center’s vantage points.
Register online by Thursday, May 9 to reserve a spot and pizza.
History Center members, use the promo code HHCMEMBER for a 30% discount.
For more information, please contact Nate Rodda at email@example.com or 412-454-6433.
Remake Learning Days
Lights and Shadows: Making Pittsburgh Art at Night is part of Remake Learning Days 2019. You can learn more about events in the Pittsburgh area on the Remake Learning Days website.