8th Annual Evening of Arts for Autism
"All Together Separate"
October 3rd, 7:00pm
This year's theme: All Together Separate
This year's fundraiser will highlight an online performance from Iron City Circus Arts as well as a gallery show featuring Pittsburgh area artists with developmental disabilities.
Support us as a VIP ($350 admission) - to receive:
A private tour of the gallery space for you and your friends/family during the week of September 28th.
A monster of a swag bag including:
Online access to the Evening of Arts event on October 3rd for you and your friends/family
An early access link to the online auction of artwork.
Support us with a General Admission Ticket ($75 admission) to receive:
Online access to the Evening of Arts event on October 3rd
Access to the online auction of artwork.
Proceeds from ticket sales, art sales, and raffle items will benefit Autistic Pittsburgh residents as well as the show's 14 artists.
Can't make it to the online event? Donate $25 or more to help us support the artists. The show supports artists by offering:
A group workshop for artists to learn about professional presentation and determining appropriate pricing of their work.
Individual sessions with a mentoring artist to solicit advice on presentation, networking, pricing, and establishing a unique and professional online presence.
Support with framing and printing for those who need support.
Opportunities to showcase and sell their work.
A link to join in the fun will be emailed prior to the show.
**Keep in mind, if you donate up to $300 to a qualified organization, your donation can be deducted on your 2020 tax returns.
Jurors a.drift arguello and Robert Roma, two Pittsburgh-based Autistic artists, have selected works from 14 artists to be shown in the Brew House Gallery on the South Side.
A bit about the artists:
a.drift arguello is an abstract painter, with a constant drive to create. Working with found materials, her pieces are an expression of her inner dialog and processing of the world. She is originally from the midwest.
Robert Roma attended Glasgow School of Art to read Fine Art, and Cumbria Institute of Art, and did post-graduate work in Photography and Film Studies at University of Derby. He has 25+ years of making and exhibiting fine art in Europe and North America. Robert also has 25+ years of filmmaking experience as an actor, writer, director, assistant director, lighting, and art department in projects from Europe to North America.