Westmoreland Museum of American Art Presents Associated Artists of Pittsburgh: Celebrating a Century of Art

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art presents Associated Artists of Pittsburgh: Celebrating a Century of Art, on view through Sunday January 09, 2011.

Experience a sampling of the artists who participated in both the 1910 and 1911 Associated Artists of Pittsburgh exhibitions, including John Beatty, John Donaghy, Lila Hetzel, Henry Ossawa Tanner, Horatio Stevenson, Christian Walter, and Joseph Woodwell, among others. A small show within the exhibition will highlight the work of Joseph Woodwell, who died unexpectedly in 1911, simulating the memorial tribute made by AAP in their annual exhibition that year.

The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh is the oldest, continuously-exhibiting, visual arts organization in the country. Its mission is to provide a vital and challenging environment for artists to exhibit new work in the widest possible range of media. Governed and managed by a 24-member volunteer Board of Directors, AAP serves nearly 550 members who are selected through a semi-annual open call juried by member artists.

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