We believe there cannot be equity without economic sustainability. We will work to create living wages and dignified working conditions for arts workers and artists as well as sustainable models for funding and governance that help organizations to thrive.
An equitable arts sector is one where resources and opportunities are allocated intentionally to achieve fair outcomes for everyone, especially people and communities who have been historically marginalized or harmed by our field.
Associated Artists of Pittsburgh exhibits, promotes and supports the work of visual artists who call Pittsburgh and the surrounding region home.
Brew House Association (BHA) cultivates a wide range of artistic development through an 11-month studio residency called Distillery, a curatorial support program called Prospectus, public gallery exhibitions, and flexible leased studio space.
Bunker Projects is a residency program and experimental gallery devoted to building a living laboratory for artists in Pittsburgh.
Casey Droege Cultural Productions is an artist-run/woman-owned business dedicated to building the Pittsburgh arts community by offering accessible, quality art experiences that connect the local and the global, encouraging the growth of a local arts community, and building a diverse arts audience.
Nafasi on Centre is a community development initiative utilizing art as the vehicle and is a partnership between the Hill CDC and #ArtsinHD, an action planning group, and subcommittee of the Hill District Consensus Group.
Silver Eye promotes the power of contemporary photography as a fine art medium by creating original exhibitions, unique educational programming, and a space for artists to learn, create, and connect through their digital lab.
Women of Visions, Inc., is an women’s African American visual arts organization established in 1981.
Their mission is to promote arts, culture, and history of the African diaspora through collaboration, community outreach, and progressive opportunities.