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Pittsburgh Glass Center debuts Monmade design exhibition

Mary Pickels
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MONMADE and Pittsburgh Glass Center explore 'Modern Meaning' in new exhibit.

Pittsburgh Glass Center will hold an opening reception 6 to 9 p.m. Feb. 1 for “Modern Meaning: A MONMADE Design Exhibition.”

The exhibit, described as featuring dynamic products from producers working in and around Pittsburgh, will remain on view through Feb. 19.

According to the glass center, the show challenges regional craft businesses, maker enterprises, entrepreneurial artists and design-build shops to to produce “thoughtfully designed and skillfully made goods.”

Those attending will view furniture, table and barware, lighting, textiles, decor and jewelry handmade or manufactured in Pittsburgh for national marketplace debut.

Participants include:

• Bones and All

• Broken Plates

• Building Bytes + Coded Clay

• Burghwood

• Camp Copeland

• Deep Green Woodworks

• Emmanuelle Wambach

• Gavin Benjamin

• Glenn Olcerst

• Jenna Vanden Brink

• Jowdy Studio

• KMJ Metalworks

• LaVerne Kemp

• Maia Leppo

• Margaret Haden

• Penn + Fairmount

• Riverside Design Group

• Roost Design Build

• Salvador Alane

• Savannah Hayes


• Stak Ceramics

• Studio Glass Co.


• Temper & Grit

• Urban Tree

Details: 412-365-2145 or

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter @MaryPickels.