Got a sneak preview Thursday afternoon. Was at a meeting with the Penn State professors and preservice teachers ( I learned that student teacher is no longer the correct term!)
We were surrounded by terrific art created by Pittsburgh Public School students from all over the city!
The Pittsburgh Public Schools All City Art Show is in the Cultural Trust Gallery – 807 Liberty Avenue.
Click this link from the Post-Gazette to get all the Gallery Crawl information and locations (5:30-9:00) and be sure to stop in and see the student artwork.
I loved the arc of shoes created by Mr.Kyle Kline’s art classes at Pittsburgh University Prep. Each one an original design. Painted on cardboard (which could not have been easy to cut out)
In the next block, I was too late to pop into the ToonSeum but captured a glimpse of the Golden Book Art Exhibit through the front window. I saw some familiar titles as I peered through the glass and look forward to seeing them in person tomorrow.
The Golden Legacy: Original Art from 65 years of GoldenBook Exhibit will be up until June 30th.
The ToonSeum is located at 945 Liberty Avenue, downtown Pittsburgh.
Do you have a favorite Golden Book you remember from childhood?
Mine would be Mickey Mouse Picnic and Santa’s Toy Shop (adapted from a 1932 Disney animated short)
I also loved the Tiny Golden Book series, especially The Naughty Little Guest by Dorothy Kunhardt and illustrated by Garth Williams. I had a Giant Golden Book of Christmas I liked, too, and can remember my mother reading me Granny Glittens and Her Amazing Mittens Story by Getrude Crampton.
Went across the street to capture the facade of the ToonSeum.
ToonSeum Hours of Operation
Self- Portrait in the window of the August Wilson Center.