Fine, Perlow Weis Gallery JCC of Greater Pittsburgh • 5738 Forbes Avenue
October 1, 2019 to December 21, 2019
Through December 2019
Each and Every explores the power of six Pittsburgh-based organizations that are each and every day making our corner of the world a better place to live in.
The essence of the exhibition is exploring the human need of our neighbors and celebrating the work of dedicated residents who are changing our community. The featured organizations, as well as so many others
throughout the region, are doing the hard work that exemplifies transforming the concept of neighbor from a geographic term to a moral
The exhibition includes an impressive selection of 30 photographs by distinguished photographers who each spent an entire day
with 412 Food Rescue, BikePGH, Kelly Strayhorn Theater, Fund My Future, Pittsburgh Glass Center and Velocity. The photographers in the exhibition
include Nancy Andrews, Rebecca Kiger and Annie O’Neill.
GALLERY HOURS: MON-THUR, 5:30 AM-10 PM • FRI, 5:30 AM-6 PM • SAT, 8 AM-6 PM • SUN, 8 AM-6 PM
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For more information:
Melissa Hiller, 412-697-3231
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