element 5 presents...

 the Warhol: AMP2004 + Pittsburgh Glass Center

After-Party...

Friday, February 06, 2004

@ Dance Alloy Studios / Showroom Lofts
5530 Penn Ave  -  [Friendship] -  Map|Directions

 

11pm-2am   |   Beer and Sangria!!!

admission =  $3 with ticket stub from the Warhol or PGH Glass Center  /  $5 without

 

Music brought to you by the DJs of

element 5
  |  Technoir-Audio  |  720 Records   and   Tuff Sound Recording

 

 

 

catch some element 5 alumni performing before the After-Party...


Friday, Febuary 06, 2004

Opening event for AMP @ The Warhol
$5 | 6-10pm @ The Andy Warhol Museum 117 Sandusky St [Northside]. 412-237-8300 www.warhol.org | Map/directions


In February, The Andy Warhol Museum will exhibit a group show of small works juried by the curatorial staff of the Museum. For the first time, local artists are being invited to submit 12"x12" square pieces which will hang in a 4th floor gallery at the Museum on the North Shore. Submissions for AMP @ The Warhol will be accepted at The Warhol on January 31 and February 1 from 10:00am to 4:00pm. In addition to the opportunity for local visual artist to have their work on display at the world-renown Museum, AMP will create opportunities for the artists to connect to Pittsburgh patrons. Thomas Sokolowski, Director for The Andy Warhol Museum, says, "Local artists need to be fed by local collectors. I hope that this exhibition will 'kick-ass' with collectors by offering them a wide array of small-sized works by regional artists." To connect Pittsburgh to a broader community of emerging artists, AMP @ The Warhol will also feature the internationally-recognized Flat Files by the Pierogi 2000 Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. The Flat Files are wide, shallow stacks of drawers housing more than 3,000 works by over 700 under-recognized and young, emerging artists from around the world. "The Flat Files will bring an international array of other artists to the table. It will be a banquet of art here on Sandusky Street," says Sokolowski. Tonight is the opening event, with exhibits of local artists, a lecture by the director of NYC's Julie Saul Gallery, with music provided by element 5 .
For more info: Visit: amp2004.sproutfund.org


Friday, Febuary 06, 2004

Heart of Glass - Hot Party fundraiser for the Pittsburgh Glass Center
$25 admission ($20 PGC members) | 7 to 11 pm @ Pittsburgh Glass Center 5472 Penn Ave [Friendship]. 412-365-2145 www.pittsburghglasscenter.org | Map/directions

Young at heart, lonely hearts, hungry hearts and even the faint of heart will feel the heat at our annual Heart of Glass Valentine's Party and membership drive on Friday, Featuring: Sweaty glassblowing by Hot Rob, Cute Chris and Beagles Seven Minutes in Heaven Grooves by Hardgroove Project plus DJs & electronica by www.technoiraudio.com of Element 5 Glass Lovers' Lane Moves by GHfour performance group with site specific multimedia performances Kiss My Glass Glass Valentine gifts for sale Glass Birthday Suit Exhibition Drinks to make your heart race And more! Sponsors: Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project (PUMP), Pittsburgh Singles Volunteer Network (PSVN), WYEP, Southern Wine and Spirits, Yuengling, J.B. Kreider Printing Company, Corey Lechat and Bolan's Candies. An Unblurred: First Fridays on Penn event. For more info: Phone: RSVP 412-365-2145 Visit: www.pittsburghglasscenter.org


Friday, Febuary 06, 2004

COTTON GIN
Free | 7-10pm @ Urban Space 709 Penn Ave [Downtown]. 412-288-0383 www.bridgespotters.com | Map/directions

This Friday February 6 will be the opening reception for the next exhibition at Urban Space titled COTTON GIN, featuring original works by: Aki Durham Vanessa German Tarish Pipkins Alphonso Sloan Kamau Ware Silkscreen design and acrylic on canvas and 100% cotton t shirts that explore the context of African-American inventors from slavery to the 21st century. Tastey Food DJ SMI Libation for Bob Marley's Birthday! For more info: Visit: www.bridgespotters.com


Friday, Febuary 06, 2004

UNblurred: First Fridays on Penn
N/A | 7pm-2am @ Penn Avenue Arts Corridor 4800-6000 Penn Avenue [Friendship-Garfield-East Liberty]. 412-441-6147 www.pennavenuearts.org | Map/directions


Unblurred: First Fridays on Penn is a multi-venue open-house arts related event that invites the public to discover the artists, arts-organizatioins, and arts-businesses that are helping the Penn AVenue Corridor become an arts district. On any given event night, up to 30 arts enues with perfromances, exhibits, and demonstrations, will be open. For more info: Phone: 412-441-6147 email: jeffrey@friendship-pgh.org Visit: www.pennavenuearts.org


Friday, Febuary 06, 2004

Hip-Hop Cafe Series
$8 | 10pm-2am @ Shadow Lounge 5972 Baum Blvd [East Liberty]. 412-363-8277 www.7thmovement.net Map/directions

Every Friday night come take part in the Metro's best open mic for poets, vocalists, MCs, musicians, comedians, etc. Plus live music by The Rain. Hosted by Hutch. 2/6th feat. group: Heiruspecs via Minn (Live Hip-Hop).  For more info: Phone: 412.363.8277 email: jstrong@7thmovement.net Visit: www.7thmovement.net


Friday, Febuary 06, 2004
  
720 Soul Night w/ DJ Selecta
Free. 21+ | 10pm-2am @ Club Havana 5744 Ellsworth Ave [Shadyside]. 412-661-2025 | Map/directions


Souljazz, Rare Funk, Classics, and Party Jams. w/ DJ Selecta. Brought to you by 720 Records. For more info: Visit: www.720records.com


Friday, Febuary 06, 2004

Deep Inside...
No Cover | 2am-4am @ Shadow Lounge 5972 Baum Blvd [East Liberty]. 412-363-8277 www.7thmovement.net | Map/directions


Every Friday Late Night from 2am-4am. Come dance + groove to Deep and Soulful House.

For more info: Phone: 412.363.8277 email: jstrong@7thmovement.net Visit: www.7thmovement.net


More Info on these and other happenings:     http://www.elementfive.info

keep your good vibes strong!