The Craftsmen’s Guild of Pittsburgh is pleased to welcome the entire family to join us in our annual celebration of the arts. We feel it is especially important for the experience to be fun and engaging for children, the artists and patrons of the future. It is never too soon to learn firsthand that art and music enrich all our lives.
Bring your phone and pick up a Clue Sheet at the Information Booth or at one of the two Tree Box Stations. Join in on the fun by participating in a Scavenger Hunt to win a special Treasure!
Start and Finish at the Information Booth.
They will be located near the Big Tent in the upper area of Mellon Park.
Deborah Kollar is a traditional Asian Sumi-e Brush Painter.
As a current member of Pittsburgh Society of Artists and the National Sumi-e Society of America, she shares her art and knowledge of Asian Brush Painting as an educator.
Her teaching and mentoring experiences extend from high schools, Touchstone, Chinese Culture Camp at CMU, Pittsburgh Center of the Arts and to most recently, Wilkins School Community Center. Deborah has exhibited in group shows both local and regionally. She has been recognized via several awards.
Deborah will be demonstrating 5 pm-6 pm Friday, 5 pm – 7 pm Saturday and 12 pm – 2 pm Sunday under the Big Tent in the upper area of Mellon Park.
Wood Turners Anonymous will be demonstrating how wood is shaped on a lathe each day during a Fair in the Park.
Stop by and watch the action and learn about this fascinating art form. They will be located in the upper area of Mellon Park.
Creative Citizen Studios uses art to bring people of all abilities together. We work with artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities to make, exhibit, and sell their work. Our weekly art classes, workshops, and exhibit opportunities help promote our artists while connecting them with a larger community of artists. Through the Spring & Summer of 2022 we took part in multiple Craft-specific workshops and opportunities in community spaces.
We are proud to put on our one-day exhibition titled “Fiber Explorations” at a A Fair in the Park on September 9th, 2022. Please enjoy the exhibition created by a talented group of Neurodivergent multi-talented artists.”
We will be located under the Big Tent in the upper area of Mellon Park.
Back by popular request of our exhibitors and patrons, The Craftsmen’s Guild of Pittsburgh is pleased to announce the wide variety of dining options at this year’s Fair. These options will include food trucks with diverse specialties, as well as other independent local vendors.
Enjoy: PitaLand, Pgh Crepes, The Pickled Chef and Old Ben’s Catina.
Pitaland is a family owned business operating in the south hills area of Pittsburgh since 1969. We specialize in freshly baked pitas and Mediterranean specialties, as well as a full line of middle eastern groceries. We recently added a sit down cafe area where customers can order fresh made sandwiches, wraps and salads.
PGH Crepes offer French style savory and sweet crepes.The reason why our crepes run away so fast, because it is always freshly made right in front of you, full of different various of toppings, delicious and it is for those who tired of our regular fast food and want to try something new.
“DJ George” will be providing music this year to enhance your shopping experience during the Fair.
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