Sep 17 2021
First Fruit: Bring Me Your Best

First Fruit: Bring Me Your Best

Presented by Sweetwater Center for the Arts at Sweetwater Center for the Arts

The exhibition:  First Fruit: Bring Me Your Best will open on Friday September 17th, 2021 with a reception from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm. The show will be up through October 23rd.  The exhibition will include a curated collection of works by artists Norman Brown, Elizabeth Asche Douglas, Dr. Amber Epps, Jayla Patton, Dominique Scaife, and Brett Wormsley.  First Fruit:  Bring Me Your Best features work that spans a generation of creating and highlights the artist’s individual experiences and talent using various media.  During the opening co-founder and artist Elizabeth Asche Douglas will be conducting a discussion about Mavuno’s history and heritage.

Admission Info

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Phone: 4127414405

Email: cpierotti@sweetwaterartcenter.org

Dates & Times

2021/09/17 - 2021/09/17

Additional time info:

The exhibition itself runs through October 23rd.

Location Info

Sweetwater Center for the Arts

200 Broad Street, Sewickley, PA 15143

Parking Info

Free parking is available in our lot located in the rear of the building, along both sides of Bank Street, and along the right side of Broad Street.

Reserved parking is available for people with disabilities on Bank Street and in Sweetwater's parking lot.

Accessibility Info

Sweetwater welcomes individuals with disabilities to our facility and is committed to providing the best access possible to our events and programming. We encourage questions, requests, and suggestions to help us achieve our ongoing goal of creating a comfortable, enjoyable environment suited to all unique needs and abilities.

Building:

Accessible entrances to our building include the Bank Street entrance and Sweetwater's parking lot entrance. The Bank Street entrance may be used to access the lower level of our building. The parking lot entrance may be used to access the upper level of our building. Once inside the building, the lower level and upper level are only connected via stairs. Both sets of doors open outward and are not automatic. Office staff can be reached at 412-741-4405 and is happy to help with these doors. All restrooms contain a large stall; however, these stalls may not accommodate larger motorized scooters or wheelchairs. Accessible water fountains are available on each level. Due to the nature of our historic building, Sweetwater's gallery, located on the mezzanine, is not accessible for persons with limited mobility.

Parking:

Reserved parking is available for people with disabilities on Bank Street and in Sweetwater's parking lot.

Classes and Events:

Sweetwater invites individuals with disabilities to participate in our many classes offered each semester. Since each class is unique, please feel free to contact the accessibility coordinator beforehand so that she may establish communication with individual instructors regarding any questions or accommodations.

Sweetwater is able to accommodate seating needs during events held in our Community Room.

Contact:

Please contact our accessibility coordinator at twalters@sweetwaterartcenter.org with questions, suggestions, or requests.