Call for Artists - Flight School: Professional Development Program

March 1 to May 8
January 4

Flight School is a program designed for the benefit of you: the professional artist living and working in Pittsburgh. The weekly workload is heavy, and the demands placed on fellows is high. But the results can mean a new course of action - an opportunity to build a career in which financial and strategic goals can be sustained and grown, with your artwork remaining the central feature of your life.

Picture This! Opportunity, Independence, Success

January 12
November 5

Picture This! is a juried photography exhibit that will feature the works of professional photographers at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts in Shadyside. As a component of the collaboration, students from Ward Home will take part in a photography workshop taught through the Youth Media Program of PF/PCA in preparation for the exhibit. Photos from the Ward Home teens will be presented in conjunction with the juried exhibition.

PCA Shop Screening for New Artists

September 14
September 14

The Shop at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts will be screening artwork by new consignment artists to complement the existing mix of work currently represented. Because the Shop receives many requests from those who wish to show with us, we ask that interested artists submit to our digital screening for review. As our main focus during business hours is to represent and promote the artwork we currently have available, please be aware that PCA Shop staff will not review artwork on a walk-in basis.

Point Park University - MA in Media Communications

December 31

Point Park University is beginning a new documentary MA program this fall. It is designed as a two-year program with a strong journalistic context.

SYNC'D 7 - Call for Artists

August 31

Live Music + Local Silent Shorts

Call for Still and Moving Images

May 22

We are looking for still and moving images dealing with Pittsburgh and themes of memory, history/Pittsburgh in the 1980s, childhood, and nostalgia.

Pittsburgh Filmmakers Film Kitchen Contest 2015: Kitsch

May 26

Film Kitchen is now accepting submissions for the 2015 annual Film Kitchen Contest. The theme this year is Kitsch. Short films (under 4 minutes) may be submitted in any genre (narrative, experimental, documentary, or animation).

Harambee Black Arts & Culture Festival - Call for Submissions

July 17 to August 16
June 1

The Harambee Black Arts Festival is a cultural event that originated in 1967 to raise the consciousness of the arts, music and create community oneness and spirituality. The association was formed in 2001 to create a new spirit of Harambee in the present day, by using art and culture to re-establish the pride and dignity of our community.

North Hills Art Center Regional Show - Call for Artists

May 16

The North Hills Art Center (NHAC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1959 by a group of artists dedicated to providing a haven for people to learn, express themselves and appreciate all forms of art.

9th annual Toronto Urban Film Festival (TUFF) - Call for Films

June 30

Filmmakers and animators are invited to submit their 60-second silent films, videos or animation to the largest commuter film festival of its kind in North America. TUFF captures an audience of over 1 million viewers each day, providing unprecedented access to the works of Canadian and international filmmakers on subway platform screens all over the city. With each festival year, TUFF continues to expand its programming and reach, seeking new ways of engaging its ever-growing audience.