PF/PCA is committed to the artist and the advancement of artistic excellence in visual arts – specifically film, digital video, photography, media, and fine and creative arts and crafts; the provision of equipment and facilities for artists; the conduct of instructional programs; and the stimulation of public understanding and awareness through exhibitions, demonstrations, and sales.



PF/PCA is dedicated to nurturing and encouraging artists, and the advancement of artistic excellence in all forms of visual art, from existing disciplines to those yet to be imagined. The artistic exchange, the sharing of thoughtful experiences with others, is at the core of our cultural philosophy. We believe that cultivating a fertile environment for artistic exploration and expression is essential to the community’s growth. It is crucial that art (making it and showing it) is accessible, especially in time of conflict and fear. The creation of art is inextricably linked to free thought; and should never be limited by fear or the pragmatic demands of the open market. Art inspires community, at every level, to advance cultural dialogue. PF/PCA provides opportunities for this sort of dialogue by focusing on both content, and space, creating environments that encourage an open exchange of images and ideas.



Board of Directors: Karen Antonelli, John Burkholder, Dionne R. Brelsford, Tina Williams Brewer, Cheryl Capezzuti, Judi Charlson, Chip Desmone, Charles (Luke) Desmone, Kent Edwards, Rebecca Einhorn, John Eskridge, Ph.D., Robert Feldman (Treasurer), Sheldon Goettel, Alan Gordon, Doug Gouge (Vice President), John Harper, Jr., Christine Holtz, John Jenko, Nancy King, Paula Garrick Klein (Secretary), Phillipe Petite, Mary Rawson, Seth Rosenberg (President), Joel Schuman, Joe Seamans, Steve Seliy, Sharon Wilcox

Ex-Officio Officers: Duane T. Ashley, Nora Lipscomb

Advisory Board: David Conrad, Ralph Vituccio, James & Elin Roddey, Juliet Lea Hillman Simonds, Rob Marshall, Michael Keaton, George Romero

Pittsburgh Filmmakers is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) corporation. A copy of the official registration of Pittsburgh Filmmakers and financial information may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania 1.800.732.0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.