Incubator for the ARTS Exhibit
- Jan 4, 2017 - Jan 31, 2017
- Recurring weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
- 951 Old Salem Road
- Greensburg, PA 15601
WCT’s Incubator for the ARTS Exhibit Kick-starts 2017 at the Greensburg Garden & Civic Center
Westmoreland Cultural Trust (WCT) will feature five local artists from WCT’s Incubator for the ARTS at Greensburg Garden & Civic Center (951 Old Salem Road, Greensburg PA 15601) January 4 – 31, 2017. The free exhibit will highlight collections from Sean Blair, Carey Busatto, Moira Richardson, Rev. Daisher Rocket and Nick Silvis. The event is open to the public during normal operating hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. and Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
An artist’s reception, hosted by Westmoreland Cultural Trust, will be held Thursday, January 12 from 6 – 8 p.m.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Sean Blair, photographer, received a master’s degree in fine arts at West Virginia University, where he also taught from 2007-2008. His latest project, “Bark”, focuses on dog portraits.
Carey Busatto, a local photographer from Greensburg, PA, captures images that create lasting memories. Carey Busatto Photography specializes in family and children’s photography.
Moira Richardson is a writer-turned-artist, living in Mount Pleasant, PA. Moira’s current art series is a juxtaposition of her love of stargazing, astrology and painting portraits combined with mystical abstract symbolism, UV reactive paint and glow-in-the-dark elements. Her solo exhibit at Greensburg Garden and Civic Center is scheduled for October 2017.
The Rev. Daisher Rocket is self-described as an “artist, cult leader, self-help author, and a pretty nice guy.” His integration into the community includes his state-of-the-art Center for Daisheretics in Greensburg, PA and his monthly ‘Paint with Me’ nights at WCT’s Incubator for the ARTS (Studio A, 108 N Main St).
Sculptor and installation artist Nick Silvis is a native of Greensburg. He is a member of Greensburg Art Center and a junior at Seton Hill University, studying fine arts.
ABOUT WCT’S INCUBATOR FOR THE ARTS
Established in January 2016, WCT’S Incubator for the Arts provides a place for creative collaboration among local professional and student artists. The program offers subsidized rent that includes short-term lease options, utilities, Wi-Fi and 24-hour building access in the heart of the downtown cultural district. Currently, the incubator is home to eight local artists on Main Street, Greensburg.
For more information, contact Kelli Brisbane at 724.836.1123 x10.