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Weekly Event Youth Open Studio

Two artists work on creating a print at a table in front of a wall filled with prints made by other artists.

Youth Open Studio is a collaboration between The Andy Warhol Museum and Artists Image Resource (AIR), an artist-run printmaking facility on Pittsburgh’s North Side. Teens learn the photographic silkscreen printing process, experiment with new art-making tools and techniques, and work on independent projects in a relaxed, creative environment.

The studio at AIR is open from 4–8pm each Wednesday, and it is staffed by The Warhol’s artist educators. There is no fee to visit, watch, or learn, but youth pay between $5–10 for each silkscreen needed for independent projects.

Street parking is available.

Youth Open Studio is supported in part by The Buhl Foundation.

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