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The Lab is also a
meeting place for photo-based artists where ideas and skills can be
shared and exchanged in an open, creative, and respectful environment.
The workspace is complemented by unique exhibition and professional
development opportunities for our members. We also offer workshops to
artists of all skill levels, and full service fine art printing,
scanning, and framing.
Silver Eye welcomes interested artists in need of production space and a supportive community to apply to be a Lab Member.
We understand some Lab Members may be new to our equipment or many just
need to brush up their skills if it’s been a while and we are here to
help! After you complete your application you will meet with a Lab
Assistant for training and orientation to make sure you can work with
Lab Membership is $30 per month or $300 per year and members
enjoy access to the Lab and it’s equipment by reservation during regular
NEW Lab @ Silver Eye Hours
Beginning Aug, 6
First Fridays: 5-10pm (during the First Friday Unblurred Art Walk)
We’re also happy to re-introduce our Lab Manager Sean Stewart, and our Lab Assistants, who will help facilitate our new, expanded hours:
Join us for a public opening on August 6th from 6pm-9pm,
during the First Friday Unblurred Art Walk, to see a wide range of
incredible work created during these workshops, including work from:
Leah Andrascik, Ruth Hendricks, Robert Hickerson, Terry Irwin, Jennifer
Lothrigel, Peggy McClure, Jan McElhinny, Alyssa Maurer, Dominique Muñoz,
Robert Olson,Kelly O'Toole, Nikolai Peacock, Neal Ryan and Nina Sowiski, Eugene Wilson, Susan Wilson and Andrea Wenglowskyj
uses lovingly handmade props and costumes to explore pop culture and
what he calls, “the tragedy of becoming an adult.” Using himself, his
wife and daughter, and his friends as performers, Haupt creates pictures
that are absurd, funny, and poignant tableaus of monsters, heroes,
villains, and devils. Through these images he shares his feelings,
weighs the value of nostalgia and celebrates the staged, the fictitious,
and the performed. Real to Me is also a sincere, peculiar, joyful, delirious, and real family portrait.
based artist Hernease Davis will present new multi-media work with silk
cyanotypes, sound installation, and silver gelatin prints.
Recapitulation refers to an element of musical theory, where a musical
theme is presented again later on, after its initial appearance. It can
also mean an act of summarizing, restating the main points of an idea or
event. Fusing these notions of restarting and renewing, this exhibition
looks to personal modes of processing, calming, and coping as a means
of confronting personal experiences of trauma.
is a biennial exhibition of the preeminent emerging and mid-career
photo based artists working within 300 miles of Pittsburgh. Our goal is
to highlight work and support artists from places that are sometimes
overlooked in the national photography conversation. After dozen studio
visits and working with curatorial consultants from across the radius,
for this second iteration of the biennial we have identified a group of
eight outstanding artists from across the radius whose work explores how
their personal identities intersect with the histories of places they
are from, and where they work.