April 19 – 29
Where can you cruise the Mon in a beer barge, eat treats from a donut truck, learn the art of embroidery, woodworking and screenwriting and so much more — all in a span of 10 days?
Pittsburgh’s homegrown FULLTIME Festival returns bigger than ever with 20-plus distinct events and experiences hosted by creative entrepreneurs.
From Homewood to Sharpsburg to Allentown — and points in between — artists will swing open the doors to their studios, shops, galleries and warehouses, inviting the public to participate in the creative process firsthand.
Interested in learning a new skill, art form or trade? Ready to try something new and connect with like-minded makers? From an exhibit of rejected logos and a zine-making workshop, to a design date night and a sketchbook hangout, this crowd-sourced fest has an event for everyone.
Sit for your own tintype portrait, be the first to see the new 3 Rivers Outdoor Co. shop, build a wooden triangle shelf, attend a talk by Seattle-based illustrator Pam Wishbow, and more. You’ll leave inspired by the DIY vision of Pittsburgh creatives, makers, designers and small business owners.
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