Welcome to 3rd Street Gallery!
- Philip Salvato Gallery, Framing, Music Events and More -
Today the 3rd Street Gallery is a fine art space dedicated to providing quality and original art through the promotion of local, national, and international artists. We host a variety of special events in our spacious restored gallery, including art exhibits, social events, and charitable gatherings. We provide a forum for artists, collectors, and the public to experience painting, works on paper, jewelry, and pottery.
Fundraiser to help children learn music
Carnegie Celebrates Jazz
Lucarelli Brothers Quarter with Peg Wilson, Richie Cole, Reggie Watkins, and Special Guest Funky Fly Project
Riley's Pour House
215 E. Main Street, Carnegie
September 18, 2016
Platinum Sponsor: $5,000 VIP Table for 8 + More
Gold Sponsor: $1,000 VIP Table for 8 + More
Silver Sponsor: $500 VIP Table for 4 + More
Bronze Sponsor: $250 VIP Table for 2 + More
On September 18th the non-profit organization, Carnegie Arts Initiative will again hold the fifth year of jazz in Carnegie. All of the proceeds from this celebration go towards providing musical instruments with lessons, and professional voice lessons to underprivileged children whose parents cannot otherwise afford music lessons. This is the one of Carnegie Arts Initiative's ways of promoting the arts. Benefits the Children's Music Program at the Boys and Girls Club.
Please get your tickets in advance of the event. Seating is limited. Tickets are available at Riley's Pour House, 3rd Street Gallery, or by calling the Carnegie Arts Initiative at 412-489-5737.
To reserve your tickets send checks payable to Carnegie Arts Initiative, 220 Third Street, Carnegie, PA 15106
Please join us to make this event a powerful event celebrating jazz in Carnegie. Share this information with your friends and family.
Other Seating $30
$35.00 at the door
Purchase food and drinks on site. Option BYOB wine with $5 corkage fee.
Form Painting with the Figure with Darren Kingsley
This workshop was held at the gallery in March and focused on the principles essential to transform abstract flat shapes into fully dimensional form. Students study the figure in a way which allows the translation of a three-dimensional world into a two-dimensional painting that conveys the fullest possible sculptural form.