A vital component of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Visual Arts programming, SPACE presents five to six exhibitions annually, offering emerging artists an opportunity to advance projects in a supportive setting.
A historical photo of the Arsenal Bank in Lawrenceville. The bank weathered the economic depressions of the 1870s and 1890s and the Great Depression, while providing a safe place for neighborhood residents to keep accounts. The Arsenal Bank ceased business in 1943, when it was bought by the People’s-Pittsburgh Trust Company, predecessor of PNC Bank and one of the first Pittsburgh banks to establish branches in city and suburban neighborhoods.
'Telamones' on the Park Building in Pittsburgh, PA - photo by J. Michael Krivyanski, via examiner; "Telamones are part of a classical European architectural design. The sculpted form is of a man ... placed on a column or pier. The term telamone is derived from the mythological hero Telamon, who was one of the Argonauts and the father of the Greek hero Ajax."