Great people doing great things for the art community in a great place.
My family have enjoyed so many spectacular events and enjoyed
the serenity and alive historic nature of the Frick history,
cafe and flower gardens!
I have had a different experience it seems than many reviewers in that I have taken Zumba class at the gallery. Jennifer runs the Zumba classes and is really one of the nicest people I've met. She's supportive and kind, not rude or judgmental in any way. It's very hard for me to believe we are talking about the same person. Definitely worth forming your own opinions about Jen and about the space...if you're experiences are anything like mine, you will certainly not be disappointed.
I have used Modernformations twice for events in the city of Pittsburgh. I LOVED it. The space is clean, quaint but roomy, 2 bathrooms, sound system, tables and chairs all provided and set out for easy access. The difficulty in my situation is I live in Maryland. Jenn the gallery owner corresponded by email and was quick with her responses. She even emailed the contract. During my most recent event I had no assistant, Jenn stayed to help me with EVERYTHING she even allowed me to arrive 2 hours early AND she helped me set up. The event ran over and the additional charge was more than fair AND Jenn helped me clean up. You don't find reasonably priced venues with kind, people friendly management these days! Jenn allowed us to have full access to the venue and the only rules she had in the contract were set to maintain the safety of the art in the gallery, which is understandable. The artists are trusting her with their work just like I trust her with my events! I totally recommend monderformations! Check them out!
Boksenbaum Fine Arts Gallery is an awesome venue, I completely enjoyed myself at the Inconsistent show. The artwork was great and the atmosphere was laid back and creative...
Hey City Paper - many thanks for the shout out for the Westmoreland! And, yes we are just a short drive from the City. Wanted to clarify that the museum was built as a museum and is on the site where our founder Mary Marchand Woods' home sat. Hope to see you at the Westmoreland!
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