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Summer Arts + Exhibits

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DV8 Espresso Bar & Gallery.
Window installation by Mark Barill, July 1-Aug. 31; recent paintings by Marcia Koynok, July 1-Sept. 30.

Assemble Artspace.
Digital Divide: Art and Communication in a Virtual World (work by online artist collective Manifesto-ish), July 3-26.

Meadowcroft Rock Shelter.
Independence Day Celebration, July 4.

Boulevard Gallery.
Nancy Smith and Jeanne Adams: New Work (watercolor), July 5-26.

Gallery 4.
New Paintings by Anthony Purcell, July 5-26.

Future Tenant.
Window installation by Dakotah Konicek (kinetic, interactive 2D and 3D works), July 7-26.

Associated Artists of Butler County.
Invitational Art Show (Cranberry), July 9-18.

Gallery Crawl.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's summer crawl, plus an after-hours Cosmopolitan Pittsburgh fundraiser party, July 11.

707 Penn Gallery.
Some Begins (Meg Shevenock and Jamie Boyle's collaborative exploration of "the lives of objects"), July 11-Aug. 31.

Cataloguing Pattern (group show by regional and national artists), July 11-Aug. 31.

Wood Street Galleries.
La Cour des Miracles (robotic installations by Bill Vorn and Louis Philippe Demers), July 11-Sept. 7.

be Galleries.
Collecting: Woods to Water (mixed media, fiber and paintings by Sharon McCartney), July 12-Aug. 16.

Cartoons Are the Best Medicine: a Healthy Dose of Bizarro by Dan Piraro, July 12-Oct. 12.

North Hills Art Center.
Summer Artisan Bazaar (hand-crafted items by local and regional artisans), July 19-Aug. 9.

Greensburg Art Center.
Retrospective: Betty & Allen Reese (pastels, oils, pen and ink), July 19-Aug 29.

Carnegie Museum of Art.
The eight-venue Pittsburgh Biennial begins with the Carnegie's portion, the solo exhibit Corey Escoto: Sleight of Hand, July 19-Sept. 29.

Associated Artists of Butler County.
Invitational Art Show (Butler), July 23-Aug. 2.

Comic Uni-versus (original artwork of Marvel and DC superheroes, displayed in matchups for public to decide the victor), July 26-Sept. 20.

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