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Assemble connects artists, technologists, and makers with curious adults and kids of all ages through interactive gallery shows, community talk backs, learning parties, and workshops focused on teaching STEAM principles (science, technology, engineering, art, and math). We host these activities at our space in Garfield’s Penn Avenue arts district and at events throughout Pittsburgh.


Hear more about what we do from WQED's Pittsburgh Innovators Project:


Kreepy Dolls with Daniel Baxter @Saturday Crafternoons!

This past Saturday Crafternoons was pretty kreepy as visiting artist Daniel Baxter, creator of the Kreepy Doll Factory, helped us create our very own Kreepy Dolls! The kids began by creating a preliminary sketch and bio of their doll, including a name, age, habitat, diet, and anything else they thought was interesting. After brainstorming, they chose […]

Halloween Fun @ Saturday Crafternoons!

This week at Saturday Crafternoons we celebrated one of the spookiest holidays: Halloween! The kids began at the Halloween mask making station where they were given gold cardboard cutouts and a wide variety of materials from broken tiles to tissue paper to decorate their masks. Some creations were scarier than others!          […]

Global Cardboard Challenge @Saturday Crafternoons!

On Saturday, October 11, 2014 the Imagination Foundation’s 3rd Cardboard Challenge took place across the world. Originally inspired by Caine’s Arcade: the Global Cardboard challenge “celebrates child creativity and the role communities can play in fostering it.” The goal of this international movement is to encourage children of all ages to dream, imagine, and create […]