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TAP INTO ART Honoree Don Marinelli Interviewed by Lisa Hoitsma

  • September 1, 2010
    Tap Into Art


    Gateway to the Arts invites you to celebrate, support and raise awareness for the arts-in-education at the 5th annual Tap Into Art being held at J. Verno Studio on Pittsburgh’s South Side on Thursday, September 30, 2010. Experience the natural attraction between the arts and technology. Join Gateway in honoring Don Marinelli, Co-founder of CMU's Entertainment Technology Center, at Tap Into Art!


Announcing the Family Performance Series

Monday, May 17, 2010 On Saturday, June 19, at 3 pm Gateway to the Arts will launch its first ever Family Performance Series at the tent in Schenley Plaza in Oakland with a showcase by performing artists Delta Blue.


Root American Music Award



Family and Community Bonds Grow with Arts Partnership


Gateway to the Arts Promising Performer Award Honoring Rob Marshall


Proposal Approved for PPS Summer 2010 Dreamers Academy


Gateway Receives PAKeys Approval

Gateway to the Arts is proud to announce that our Western Pennsylvania Wolf Trap program has been certified by the state as an approved provider for early childhood professional development.

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    Students Learn to Write Through Art Making

    November 15, 2014

    The classroom was buzzing with excitement.

    Students in Angela Miller’s third-grade class at Lafayette Elementary were cutting shapes, and threading needles to complete another step of a collaborative art project. “Art is something they really enjoy, and some of them have a limited experience with it,” Miller said. “They’re having fun while they’re learning, and it’s also a challenge.” Using alpaca wool from 84 Alpacas, the students are creating a chandelier for their classroom. Gateway to the Arts, an arts education/arts integration nonprofit based in Pittsburgh, has been working with the students since October. Read more....