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Mission Statement:
The Allegheny County Airport Authority Art Advisory Committee

Art in the Airport

To manage an art collection of style, diversity and beauty to be enjoyed by our traveling public and employees that also promotes public art and enhances the airport environment.
 
All requests for display of artwork, performances, or other arts events at Pittsburgh International Airport or Allegheny County Airport are reviewed by the Art Advisory Committee.  A completed proposal must be submitted to opa@pittsburghartscouncil.org.  For list of upcoming deadlines, please contact opa@pittsburghartscouncil.org.  All proposal materials must be zipped into one folder, and transferred via FTP sites such as Dropbox or Google Drive, please just include one link in your email.  Individual files or incomplete applications cannot be reviewed.
Download Art Proposal Form

New Performing Arts Series Debuts Spring 2016Performing Arts violinists

Hour-long performances take place on Thursdays through June and feature regional artists of a variety of genres and styles. All performances will be staged in Baggage Claim. Passengers, those picking up loved ones, and the general public are invited to attend. See schedule here: www.flypittsburgh.com/PerformingArts

 

New Art Installations

Strip Mines photo

Strip Mines by Akiko Kotani
International Arrivals

terrazzo floor photo  robot repair shop photo

The Sky Beneath Our Feet                                 Fraley's Robot Repair

Airside Center Core                                              Concourse A

Watch the Sky Beneath Our Feet Take Shape!

Art and Cultural Object Collection

Including art in the passenger experience at PIT has always been an important goal dating to construction of Greater PIT Airport in 1952 and continuing today. From the original Alexander Calder mobile that floats above the Airside Center Core, to the recent addition of ARCH on Ticketing level, Landside, PIT is committed to promoting the region’s arts and heritage. From internationally acclaimed artists to heralded sports legends, the PIT collection reflects Allegheny County’s diverse cultural attractions.

Click here for the Art in the Airport brochure.

Yesterday’s Airport of Tomorrow

The historical, architectural and cultural significance of Greater Pittsburgh Airport (1952-1992) has been recognized by the Pennsylvania Bureau of Historic Preservation, and is presented in an interactive display in the transit level lobby of the airside terminal at Pittsburgh International Airport. View the historical display brochure here.

 

  

Pittsburgh Art Places

Visit Pittsburgh Art Places for public art and arts venues in the Greater Pittsburgh region.