Opened in 2011, Assemble is an urban, open, physical space where artists, technologists, and makers of all kinds meet to collaborate and present experimental learning processes to the neighborhood and expanding demographics. Goals for the endeavor include opening creative processes and inspiring confidence through making. Most experiences are hands on and involve art and technology in some way. They are open to the public weekly and include film screenings, lectures, arts presentations, and happenings across the board. Both physical and non-physical connections have become the norm for this diverse community-building installment. Nina Marie Barbuto is the founder and Executive Director. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
An open physical space in an urban neighborhood in Pittsburgh where artists, technologists, and “makers” of all kinds can gather to collaborate, create, and learn from one another.