SHRINE Artist Talks and Mingle Hour


All Ages
Monday, November 7, 2022
Free admission for members
The Museum’s Monterey Annex at 1414 Monterey Street

Event Summary

Join Mattress Factory members for a fast-paced, art-filled evening of artist talks with artists and collaborators from the Museum’s most recent exhibition, SHRINE.

On Monday, November 7 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM, attendees will meet with and hear from SHRINE artists Naomi Chambers, Mary Martin, LaKeisha Wolf, Alisha Wormsley, sarah huny young as well as Soul Culture collaborator Anjali Shah and exhibition curator Jessica Gaynelle Moss for artist and exhibition talks. During this time, attendees will be split into small groups and rotate every 15 minutes throughout the various galleries in the Monterey Annex, learning more from each artist or collaborator about the specific installations within the exhibition.

After the artist talks, members are invited to stay in the Monterey Annex from 8:00 to 9:00 PM for an artist and member mingle hour, enjoying a DJ set by sarah huny young within her very own installation space. Please note, food and drink will not be provided at this event, as all activities will take place within the Museum galleries.

Registration is extremely limited, so click here to secure your spot!

Parking: Street parking is free outside of the Museum’s Monterey Annex along Monterey and Jacksonia Streets. Additionally, the Main Building parking lot (505 Jacksonia St, Pittsburgh, PA, 15212) will be open down the block from the Monterey Annex.    

Time: Artist Talks: 6:00 – 8:00 PM; Artist Mingle Hour and DJ Set by HUNY: 8:00 – 9:00 PM  

Capacity Limits: Capacity is limited. Please only reserve your ticket if you plan on attending. Mattress Factory membership staff will call during the week of the event to confirm your registration and attendance.


SHRINE is presented in partnership between Mattress Factory and Sibyls Shrine, an arts collective and residency program rooted in the radical care, rest and support for Black women, womxn, trans women, and femmes who are m/others and identify as artists, creatives, and/or activists.