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UNIT/PITT Projects is a non-profit artist run centre dedicated to the promotion of experimental contemporary art that addresses social, political, cultural and critical issues.
Founded by art students in 1975 as the Helen Pitt … Continue reading
It’s the last day of the year, and charities are sending you last-minute appeals for donations. If you would like to donate, we definitely encourage that! (And if you can’t spare a big amount, please consider a small monthly donation, … Continue reading
Here’s a photo of our two most recent publications, in their habitat. WRONG WAVE 666 was produced in coordination with Wrong Wave No.6, held October 10-13, 2018. It was edited by the festival’s curator, KC Wei, and is a collage … Continue reading
We’re happy to announce another phase of the Pitt’s 43-year existence. Starting today, we are working in partnership with New Orchestra Workshop Society to create and support a new social space for the production of culture, and for public access … Continue reading
UNIT/PITT Projects, one of Vancouver’s most enduring artist-run galleries, is announcing a major change in direction.
Founded by art students in 1975 as the Helen Pitt Gallery, the Pitt has provided crucial early-career support for hundreds of Vancouver artists, as well … Continue reading
(via Exclaim Magazine online)
Here’s something that showed up on our alerts: a video produced as part of Casey Wei’s Karaoke Video Maker Free Store residency last year is getting attention online. Here’s the finished video for “Population 101” by Glad … Continue reading
There are only hours left to make a donation and get a charitable receipt for the 2017 tax year!
Here are some of the things we did in 2017, with the help and support of our community. We hope you’ll consider … Continue reading
We need your help to keep presenting new art and new ideas, both inside and outside the gallery. Please donate, or even better set up a monthly donation that you can afford.
For the past two years or so, our front … Continue reading