January 16 at 6:30 PM Opening Reception

Emigration-Immigration-Migration, part of a civic engagement project by The Documentary Works, highlights the work of five Pittsburgh photographers—Brian Cohen, Scott Goldsmith, Nate Guidry, Lynn Johnson and Annie O’Neill—whose images serve as a lens through which to consider the broader American experience.

By exploring the central role that immigration has played in the formation of American identity, in sustaining the economy, and in the enrichment of cultural diversity, the images in this exhibition aim to create a space for civil, constructive conversation about belonging and cultural heritage today.

Opening reception on Saturday, January 20 from 6:30-8pm. Be one of the first to view this exhibition while enjoying light bites from Sun Dawg Cafe and live music from Win/Win Duo.

Tickets are available online or by calling 1.888.71TICKETS. $15 members, $20 non-members (includes two drink tickets).

Westmoreland Museum of American Art
221 N. Main Street
Greensburg, PA

Emigration-Immigration-Migration will be on view at The Westmoreland Museum of American Art from January 20-April 22, 2018.

Funding for this project has been generously provided by The Fisher Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation; Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation; Hillman Foundation; The Heinz Endowments; and Opportunity Fund. At The Westmoreland, Funding has been generously provided by the Hillman Exhibition Fund of The Westmoreland Museum of American Art.


160-inch Mill

160-Inch Mill
The Homestead Works 160-inch Mill was one of the largest plate mills in the U.S.