Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
If you’re a fan of theatre, music, art, festivals, and events, we’re pretty sure you’ll love Pittsburgh! This city is well known for its unique cultural attractions and entertainment; we’re very proud of the abundance of cultural opportunities. But this thriving arts and culture scene didn’t spring up out of nowhere… we’ve got the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust to thank for that!
Learn more about the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, how Gayle Blonar helps to support them, and how you, too, can support arts and culture in Pittsburgh.
What is the
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust?
The PCT is a nonprofit arts organization whose sole purpose is to promote the cultural development of Downtown Pittsburgh. Focused on the Cultural District of Downtown, the PCT oversees over 1 million square feet of commercial and residential space that includes public facilities, restaurants and retail, and residential homes. The PCT also offers special programs, events, and classes to all ages.
Explore the Pittsburgh Cultural District
The Pittsburgh Cultural District is a dynamic hub of music, dance, visual art, theater, events and entertainment. The District comprises 14 blocks of Downtown Pittsburgh that includes restaurants, galleries, performance venues, and public squares.
Programs Offered Through PCT
It's not just about overseeing the arts in Downtown Pittsburgh; the PCT also actively promotes the arts through various programs, workshops, and classes for all ages.
The PCT also promotes public art in places like Allegheny Riverfront Park and Katz Plaza.
Festivals & Events Organized by the PCT
The PCT makes sure there's always something happening in Downtown Pittsburgh, from art walks to international festivals. There are events celebrating art, theater, music, international culture, and much more.