Free Events This Week for Pitt Undergraduates Only!


1. Ken Karsh Trio: Artful Wednesdays
2. Ragtime - is FULL
3. Rhapsody in Blue - is FULL
4. Altan
5. PITT ARTS Hosts - Fall 2017

1. Ken Karsh Trio: Artful Wednesdays
Wednesday, February 22
Nordy’s Place – Lower Level William Pitt Union
12-1 PM

Karsh is a versatile guitarist, playing jazz and other styles. His trio often includes bass, drums, or tuned percussion.

Free Lunch! No need to sign up, just show up and bring all your friends.
Lunch is limited. Valid Pitt Oakland campus ID required.

Coming March 1: Kassia Ensemble

2. Ragtime
Carnegie Mellon School of Drama
Thursday, February 23
Meeting Time: 6:10 PM
Estimated End Time: 10:45 PM

This program is FULL.

3. Rhapsody in Blue
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Friday, February 24
Meeting Time: 7:10 PM
Estimated End Time: 10:30 PM

This program is FULL.

4. Altan
Calliope: The Pittsburgh Folk Music Society
Saturday, February 25
Meeting Time: 5:00 PM
Estimated End Time: 9:45 PM

Get a jump on St. Patrick's Day by celebrating with a dynamic live performance by this award-winning band from Ireland as they play hard-hitting reels and jigs and some of the most touching traditional Irish songs.

Dinner at Yuva India before the concert!

5. PITT ARTS Host Job Description: Starting Fall 2017

Pitt students learn strong leadership skills via the hosting program that PITT ARTS engages every semester. Through this endeavor, undergraduate students at the University of Pittsburgh are trained to host arts and culture programs for groups of 25-55 of their peers. Hosts are part of the Arts Ambassador program.

The hosting of programs is a sought-after position as it includes free food and free tickets to some of the hottest arts productions in the city.

Hosts manage all aspects of the PITT ARTS program; this consists of signing in students upon arrival; distributing tickets; getting students on the bus; working with personnel at the arts organizations; making sure that students enjoy their meals; and troubleshooting any problems that may arise.

PITT ARTS hosts are paid $50 per program and hosts are expected to have solid leadership potential. Hosts are often asked to represent PITT ARTS at Saturday morning or afternoon Admissions Marketplaces, and are paid $25 to do so and $20 for implementing Artful Wednesdays programs, as needed. PITT ARTS hosts are eligible for Leadership credit through the OCC.

Apply only if you have attended four or more PITT ARTS Arts Encounters, and have a clean record—meaning you have zero no-shows or cancellations.

Please send a brief cover letter as to why you want to be a host and a brief resume to pittarts@pitt.edu or drop off in the PITT ARTS Office in 907 WPU.