Above all else,
I feel valued here.

Union Project uses the arts to bridge gaps between communities.

White artist with short sandy hair and red plaid shirt leans over the potter's wheel while shaping a piece


Union Project offers education programs in our building and throughout the community, for individuals and groups of all sizes.

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A black woman artist, Christine Bethea paints her ceramic work with her turned down slightly.


Supporting artists at all levels is a key part of Union Project’s work to strengthen connections in our community. We offer several ways for artists to work with us and benefit from our shared studio environment.

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City of Bridges student, Bethel, smiles while holding up a small clay dish she made.

Support Student Access to Clay

Donate to help us continue these important efforts to bring creative experiences to students throughout Pittsburgh.

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A small crowd of people gather around a teaching artist doing a clay demonstration with the Wheel Mobile.

The Wheel Mobile brings clay anywhere there is a road!

Our teaching artists can show up at a playground, neighborhood festival, library, etc., and provide wheel throwing, hand-building, and Raku firing demonstrations and activities.

Group Programs & Wheel Mobile
In the foreground, the back of several heads facing a bride a groom smiling with a long haired officiant between them also smiling.

Event Space Rental

Host your next event at Union Project! Our building is the perfect place to celebrate weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, and other meaningful milestones.

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About Union Project

Union Project is a historic space that is community restored and maintained; the building itself was transformed as a creative solution to a community problem. We believe that art can create change, and help us build a more inclusive, empathetic, and just community.

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The front exterior of Union Project's historic building.

Support Union Project

Union Project was built by people coming together around a common need. Will you join us in bringing the magic of imagining, designing, and creating with clay to as many people as possible?

Allegheny Regional Asset District logo using tag line Rad Works Here.

Union Project is supported in part by the Allegheny Regional Asset District.