Welcome to the official website of the Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators (PSI), one of the largest non-profit groups of illustrators in the nation. The Society brings local illustrators together to facilitate artistic and professional growth, advocacy for artists’ rights, and the comradery and promotion of our collective Pittsburgh talent. With an enthusiastic volunteer base, PSI maintains a lively schedule of regular meetups and special events designed to educate, engage, and recognize working illustrators and students alike.
All PSI members and interested prospects and the public should click on the EVENTS icon above to stay informed on our busy calendar of events! PSI is planning a series of speakers from the recent Lightbox conference in Pasadena to speak about animation and concept development markets. These programs, presently being organized by Tara Zalewsky-Nease, will be announced once the dates are confirmed and will be available on zoom.
Regular second Tuesday PSI socials will start again after New Year's on second Tuesdays. Next social JANUARY 9, 2024 at 6:30pm at J. Gough's Restaurant in Greenfield/Squirrel Hill. 4213 Murray Ave PGH PA 15217. READ MORE
PLAN NOW! PSI'S 26th annual 'Saturnalia' Holiday Party is set for Saturday evening December 9 at Church of the Redeemer social hall in Squirrel Hill (same venue as last year).
Set-up is at 6pm and the party runs 7-11pm. Contact President James Mellett email@example.com with questions and volunteering for specifics related to the set-up. More details TBA shortly.
The first PSI group show since our 20th anniversary show at the Heinz History Center is set for the North Hills Arts Center for mid-March to mid-April 2024. The theme for the show is Artists and AI and the formal prospectus will be circulated to all Full members shortly. Contact Jeanine Murch at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. This exhibition will be fully described in Basecamp, email, in person at the socials, and by mail so all Full members are totally informed. No jurors. 3 pieces will be accepted, hanging subject to space considerations