April 1-30, 2015

Open: Tue-Sun, 12-7


4901 Penn Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15224

United States




Nina Chanel Abney

Melanie Abrantes

Sadie Barnette

Rose Beerhorst, Brave Hand Textiles

Cheryl Bier, Mama Made Them

Kaye Blegvad

Rachel Budde, Fat & The Moon

Melissa Catanese

Cherry Bombe

Lenka Clayton

Taryn Cowart & Corbin LaMont, Day Job

Grace Danico

Casey Droege

Jen Garrido, Jenny Pennywood

Girls Like Us

Got a Girl Crush

Sarah Faith Gottesdiener

Guerrilla Girls

Ani Kasten

Nicole Killian

Karen Kimmel Studios

Caroline Knowles and Tricia Gilbride, Women Artists

Agatha Kulaga & Erin Patinkin, Ovenly

Christina Labey

Jennifer Lazzaro and Claire Ward, Dirt Landscaping Collective

Ria Leigh

Kayla Mattes

Tammy Mercure

Christina Neumann, Apoidea Apiary

Angel Oloshove

Aelfie Oudghiri, AELFIE

Marta Pia, Maker’s Circle

Lily Piyathaisere, Gamma Folk

Carissa Potter Carlson, People I’ve Loved

Akirah Robinson

Paige Russell, Eloi


Spaces Corners

Martine Syms, DOMINICA

Jolie Valentine

Barbara Weissberger

LaKeisha Wolf, EnjoyourSelf

Reiko Yamamoto

Vincent Zeng




Friday, April 3, 6-10pm
Opening Reception

Join us in celebrating the launch of 76<100 during April’s Unblurred: First Fridays on Penn. Leona’s Ice Cream will be on hand selling their incredible small batch ice cream sandwiches. Complimentary drinks.


Tuesday, April 14, 6-8pm

Equal Pay Day Story Swap

Over the last 70 years, women have made significant strides in the working world, but it often seems like there’s still a long way to go. Those who led the charge have valuable insight to share with young women who will carry the banner into the future. Help us capture their experiences by joining Margaret J. Krauss, producer of 90.5 WESA Celebrates Inventing Pittsburgh, for an evening of intergenerational storytelling. Armed with personal audio recorders, participants from a diverse range of occupations will conduct conversational interviews with one another. Dessert provided by ThreeFifty˚ Bakery. Space is limited.


Saturday, April 18, 11am-1pm

Negotiation Strategy Brunch: Focus on freelancers

PROGRESS, a non-profit that trains women and girls in the art of negotiation, will lead an informal conversation on this topic, with an emphasis on negotiation for independent contractors, small business owners, and the self employed. Conversation will include: how to recognize opportunities for negotiation, how to prepare your ask, and how to negotiate. Coffee and a light breakfast will be provided. Space is limited, register here.


Sunday, April 19, 2-3:30pm

Spring Renewal with LaKeisha Wolf and Maa-t’s Righteous Sweets & Vegan Treats

Join LaKeisha Wolf of EnjoyourSelf, who will demo some of the products from her handmade line of natural body and hair care and facilitate a DIY body product making station. Refreshments and treats provided by Maa-t’s Righteous Sweets & Vegan Treats.


Tuesday, April 21, 4:30-6pm

MGR Youth Empowerment Visit

7th and 8th grade students from the MGR Arts in Action after school program will visit the shop to discuss the gender wage gap and what they can do as young people to address the issue. They will also meet Manchester Craftsman’s Guild artist Jolie Valentine, who will lead a hands-on ceramics workshop.


Thursday, April 23, 6-8pm

Bridging the Gap: Stop undervaluing your time and talent

A candid conversation with women entrepreneurs on confidence, pricing, and self-worth featuring Christina French of Table Magazine, Jenny Karlsson of Jenny Karlsson Photography, Lisa Krowinski of Sapling and Sons, Akirah Robinson, Writer, Breakup coach, Therapist, and Lakeisha Wolf of EnjoyourSelf. Led by Kate Stoltzfus and Emily Levenson of Propelle. Food provided by Lemon GrillA recap of the event is available here.


Sunday, April 26, 12:45-3:30pm

Climb Abroad: Bus tour with Casey Droege

Join Droege on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure as we take a ride through Pittsburgh to explore the nooks and crannies of its cultural production. Along the way, we’ll pick up some amazing non-male artists and get a glimpse into their life, their work, and their place in our city. Tour goers will meet Lenka Clayton, dadpranks, General Sisters, Linda Wallen, and Alisha Wormsley. They’ll walk away with new connections, souvenirs from the artists, and a new pair of glasses. After the tour, stay for refreshments and talk with the artists at the 76<100 store. Tickets required.