Get Drawn at Stuff n Such Society

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Pittsburgh, PA Jan. 4, 2013 – Have your portrait done for a charitable cause.

Stuff n Such Society, the underground hotspot for memorabilia, kicks off the new year with an event worth remembering. There will be a whole new stock of pop culture collectables available for buy and trade. New art will be on display from International artists Sylvia K. and Sarina Meester. Local artist Sam Thorp will be drawing live and on the spot to benefit the Pittsburgh Women and Girls Foundation. The suggested donation for a 9×12” sketch is $10. but a little more or less won’t hurt.

The Artists:

  • Sylvia K is a citizen of Italy, France & USA. Her drawings have amazing wit and charm. Samples can be seen here:
  • Sarina Meester is from the Netherlands and works professionally as a designer for major companies, but she still makes time to create art dedicated to her love for music. Her portfolio site is:
  • Sam Thorp is form Pittsburgh, PA and has many art shows here as well as around the world. Her work is mainly figurative with a strength in color and portraiture. Her work can be seen at:

The Charity:
The mission of the Women and Girls Foundation (WGF) is to achieve equality for women and girls, now and for generations to come. Our vision is for women and girls in Pennsylvania to have equal access, opportunity, and influence in all aspects of their public and private lives. To realize this vision, the organization’s active work is focused on developing the female leaders of tomorrow and advancing women’s rights today through advocacy, coalition building, and grantmaking.

The Space:
Stuff – Such Society is part retail store specializing in memorabilia of years gone by and part gallery/event space focused on the Art and Community of Collectible Culture. In addition to toys and action figures are thousands of old magazines, comic books, records and other relics rescued from the refuse bin.

Stuff n Such
(basement) 5015 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15224

Event takes place: Friday the 4th of January 6pm- to 11pm

Free Admission.

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