Multiple venues
April 1923
Various times

An exhibition featuring work made by top Pittsburgh artists . . . when they were in high school. Fifteen breweries and two rock bands on the Gateway Clipper. A dance party for people who can’t stay awake past 10 p.m.

If one or all of these sounds appealing, then you’ll love the third annual FULLTIME festival.

Staunchly open-sourced and locally produced, the five-day happening will set up shop in unique spaces and places throughout the Burgh—from artists’ studios to taprooms to warehouses.

Showcasing a wide range of creative enterprises, the crowd-sourced festival highlights independent Pittsburgh-based artists, designers and small business owners.

Discover how a simple coffee date can kickstart your own creative endeavors, learn to take an effective headshot, and view a display of locally made t-shirts. Show off your moves at a Troika skateboard competition, and attend the launch of a new product line for kids at White Whale Bookstore.

Festival-goers can also go behind-the-scenes to experience artistic projects underway, hone new skills, and connect with experts in a range of business development areas.

View a schedule.

Looking for more events? Check out 11 Pittsburgh events not to miss in April and Top 10 family events in Pittsburgh this April.

Jennifer Baron

Jennifer has worked at the Mattress Factory, Brooklyn Museum of Art and Dahesh Museum of Art and is co-author of Pittsburgh Signs Project: 250 Signs of Western Pennsylvania. She also is co-coordinator...