Best of the Burghosphere Awards Ceremonies Nov 20 & 22

First Ever ‘Best of the Burghosphere’ Awards

Garfield Art Gallery Honors Pittsburgh Based Bloggers

PITTSBURGH –  More than 20 bloggers will celebrate National Blogging Month in November through the first ever ‘Best of the Burghosphere’ (#Burghosphere) awards. The project was designed to acknowledge and honor the contributions of bloggers through Pittsburgh’s blogosphere (aka “Burghosphere”) with an awards ceremony. Each participating blogger was assigned another blog and asked to create a unique category that reflects the nature of the blog.

All categories and the corresponding Blogs are listed on the Most Wanted Fine Art website.

We invite you to read all of the well crafted posts.

MWFA will host two celebrations to honor the bloggers.

Most Wanted Fine Art
5015 Penn Ave, PGH PA 15224

Friday, November 20 from 7p-10PM will be a 21+ only event. This event includes Rockbottom Beer and musical entertainment.

Sunday, November 22 from 1-4 PM a family friendly event This event welcomes bloggers and their children as well as the general public to celebrate the art of blogging with snacks, activities, and more.

Tickets can be purchased online and include a Tshirt 

You can also pay a suggested donation of $5.00 per person, at the door in cash but does not include shirt.

Sponsors include Bold Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Printing Press, Rockbottom Brewery, Sweet Peaches Catering, SueCat Social Media, K.S. Kennedy Distinctive Floral and the Karpel Group. All proceeds will benefit the Resident Artist programming of Most Wanted Fine Art.

November also features an exhibit focused on ‘The Art of Blogging’ a group exhibit exploring blogging as an art form and the other art that bloggers do in their “off time”. This exhibit features 13 local bloggers and debuts during Unblurred on Friday, November 6, 2015 and hangs for the entire month. The group show includes a live-blogging component. You will be able to see the Blogger Art during the #Burghosphere Awards Ceremonies.

For more information, visit www.mostwantedfineart.com.