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Flash!: Pittsburgh Ballet cocktail party; Artists of the 21st Century exhibit

Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review - BALLET COCKTAIL PARTY: Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Regional Relations Manager, Rob Jessup, (L), and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Director of Development, Lois Wholey, (R), join hosts, Gina Sciarrino and husband, Sean Cassidy, at the cocktail party for Westmoreland County Friends of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, held at the Sciarrino/Cassidy home in Monroeville on Sunday evening, March 2, 2014.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Kim Stepinsky  |  for the Tribune-Review</em></div>BALLET COCKTAIL PARTY: Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Regional Relations Manager, Rob Jessup, (L), and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Director of Development, Lois Wholey, (R), join hosts, Gina Sciarrino and husband, Sean Cassidy, at the cocktail party for Westmoreland County Friends of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, held at the Sciarrino/Cassidy home in Monroeville on Sunday evening, March 2, 2014.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review - BALLET COCKTAIL PARTY: (from left), Daniel Meyer, Artistic Director, Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra, joins Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre company dancers, Casey Taylor and Danielle Downey, and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Executive Director, Harris Ferris, at the cocktail party for Westmoreland County Friends of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, held at the home of Gina Sciarrino and Sean Cassidy in Monroeville on Sunday evening, March 2, 2014.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Kim Stepinsky  |  for the Tribune-Review</em></div>BALLET COCKTAIL PARTY: (from left), Daniel Meyer, Artistic Director, Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra, joins Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre company dancers, Casey Taylor and Danielle Downey, and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Executive Director, Harris Ferris, at the cocktail party for Westmoreland County Friends of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, held at the home of Gina Sciarrino and Sean Cassidy in Monroeville on Sunday evening, March 2, 2014.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review - STUDENT ARTISTS: Valley School of Ligonier art teacher, Kelly Vellely, (L), joins her ninth grade student, Killian Joseph, 15, of Greensburg, at his artwork of acrylic and oil paint on canvas, (shown back), during the Artists of the 21st Century Student Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Sunday afternoon, March 2, 2014. The exhibition is open to schools that participate in the Museum/School Partnership Program and features works of teacher-selected art, exhibited with full museum text panels.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Kim Stepinsky  |  for the Tribune-Review</em></div>STUDENT ARTISTS: Valley School of Ligonier art teacher, Kelly Vellely, (L), joins her ninth grade student, Killian Joseph, 15, of Greensburg, at his artwork of acrylic and oil paint on canvas, (shown back), during the Artists of the 21st Century Student Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Sunday afternoon, March 2, 2014. The exhibition is open to schools that participate in the Museum/School Partnership Program and features works of teacher-selected art, exhibited with full museum text panels.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review - STUDENT ARTISTS: Jesse Keffer, (L), 7, a second grade student at Baggaley Elementary School, shows his crayon batik artwork, (shown back), to his mother, Heather Keffer, during the Artists of the 21st Century Student Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Sunday afternoon, March 2, 2014. The exhibition is open to schools that participate in the Museum/School Partnership Program and features works of teacher-selected art, exhibited with full museum text panels.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Kim Stepinsky  |  for the Tribune-Review</em></div>STUDENT ARTISTS: Jesse Keffer, (L), 7,  a second grade student at Baggaley Elementary School, shows his crayon batik artwork, (shown back), to his mother, Heather Keffer, during the Artists of the 21st Century Student Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Sunday afternoon, March 2, 2014. The exhibition is open to schools that participate in the Museum/School Partnership Program and features works of teacher-selected art, exhibited with full museum text panels.
Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review - STUDENT ARTISTS: Abby Jo Stull, (L), of New Alexandria, a seventh grade student at Greensburg Salem Middle School, gives her father, Jeff Stull, and up-close look at her styrofoam and plaster artwork,(shown center), during the Artists of the 21st Century Student Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Sunday afternoon, March 2, 2014. The exhibition is open to schools that participate in the Museum/School Partnership Program and features works of teacher-selected art, exhibited with full museum text panels.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Kim Stepinsky  |  for the Tribune-Review</em></div>STUDENT ARTISTS: Abby Jo Stull, (L), of New Alexandria, a seventh grade student at Greensburg Salem Middle School, gives her father, Jeff Stull, and up-close look at her styrofoam and plaster artwork,(shown center), during the Artists of the 21st Century Student Art Exhibition, held at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley on Sunday afternoon, March 2, 2014. The exhibition is open to schools that participate in the Museum/School Partnership Program and features works of teacher-selected art, exhibited with full museum text panels.

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