Arts & CulturAL Programs
Connecting communities through art and nature.
The Eden Hall Summer Series offers a variety of concerts and theater performances for every age. Our event calendar will help fill your summer evenings with great entertainment in the North Hills.
The inaugural Eden Hall Campus Summer Series was launched in 2014 in Pittsburgh's newest outdoor music and performance venue, the Hilda M. Willis Amphitheater at Eden Hall Campus. Carved directly into the surrounding landscape, the amphitheater at Eden Hall offers stunning views and a one-of-a-kind, intimate outdoor performance space for musical, theatrical, and cultural performances.
Workshops will include focus on chocolate, wine, bread, sausage, and pie making techniques. Presented by CRAFT.
Enjoy a two hour guided excursion through the woodlands of Eden Hall, and visit our American Chestnut tree - a species on the verge of extinction.
Explore new interests on the Farm at Eden Hall. Depending on the season, you may engage with the apiary and help us spin honey, inoculate logs for shiitake mushrooms, harvest food from the field or greenhouse, or tap maple trees.
Two out of every three bites we eat wouldn't exist without the hard work of pollinators. Learn what you can do to attract different kinds of insects and birds to your garden. Discover a variety of plants that help attract and support pollinator populations and learn strategies to protect them.
In this hands-on workshop, you’ll discover a centuries old European approach to a no-till, raised bed garden. Designed to improve garden conditions across a huge range of climates, hugelkultur is now a sought-after garden sensation sweeping the US.
Slow down and record the world around you! In this workshop we will observe then capture the changing colors and landscapes of fall through sketches in pencil, pen, colored pencil or watercolor. We will work both outside and in the studio to capture the mood of the day. No special skills needed, just the desire to document the world around you.
Welcome to the meditative world of basket making. Even if you have never woven before, this is your opportunity to create a basket that you will treasure using only natural materials.
You probably know that wool is a magical fiber that insulates from cold and heat. But, did you know that wool resists water and fire? Most importantly, it’s what you can do with wool that truly impresses. Come and transform fuzzy wool fibers into felt using only soapy water and your hands.
Love to write or draw, but don't love store bought journals or sketch books? In this workshop students will construct and bind a 4 by 6 inch journal or 8.5 by 11 inch sketch book. You’ll explore different binding stitches and cover-making techniques to create a personalized hand-bound notebook.