Showcasing the works of nationally known sculptor, amateur magician, and former Carnegie Melon professor, Dan Droz. Features over 30 of Droz’s recent works and takes its name from the recently published book, "Behind the Fold," which showcases Droz’s extensive body of work including large-scale pieces installed in museums, galleries and prominent private and commercial projects. In addition to the exhibition, Droz will also give an artist talk on Feb. 25 when he will discuss his themes and groundbreaking methods revealed in his book and will later conduct a hands-on session for parents and children on self-expression through sculpture.


Dan Droz is a sculptor, nationally recognized for developing novel methods for forming metal, glass and wire mesh. Droz pursued visual studies at Harvard University and pursued a career as an industrial designer and faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University until 2019, when he decided to focus full time on his sculpture. Since then, his work has been included in over 50 solo and juried exhibitions and public installations including the Westmoreland Museum of Art, the Museum of Art and History (LA), Pittsburgh International Airport and commissions for both commercial and private collections such as “The Gathering,” a 12-foot sculpture at the entrance to the historic Heritage Trail in downtown Pittsburgh. Droz has been the recipient of many awards, including the Mary Phillips Award for Sculpture, ID Magazine’s Designer of Year and Best of America by Abitari (Italy). Droz graduated cum laude from Harvard College and was recognized as a Distinguished Alumni of Harvard’s Visual Arts Center at their 30th anniversary.


  • Starting Saturday, January 21st, 2023, repeats every week on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday until Sunday, March 05, 2023 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Starting Saturday, January 21st, 2023, repeats every week on Saturday until Sunday, March 05, 2023 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
  • Starting Saturday, January 21st, 2023, repeats every week on Sunday until Sunday, March 05, 2023 @ 10:30 am – 2:30 pm


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