Tina Dillman


Tina Dillman is an artist, curator, administrator, leader, educator, writer, and consultant that is currently based in Pittsburgh, PA. She has dedicated her life to the arts through the founding of non-profits and fiscally sponsored projects, holding paid positions at various art non-profits, board involvement, and volunteering at fundraisers that benefit other local arts organizations. She has exhibited, performed, and attended residencies nationally and abroad. Her latest project that she launched this past summer as a response to the pandemic, The Bloomfield Garden Club, is a monthly outdoor salon that features vulnerable artists (mothers, women, those along the gay spectrum and artists other than just white) performing or presenting new work in art, music, dance, literature, or theater/comedy. Dillman earned her masters degree (MFA) from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2014, and her bachelor’s of fine arts (BFA) in 2003 from the University of Iowa.