The Pittsburgh Creative Bureau, a nonprofit that specializes in local creative and creative-related projects, is closing its doors.
In a statement on its website, the nonprofit said that its staff is looking for a new agency that can help it continue to create new work in Pittsburgh.
The agency also said it will no longer allow members of its staff to use its digital tools to create content or promote the group’s work.
The organization was founded in 2005.
Pittsburgh Creative Group’s founder and director of creative development, Ryan Miller, told the Associated Press that the organization had struggled with the lack of new content since the group was founded.
Miller said that his group had been seeking to create a “creative identity” in Pittsburgh, and he had long been frustrated by the lack, especially in the area of local programming.
“We have been really struggling for a number of years, not only in terms of our local content, but also in terms the lack in the way local people are represented,” Miller said.
The group has been working with Pittsburgh City Hall to craft a new business plan, but Miller said he and his team were still searching for a viable partner.
“The only way we can really do it is to find a new partner and then start creating,” Miller told the AP.
Since the group started in 2007, Miller said that the group has hosted a number, and not all, of its events, and had expanded its membership to include more than 1,000.
“There is not a whole lot of local content out there anymore.
We’re in the middle of a transition.
The number of events has grown dramatically,” Miller explained.
On Monday, Miller confirmed to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that he would be leaving the group.
The Pittsburgh Public Library is also shutting down its digital content.
In addition to its closure, the Pittsburgh Creative Association said it would be severing all relationships with the Pittsburgh Public Libraries.
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