Sallyann Kluz is a Pittsburgh-based arts administrator, architect and urban designer with over 20 years of practice in the region. Her practice of art, architecture, urban design, and design education has been focused primarily on works in the public realm, including public libraries, streetscapes, public art, and neighborhood development strategies.
Sallyann is the Director of the Office of Public Art (OPA). In her role at OPA, Sallyann is focused on providing technical assistance to artists and clients, and expanding the role of artists in community development and civic design. Prior to joining the Office of Public Art, she was an associate and project architect with Loysen + Kreuthmeier Architects (1998 – 2013), and served as an urban design, planning, and facilitation consultant in the Pittsburgh region. Sallyann also serves on Neighborhood Allies’ Investment Advisory Council and worked with Nieghborhood Allies on the Temporary Public Art and Placemaking Program. Sallyann earned her Bachelor of Architecture with a minor in Art from Carnegie Mellon University, where she has also taught urban design and architecture.