Brody, Lila Hirsch is an art instructor, art scene coordinator and well-known Pittsburgh artist who is passionate about the creative process and the sometimes offbeat world of art. Her whimsical style, unique use of color and form and extraordinary ability to create positive emotional responses with her art have earned her wide acclaim. Brody's work has been shown at Carnegie Museum of Art and Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and has been included in exhibitions of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh and the Fiberart 1989 International. She won an award from Pittsburgh Center for the Arts for her balloon sculpture: Art Too Can Be a Bust. Solo exhibitions include Studio Z (1998) and JCC (1997), where she also has taught for 35 years. She is the recipient of the 1999 Shore-Whitehall Award. She also has shown at the Amsterdam Whitney Gallery in Chelsea, NYC.