Lawrenceville exhibit will run from 4 p.m. Saturday to 2 p.m. Sunday.
The fifth PGH Photo Fair will be held at Carnegie Museum of Art Saturday and Sunday, where the Iris van Herpen continues through Monday.
“Art as Fashion” brings informal modeling, vendors and a Seton Hill University student project to the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Ten typists using vintage typewriters will be stationed in Market Square Friday and Saturday.
Arthur Ziegler was sued by former trustees of the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation in 2013.
By denying public funding for art, keeping art on the back burner, we fail to reward ourselves with much needed uplift.
Isabelle de Borchgrave constructed a paper gown inspired by “Portrait of Charlotte — Marguerite de Montmorency, Princess of Conde.”
Small towns throughout the region are revitalizing main street by renovating historic theaters.
Artist Michael Williams will speak at his Carnegie Museum of Art exhibition Thursday; Sonya Clark works open Friday at Contemporary Craft.
Lots of musical entertainment including Eric Church, JoJo, the Pittsburgh Symphony and the Chainsmokers scheduled for the weekend.
Artist Salvador Dali was not shocking but searching, according to Father Robert Keffer, a Benedictine monk at Saint Vincent Archabbey.
The Pacifica Quartet, jazz great Robert Glasper and actor-comedian Kevin Pollack are on tap this week.
The State Museum of Pennsylvania is showing the exhibit "Pennsylvania At War: World War I Posters from the Pennsylvania State Archives."
The Pitt Building, former headquarters for the Americus Club of Pittsburgh, retains architectural details and sparkles after renovation.
STOMP hits town, along with the irreverent Steel Panther pop-metal band and country duo Dan + Shay.
“Elise Adibi: Restoration Paintings” opens in the greenhouse of The Frick Pittsburgh and “Cocktails & Conservation” returns to St. Nicholas.
The circus comes to town, Pittsburgh Symphony performs and Batman and Robin show up at the Steel City Comic Con.
Irish artists exhibit at Mattress Factory; Brenda Stumpf speaks at The Mine Factory, and Shadyside holds a First Friday ArtWalk.
One of three recipients of BetaBurgh grants challenges people to climb onto a fitness bike and pedal into another reality.
Jazz blues band Davina and the Vagabonds, NAT 28 chamber music and performance artist Miwa Matreyek are on tap this week.
The 1919 painting, valued at $1 million and known as “Taking a Break” and “Lazybones,” was returned to members of the Grant family.
Lots of music in town, including home-town girl Daya, Christian hip-hop artist TobyMac and rockers Stevie Nicks and Chrissie Hynde.
The full schedule for the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival.
The fourth annual Pittsburgh Fringe Festival fills the North Side with three days of “adventurous and exploratory” performing artists.
“Instill & Inspire: The John & Vivian Hewitt Collection of African-American Art” opens Saturday at the August Wilson Center, Downtown.