James Shipman celebrates a 40-year career with the opening of an outdoor sculpture court he created on a junk-filled lot.
We’re loving Carnegie Museums brackets, haunted Pittsburgh, busy Niecy Nash and a “Sherlock” special on the way.
The Monroeville Historical Society’s annual festival will include pony rides and demonstrations of outdoor cooking this year.
Classical guitarist Pablo Villegas, country singer Kip Moore and soul singer Marsha Ambrosius all hit town this weekend.
Large solo exhibitions of work by Kevin Kutz and Kathleen Zimbicki at Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Loretto reveal artists’ lives.
The exhibit is titled “We Live Here.” Pieces will be auctioned tonight at an event at 21st Street Coffee and Tea.
The school in the Quaker Valley School District has received two grants worth nearly $9,000 to encourage education in and through the arts.
The Pittsburgh for-profit education company confirmed that positions at “several” Art Institutes had been terminated.
Tony DeSare, Arlo Guthrie, Yellowjackets and pianist Elena Uulyanova are in town. An Italian Festival and farm tour are also scheduled.
Two noted artists travel to Pittsburgh to give talks: Therman Statom at Pittsburgh Glass Center and Chris Antemann at The Frick Art Museum.
LaToya Ruby Frazier, known for stark photographs of her hometown’s decline, is one of 24 recipients of the no-strings grant.
Music in the Great Space series, RADical Days and Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks are all on the agenda for the coming week.
Open to the public, the South Side coffeehouse will be host to a range of Pittsburgh-based artists from 7 p.m. to midnight.
The hall, on North Avenue, is part of the larger Garden Theater block development that includes buildings on Federal Street.
The foundation, at 911 Galveston Ave. in Allegheny West, is an advocacy for the gay, lesbian and transgender community.
Sarika Goulatia pays homage to her roots and cultural duality in her installation at 709 Penn Gallery.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s showcase of arts from the Republic of India opens with a Gallery Crawl Friday in the Cultural District.
“Jersey Boys,” Swedish metal band Ghost, Toby Keith and Patty Griffin all roll into town this weekend.
The gallery reveals the long-lost paintings of Pittsburgh art student Mary Ethel McAuley, who lived in Germany when World War I began.
The biennial exhibition “Alloy Pittsburgh” will debut its second iteration Saturday at the Carrie Furnaces National Historic Landmark.
The first Maker Faire Pittsburgh will be held Oct. 10 and 11 at the Nova Place community park and the Children’s Museum on the North Side.
Pittsburgh Opera’s Rising Stars, Burkina Faso dance troupe at Kelly-Strayhorn, “Humanae/I AM AUGUST” opens at August Wilson Center ...
It’s the season for free admissions to local attractions such as the Pittsburgh Zoo, Carnegie Museum and Phipps Conservatory.
Fritz Keck captures Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods on canvas. His images of Lawrenceville will be sold at a Lawrenceville Live on Friday.
Exhibitions opening this weekend range in subject from mental health to air pollution, fungal botanics to Black male identity.
Her lecture was held in conjunction with the exhibition “She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World.”
In “The Play” at Heinz Hall, the running back during the 1970s Super Bowl runs delivers his own life story from the perspective of 40 years.
Created by New York artist Tom Otterness, the sculpture yearns to be touched. It opens next week at the growing Aspinwall Riverfront Park.
The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge, opera singer Amanda Van Story Lewis, and comedian Mo’Nique on the schedule for the coming week.