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"The Art of the Louvre's Tuileries Gardens" brings centuries of natural and created beauty to the Toledo Museum of Art.
On CI13's last day, Mary Thomas picks two "favorites" -- the work most meaningful to her and most meaningful to the exhibition.
"An American Odyssey: The Warner Collection of American Painting" includes fine works from the Hudson River School to Impressionists.
Activities include Pittsburgh Camerata, IonSound Project, "Black Angels Over Tuskeegee," Mike Birbiglia and poetry.
The art lending program at Carnegie Library in Braddock will outlive the Carnegie International, and it's expanding.
Florentijn Hofman's beloved rubber duck will dock at the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Va.
Home & Garden Show opens, "Disney on Ice" skates into Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre performs "3x3," Brit Floyd and more
The last artist program of the 2013 Carnegie International will feature Dihn Q. Le tonight in a discussion of art, war and image.
Art critics find more to praise than fault in Carnegie International 2013 as the exhibition heads toward its closing.
Robert Qualters' life and artwork take on new dimensions in a documentary being shown this month at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.
Martin E. Sullivan tried to push the museum past its reputation for staid works of art.
Smithsonian's Archives of American Art exhibit traces the mission of real-life art conservators during World War II.
Readers will get a historical view of 'Doonesbury' while its creator, Garry Trudeau, focuses on his Web series, "Alpha House."
Pittsburgh Concert Society presents Young Artists Auditions winners; Carnegie International artist Dinh Le; Iranian writer Moniru Ravanipur.
The 26-foot-tall statue of Marilyn Monroe will move in April from Palm Springs, Calif., to Hamilton, N.J.
Violinist Joshua Bell performs; "An American Odyssey" exhibit opens at the Frick and the Avett Brothers hit town.
The most recent purchases include a painting and a sculpture by Carnegie Prize winner Nicole Eisenman.
Ralph Proctor donates more artifacts to Pitt's African Heritage Classroom in time for Black History Month.
Jazz Intervention with Dwayne Dolphin, Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society and comedian Taylor Williamson perform this week.
Every evening, the light and sound installation runs in 25-minute loops, each one different as human activity choreographs the piece.
An exhibition aims to keep Brother Cosmas Wolf, who designed altars and carved statues for churches, from being lost in history.
The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards exhibit is on display at the Andy Warhol Museum through March 2.
Ms. Flom will assume her new position in mid-May with the Oakland organization that presents Ten Literary Evenings.
This weekend, you can take part in a Roaring '20s party at CMU, see a teacher creature at Pittsburgh International Theater and much more.
The Society for Contemporary Craft brings together community resources to complement "ENOUGH Violence: Artists Speak Out!"
Old trophies have a second life in sculptures and photography through the work of Jennifer Myers.
Documentary about "The Rise and Fall of Penn Station" recalls an era of vision and ingenious engineering
Center for the Arts exhibition, first-rate catalog and excellent documentary celebrate the career of Robert Qualters
Artist Robert Qualters brings the universal to the local and then goes deeper in retrospective exhibition.