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Bill “Biilzebub” Wilson aka The Bone Collector creates his art and gives new life — and beauty — to that which is already dead.
Duane Michals, Charles “Teenie” Harris and Charles Courtney Curran shows open.
The PBS series “Craft in America” has put together a thoughtful program in “Service,” which focuses on veterans.
Owner not sure what will become of space with promoter Manny Theiner going out on his own.
South Highland Avenue Bridge renovation, a new middle school auditorium and “butterfly balconies” garner awards for local architects.
Two Girls Working ask big questions as part of their installation “Taking Stock” at SPACE gallery in Downtown Pittsburgh.
The Garfield gallery and concert venue helped launch an artistic renaissance on Penn Avenue in the 1990s.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History opens doors to the nightlife crowd with “Haunted Museum ... After Dark.”
Curator Thomas Sokolowski has organized an impressive exhibition of works by five AAP members for The Mine Factory, East End.
The site on McFarland Road will be known as The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh, and will allow for the relocation of Koolkat Designs.
Music on the Edge series, comedian/actress Tig Notaro comes to Kelly Strayhorn Theater, a world premiere of “Queens of the Blues” and more.
The annual tour runs in Indiana County from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Philadelphia artist, Pittsburgh native and 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial artist Chuck Connelly will speak at The Andy Warhol Museum Saturday.
The last day of the Pittsburgh Filmmakers component of the 2104 Pittsburgh Biennial, photography and video installation, is Sunday.
Alaska-born artist Sean Derry finds a lot in common between his adopted home of Pittsburgh and his birthplace.
Teenie Harris photographs, music at Rodef Shalom and Tony Campbell Jazz Surgery Band are a few of the events on the calendar.
The family-friend event by the Mt. Lebanon Arts Initiative will run from Thursday through Sunday.
“RACE: Are We So Different?” a traveling show at Carnegie Museum, has launched important discussions. It will close Oct. 27.
Dr. Michael Nieland has gifted his American sculpture collection, comprising 55 works, to the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Workers today have disassembled and removed the 20-foot-tall, 14,440-pound sculpture that has towered over PPG Plaza since early June.
Architectural historian Albert M. Tannler gives three free talks about 20th-century architecture in October.
Southern Allegheny Museum of Art mounts a handsome retrospective of the art of Kamal Youssef featuring almost 250 paintings.
“13 Most Wanted Men” exhibition at The Andy Warhol Museum looks back at the row its namesake caused at the 1964 World’s Fair.
Individuals can show support for the region’s arts and cultural groups through online contributions during Thursday’s Arts Day of Giving.