Foundations grant will spur temporary ’placemaking’ art works.
A new exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art is a visual feast of works by artists familiar and new.
Legendary soul group the Dramatics headline the Donald Patterson Jr. Keeping Soul Music Alive Awards tonight.
The Carnegie Science Center’s Miniature Railroad & Village adds another iconic Hill District venue with its new Crawford Grill feature.
J.P. Diroll of West Deer has two favorite subjects, Pittsburgh and nature, and he strives to include both in most of his photographs.
Swing dancing, Livingston Taylor, Poinsettias and Pointes and holiday bazaars are all on the agenda for the coming weekend.
Minneapolis artist Roman Verostko takes art making from hand to code in his algorithmic transformations at The Saint Vincent Gallery.
The Pittsburgh Foundation will administer the fund.
Trustees delay vote on bids to demolish historic amphitheater at Chautauqua; portions of project may be rebid.
County council is expected to gut its percent-for-public art law while city is revising its law without public input.
Diplodocus “Dippy” carnegii wins contest to name favorite feature of the Carnegie museums.
Ugly sweaters, acrobatic cats and artistic prosthetic limbs — what more could you want?
Artist divides her time between work with wire and watercolors.
The Dark Star Orchestra honors The Dead, Boz Skaggs hits town, so does Christian singer Chris Tomlin and the Benedum celebrates chocolate.
In his 47 years of teaching at the University of Pittsburgh, he made significant contributions to the art world.
With a program called “Elysa,” the Carnegie Museum collects history and other information on its artwork, then shares it with others.
Curators of a Carnegie Museum exhibit look at famous architects who presented grand design proposals for Pittsburgh that did not pan out.
The art installation originally was located on Sixth Avenue in Downtown, but had to move when the building owner sold the site.
Art project in Mars Area showcases monster drawings by young students.
The circus rolls into town, bellydancers cavort, Alfio sings and “West Side Story” returns to Heinz Hall.
The collection could include works by Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet.
A cookbook, time capsule, 1960s projects and children’s books are all topics of “Warhol By the Book” programs at The Andy Warhol Museum.
The voting contest among Pittsburgh’s cultural icons that began Oct. 19 with 24 pieces or artifacts is down to four favorites.
Mezzo-soprano Marianne Cornetti sings, jazz trombonist Reggie Watkins plays, and comedian Sheryl Underwood performs.
A new walkway aims to show off its expansion in Point Breeze. Free admission set for its debut Nov. 21.