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The program is funded through a matching grant from the Pennsylvania Council for the Arts.
Fog from a new art installation in Downtown Pittsburgh has prompted confusion and calls to firefighters.
From Pictorialism to the modern use of silver gelatin prints, photographers elevated their work.
Jeremy Boyle and Mark Franchino exhibit at be2 in Lawrenceville; “Duane Michals: Collector” closing at The Carnegie.
The artist’s great-niece and her partner are working to complete a family portrait of Warhol. A Kickstarter funding drive launches Tuesday.
Standard Oil geologist launched Leopold Seyffert’s career as an artist by lending him tuition for the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
Shakespeare is in the parks, Beethoven is on the Bluff and ArcAttack is at the Hillman Center.
The mission of Start with Art is to create a culture of art collectors among newborns at three Pittsburgh-area hospitals.
The 40th annual show will include an exhibit about early glass manufacturers in the Pittsburgh region.
The Pittsburgh Symphony, David Bromberg and the Steeltown Jazz Storytellers are among those performing this weekend.
A public art project in Market Square will have 125 trees with lights that will change over the next two months as winter becomes spring.
Pittsburgh art museums follow national trend in banning selfie “sticks” within its exhibits -- but not selfies themselves.
“Out of the Ark: Animal Drawings From the Saint Vincent Art Collections” comprises 43 19th-century works from cows to camels.
Explore the art of the alphabet at Pittsburgh Glass Center through a colorful multimedia exhibit by artists Jen Elek and Jeremy Bert.
Preservation Pennsylvania wants to protect the former Frank & Seder Department Store, Downtown, and the Harmony Historic District in Butler.
New Horizon Theater’s “The Meeting” (Malcom X and MLK), PSO’s Play N’at chamber music series, Jerusalem Quartet lands in Carnegie Music
The Manchester Bridge portal was saved from the wrecking ball and now will be displayed by Stage AE on the North Shore.
The Historical Glass Club of Pittsburgh will hold a general antiques show on Feb. 21-22 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
“The Pittsburgh ordinance is severely limited,” said Carolyn Speranza, an artist and leader of PGH4ART campaign.
The Carnegie Museum of Art, which has an annual operating budget of $10 million, announced today that a $300,000 operating deficit.
Artists examine gun culture in “UNLOADED” at SPACE gallery; lights at the Gulf Tower will reflect social media participants’ reactions to
Marina Picasso is preparing to sell many of her grandfather Pablo Picasso’s artworks to finance and broaden her philanthropy.
The St. Olaf Choir makes a stop at Heinz Hall at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday as part of its annual tour.
The Father Ryan Arts Center is displaying paintings and other pieces, include hand-painted clothing, created by local artists.
Oakmont Carnegie Library will host a “Bad Art Nite” to give adults a chance to explore their artistic abilities, even if they don’t have
Works of all types created by 23 middle school students will be included the spring edition of “Celebrating Art.”
Five paintings by self-taught Pittsburgh artist John Kane are exhibited this month at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Graham Shearing to speak on “Curiosities for the Collector;” special show and fundraiser scheduled at Millvale gallery for Maxo Vanka
Multimedia artist Laura Jean Kahl advises young filmmakers and photographers to get involved with Pittsburgh Filmmakers.
If approved by UNESCO in 2016, the nominations would be the first World Heritage listings in the field of modern architecture in the U.S.
London’s Natural History Museum sparks outcry with plans to remove Dippy the dinosaur, donated by Andrew Carnegie, from a prominent spot.
The purchase of a rare Meissen table service turned Fritz Theil into a collector. He’ll give a talk at Maridon Museum.
An exhibition at Christine Frechard Art Gallery argues for a place for the late Pittsburgh artist Susan Winicour in art history and markets.