The exhibition “Selections from the Richard M. Scaife Bequest” closes Sunday at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
In “Fast Cars and Femmes Fatales” at The Frick Pittsburgh art museum, Jacques Henri Lartigue focuses on France’s Belle Epoque.
Programs, film series, lectures and other activities will complement the new exhibit featuring the photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue.
James Turrell’s gift to the Mattress Factory museum has its roots in their shared past and implications for the future.
Michael Chow will be in Pittsburgh in conjunction with the Warhol exhibit “Michael Chow aka Zhou Yinghua: Voice for My Father.”
Pianist Nathan Carterette will tackle Bach’s “The Goldberg Variations,” a Bob Marley Birthday Party, George Jones’ New View Trio and more.
February celebrates African-American history with features that include a film exhibition and a play about Emmett Till.
Artist James Turrell gifts a Skyspace worth at least $1 million to the Mattress Factory museum on the North Side to be installed in 2017.
Lots of art activities, comedian Paula Poundstone, opera, automobile and kiddie events round out the schedule this weekend.
A Carnegie Museum of Natural History paleontologist has helped analyze fossils of two titanosaurs, among Earth’s largest-ever creatures.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust opens doors Friday to the Cultural District with art openings and performances.
Lancaster artist William Chambers brought his interactive performance work to the Mattress Factory on MLK Day.
The rancher’s find soon led to the exposure of skeletal remains of six of the biggest titanosaurs.
A Carnegie scientist was part of a research team that unearthed a new dinosaur in Argentina, the museum announced today.
“Jane Haskell: Drawing in Light” at the American Jewish Museum, Squirrel Hill, examines key themes in the late artist’s work.
Jazz drummer Thomas Wendt, Chris Ivey’s “East of Liberty” film trilogy, The Kassia Ensemble, a new female chamber music ensemble and more.
First from his country to win award that carries $100,000 grant.
Shows feature University of Pittsburgh students inspired by Wyoming field work, and local artists inspired by poetry published in the PG.
The work was to be a sculptural wall used historic Hill District photographs as part of a curving walkway from Centre to Fifth avenues.
German silversmith taught industrial design, then led a successful firm that shaped the “Mad Men” era.
Theatreworks USA's "Junie B.'s Essential Survival Guide to School" opens at 2 p.m. today at the Byham Theater, Downtown.
Highland Park artist invites poets to write about abstract artworks.
Terry Deglau had a stellar career lecturing for Kodak in 48 states and 45 countries and photographing five presidents.
“Forbidden Fruit: Chris Antemann at Meissen” at The Frick Art & Historical Center features saucy figurative porcelain narratives.
U.S. Postal Service will celebrate the bond with fuzzy and cuddly — and not-so-fuzzy and cuddly — companions by issuing 20-stamp set.
Meet Melanie Harrington, Darrell Kinsel, Bethany Zozula, Yoshiaki Nakano, Chris Brunetti, Judith Hansen O’Toole, Eric Crosby and more ...
Sherlock Holmes, the “Wizard of Oz” and “Altar Boyz” take the stage and screen in the coming week.
The Postal Service offers a preview of new stamps that honor Sarah Vaughn and Shirley Temple while celebrating American culture and history.
Here are some New Year’s resolutions for Pittsburgh readers to enhance their knowledge and to expand their minds.
The museum will close on Jan. 4 to update exhibitions, install an 18th-century musket and clean the large diorama.
Alto saxophonist Yoko Suzuki; Steve Byrne, comedian, Hampton High grad; “Une Belle Soiree et Fete,” Pittsburgh Opera’s New Year’s Eve fest
It’s a herculean task to be a champion of architectural preservation in a struggling community.
Such as: Nova Place transforming North Side’s Allegheny Center, U.S. Open at Oakmont, lots of Harry Potter and Batman and Superman ...
Art therapy helps those with autism, but more research proving it is needed.
Artist Raymond Simboli painted portraits, landscapes, watercolors and the fiery steelmaking he saw in Pittsburgh.
Lots of Christmas-themed events are slated for the coming holiday weekend.
Carnegie Museum of Art launches a roster of engaging programs, including monthly late nights, culinary adventures and yoga.
Langston Hughes' “Black Nativity,” opening for “A Place in Mind” art exhibition, send a last-minute message to Santa at Carnegie Museum ...
The annual display at Carnegie Museum of Art draws generations of visitors to its dramatic landscape.
Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch; a book of Pittsburgh; a new hotel in East Liberty; National Aviary’s winter wonders; a new “Serial” season.
Institutions seeking a modern way of tracking custody and movement of art while allowing an open exchange of information about artworks.
Seasonal concerts, death metal and a Festivus celebration are all on the agenda for the coming weekend.
Art exhibitions opening in 2016 range from a look at the Asian Pacific LGBT culture to a triennial international fiberart exhibition.
Chiharu Shiota’s “Trace of Memory” and two “Factory Installed” exhibitions make for an adventurous experience at the museum.
“Bells, Bells, Bells: A Lenox Holiday” is the latest exhibition at the Mount Pleasant Glass Museum to explore the regional glass history.
The Shona Sharif African Dance & Drum Ensemble performs “Black Nativity,” George Jones New View Trio and PSO honors “Star Wars.”
Charlie Humphrey resigns as executive director of Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts
The resignation ends a 23-year run at the arts organization, which has offices in Oakland and Shadyside and operates three movie theaters.
The board of Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts placed the organization’s executive director on indefinite leave Friday.
Fracking art has found a voice in the region where thousands of wells have been drilled since the boom began in earnest in 2008.
Celtic Woman joins the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra for “Home for Christmas — The Symphony Tour” 7:30 p.m. Monday at Heinz Hall.