The doll who is the subject of a Warhol work gets a Factory-inspired makeover, with a Campbell’s Soup Can dress.
Chinese activist and artist Ai Weiwei, comedic impersonator Frank Caliendo, “Cowboy Shakespeare” and more ...
The Carnegie Museum of Art installs artist Ai Weiwei’s massive bronze sculptures based on creatures from the Chinese Zodiac calendar.
Four artworks have been recovered in the two months since the Friends of Art and the Pittsburgh Public Schools declared a no-blame amnesty.
The imposing figures arrive this week at the Carnegie Museum of Art for an exhibition opening Saturday and continuing through Aug. 29.
Statue has been welcomed around the world, but Conservative-led Westminster Council says its city has more than enough statues.
“The Shakespeare Show” at Cinemark, JazzLive presents Salsamba, Undercroft Opera reimagines Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” and more ...
The fifth annual Ligonier Art Walk on May 28 will feature 19 exhibiting artists, children’s activities, demonstrations and receptions.
Alice Cooper hits town, and so does Chris Isaak, and at another venue the Milk Carton Kids perform..
Celebrated Fluxus artist Alison Knowles invites the public to bring red objects to Carnegie Museum of Art May 19 for interactive artwork.
Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts has cut expenses, raised tuition and retooled courses in an effort to remain relevant.
Classical and jazz music as well as art and comedy highlight cultural events in Pittsburgh.
In a strategic swap, The Andy Warhol Museum acquires “Do It Yoursef (Sailboats),” a 1962 work that forecasts Andy’s use of media imagery.
The fair on Saturday and Sunday features local and out-of-town gallery owners selling a variety of current and historic images.
Dominique Luster will research and digitize photos of African-American life from the 1930s through the 1970s by Charles “Teenie” Harris.
The Avett Brothers, Pizzafest, comedian Margaret Cho and sheep shearing at the Oliver Miller Homestead are on the agenda for the weekend.
Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei will speak June 2 at Carnegie Music Hall in conjunction with Warhol and Carnegie museum exhibitions.
Alphabet City, the nonprofit’s literary center, is set to open in the former Masonic Hall on North Avenue in the fall.
The exhibit “Captain America: 75 Years of the Sentinel of Liberty” runs through Aug. 14 and features rare pages from top comic-book artists.
Pittsburgh Symphony performances, May Market and the popular Bed to Ten dance party are all slated for this weekend.
Fiberart International 2016 opens Friday with 81 works that are among the most exciting work being done in fiber today.
Retired 93-year-old surgeon Dr. Robert Baker of Greenville, Mercer County, finds new passion in sculpting, despite failing eyesight.
Comedy and classical, jazz and guitar music populate the schedule for the coming week.
Nearly 1,000 people were expected to attend festivities surrounding plans now in motion to restore the historic site on Bedford Avenue.
Deer Hunter, Jewel and a Bluegrass Benefit Concert are slated for the weekend as well as ”Cirque de la Symphonie” at Heinz Hall.
Restaurateur Michael Chow aka Zhou Yinghua returns to his painting roots in ”Voice for My Father” at the Andy Warhol museum.
Once restored, the Arab Courier diorama featuring a lion attack at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History will be prominently displayed.
“Grease” at the Byham, ”The Illusionists” at Heinz Hall and lots of Earth Day events cap off the weekend.
Carin Mincemoyer, Jesse Best and Trevor Lee and the Land Art Generator Initiative are public art highlights at this summer’s arts festival.
Work on the playwright’s childhood home on Bedford Avenue is set to begin May 1.
New York real estate company acquires the historic former train station, now a 242-unit apartment complex, for an undisclosed amount.
Comedy, art, film and classical, rock, jazz and R&B music populate the schedule for the coming week.
The director canceled a two-day visiting critic stint at the University of North Carolina citing House Bill 2’s impact on LGBT rights.
The Steel City Con, organist Cameron Carpenter, Dawn of Midi and more are coming to town this weekend.
Fort Ligonier will spend $8 million to build an education center, upgrade its museum and rebuild the wooden wall of the east bastion.
Seminal performance artist Alison Knowles will open an exhibition at Carnegie Museum of Art in May with your help (if you bring a red found
Free tour of three modern Gothic churches in the city’s East End showcases the architectural vision of Ralph Adams Cram.
The South Side Church Crawl showcases architecture, beauty and history of nine churches.
Lots of theater and music on the schedule as well as some dance and the popular South Side Church Crawl.
Dale Chihuly is the subject of a talk by glass scholar William Warmus at Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
A cartoonist and jazz, classical and dance concerts populate the schedule for the coming week.
The Bayernhof Museum contains secret passages, automated musical instruments, man-made caves, a waterfall, a rooftop observatory and more.
Heinz History Center archivist, oral historian collect records, oral histories of Jewish life in rural Western Pennsylvania.
The Iraqi-British architect was first woman to receive Pritzker Prize, her profession’s highest honor.
Lots of music, including a concert band weekend, Cherish the Ladies and Christian hip-hop artist Andy Mineo are scheduled to perform.
The Frick Pittsburgh announced that beginning this week, it will extend Friday hours until 9 p.m and open a new pedestrian entry.
Events include Bill Griffith’s ToonSeum appearance Friday and the return of the Pittsburgh Indie Comix Expo on the South Side.
The cartoonist comes to Pittsburgh’s ToonSeum for deep dive into 45 years of his cartoon strip and a new graphic novel.
The 75th anniversary year celebration of Maxo Vanka’s murals in St. Nicholas Church includes a speaker series, conservation and lighting.
Jazz, concert bands and three tenors who can’t sing populate the schedule for the coming week.