With money from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation and Chevron, the Children's Museum will start maker spaces in West Virginia.
Martha Montesano is closing in on the creation of her 1,000th bracelet, a project she began after her daughter was diagnosed with cancer.
Fairs, jazz concerts, art festivals, Tim McGraw and free films round out the last weekend of the month.
Daniel Baxter, artist-in-residence at the Society for Contemporary Craft, is spreading is artmaking spirit one Kreepy Doll at a time.
The Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center will hold its public debut Saturday in the North Side’s East Deutschtown neighborhood.
“Pearlstein, Warhol, Cantor: From Pittsburgh to New York” at the Warhol is a captivating exhibition of the Carnegie Tech grads who made it.
Preservationists are fighting to save the historic structure, but others believe it’s time to build anew, resulting in a vigorous debate.
A show at the Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center on the North Side explores the next frontier from many perspectives.
The cart will be run by The Supper Club of Greensburg and will offer soups, salads, sandwiches and desserts from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse serves unique retail niche to keep more out of landfills.
“London/Pittsburgh,” an exhibition at the Silver Eye Center for Photography through Sept. 12, examines socioeconomic disparity through the
James T. Palmatary’s 1859 lithograph “Bird’s Eye View of Pittsburgh, Allegheny & Environs” is at the Frick Art & Historical Center.
The portrait was acquired by the seller’s grandmother from a Canadian gallery in 1985 and has been in the family collection since.
Eric Crosby, the new curator from Minneapolis, will oversee modern and contemporary holdings at the Carnegie Museum of Art
Former Andy Warhol Museum director Tom Sokolowski and national critic Blake Gopnik both expressed doubts to artnet News.
Take Soul Line Dancing lessons, see the 1859 “Bird’s Eye View of Pittsburgh, Allegheny & Environs,” listen to Reggie Watkins and more.
Delta Foundation is accused of changing its building on Galveston Avenue without getting the permits needed in a historic district.
Farm shows and county fairs fill up the weekend, along with shows by Counting Crows and Jimmy Buffett and benefit concerts.
“Bridge 13” at the Society for Contemporary Craft features artists Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor, Keith Lo Bue and Jason Walker.
Mark Klingler’s accomplishments as a scientific artist are on display at the Tom Ridge Environmental Center in Erie.
To celebrate its founding in 1965, the league is holding another monthlong show at CCAC Boyce campus.
Their work will be on display in the gallery space at Monroeville Library throughout August.
The late John Yothers touched many lives through his work as a teacher, artist and musician.
The 15th annual Three Rivers Storytelling Festival is just one of the activities on tap this weekend.
Jan Seski became the subject of international scrutiny this past weekend because he killed a lion in Zimbabwe that may not have been legal.
“Slinging Satire” asks “what’s fair?” in the era of Charlie Hebdo, but leaves you wanting more of a debate.
Works by artists bill Pfahl, Michael Mangiafico and Edward Pinto will be exhibited this month at Touchstone Center for Crafts.
Murrysville doctor Jan C. Seski donated two Nile crocodiles and one American alligator to the Carnegie Musuem of Natural History.
The executive producer of “Grey’s Anatomy” said she had no choice but to kill off Derek Shepherd.
Start off the week with a free concert featuring the Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra by the fountain at Highland Park.
Veronica Corpuz, who oversaw the Three Rivers Arts Festival for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, is stepping down.