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A juried exhibition of Bible-based art will be displayed at Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church on Greentree Road from April 24 to May 3.
Lynda West is owns The Fiber Mill & Studio at Ten Mile Village in Washington County.
Abstract painter Ramon Riley teaches art in the Pine-Richland School District.
The scholar and art historian, who lived in Shadyside as a child, is curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia.
The admission price -- from $17.95 to $19.95 -- will still give visitors access to both Oakland museums.
After being scorned by the local carpenters union in the ’70s, a woman’s determination has led her to create exquisite wood furniture.
Kathleen Montgomery’s “Body Memory Architecture” explores past and present. The exhibition runs through Sunday.
The proposed venture was announced last May during a black-tie dinner that celebrated the museum’s 20th anniversary.
Trace Adkins, Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion, Blackberry Smoke and more hit town this weekend.
Birds nests and their environments are featured in “Elements,” an exhibition opening Thursday at Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation.
Midwesterner Katie Ford is relatively new to the Pittsburgh scene, but her exhibit at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts feels right at home.
In the following weeks, visitors can expect to see the bamboo and willow trees grow green shoots in the Downtown art installation.
The Historic Review Commission is deliberating the River of Words art project while North Siders defend keeping words on historic homes.
The Highland Park artist’s images show its timeless beauty, worn oak chairs and the private spaces of local judges.
Allegheny County judges point out the less-than-desirable conditions in the Allegheny County Courthouse.
Mr. Watterson provides a rare interview with the curator of the cartoon museum at Ohio State University.
Jazz guitarist Nick Colionne, cellist Zuill Bailey and pianist Awadagin Pratt, “Adventure Bingo!” with Alexi Morrissey at Carnegie Museum...
Mr. Graves’ many buildings include Pittsburgh’s O’Reilly Theater and the exterior of the adjacent Theater Square in the Cultural District.
Exhibit, held at SPACE Downtown, traces the availability, use and impact of guns.
Do you have want it takes to be an art curator or conservator? Find out at the Carnegie Museum of Art’s exhibition “Uncrated.”
California artist Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor will discuss and lead workshop in making her fanciful works at Society for Contemporary Craft.
East Liberty-based art rental app Easely teams up with Swedish furniture icon Ikea to get low-priced prints to public.
Young artists honor victims of Charlie Hebdo shootings in contest sponsored by Pittsburgh’s French Cultural Center.
“Orange Is the New Black” co-producer/writer Lauren Morelli comes to town; Pittsburgh Playwrights presents “Dinah.”
He succeeds Linda Benedict-Jones, the museum’s first curator of photography, who retires this month.
Pittsburgh Book Arts Collective encourages artists and writers to think outside the binding to make works of art in book form.
The exhibit, titled “The Gallery,” contains works by nearly 100 students and continues through March 19 at Peters Township Public Library.
The teen artists and their teacher David Boyles welcomed guests to the opening reception of their weeklong show, “Prodigy.”
Carnegie Museum admission will be free on Thursday afternoons in March.
The Home & Garden show opens, Disney On Ice brings princesses to town and the crazy Q Ball to benefit Quantum Theatre hits town.
An exhibition and a fundraiser address the past and present of the Maxo Vanka murals in St. Nicholas Croatian Catholic Church, Millvale.
“ABC@PGC,” opening Friday at the Pittsburgh Glass Center, features interactive glowing letters by Seattle artists Jen Elek and Jeremy Bert.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sheri Fink speaks at Carnegie Music Hall Monday night; the PSO’s ’Play N’at“ series concludes Tuesday.
Patrick Moore, deputy director of The Andy Warhol Museum, will be managing director, overseeing all business-related operations.
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.