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Green infrastructure advocates and water artists say timing’s perfect for stormwater management to merge with a new development in Larimer.
A World of Wheels, “My Fair Lady,” classical and rock music, a Gallery Crawl, comedian Tommy Davidson and Gladys Knight are all on tap,
Organized by the Three Rivers Quilters Guild, the show offers cash prizes and ribbons to first- through third-place winners in 15
Duane Michals reflects on art and art making, being gay and on his impressions of Andy Warhol.
7800 Susquehanna holds Urban Tree, Edio Casegoods, New Precision Technology, Trade Institute of Pittsburgh, Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh.
An 1859 view of Pittsburgh that measures 7 by 3½ feet is for sale in New York City.
Joe Wos, the Downtown museum’s volunteer director and founder, left last year to pursue other projects.
Pittsburgh native Thornton Oakley captured the city’s industrial boom in 30 black-and-white drawings during a 1913 visit.
The deadline for visual and performing artists to submit to the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival is Feb. 1.
Beethoven on the Bluff series at Duquesne, saxophonists Maceo Parker and Marcus Anderson, PSO presents “Pokemon: Symphonic Evolutions ...
“The Civil War and the Harmony Area” at the Harmony Museum will complement the Sen. John Heinz History Center’s traveling exhibit focusing
Seven artists explore family and place in “Close to Home” at Silver Eye Center for Photography on the South Side.
Traditionally photography is a two-dimensional art form, but not for Pittsburgh-based artist April Friges, who sculpts with her photography.
About 40 exhibitions of that artist’s work — much unseen by the public — will be flooding university art museums and institutions.
Second City comedy troupe returns with “N’at’s All Folks!” Sesame Street Live’s “Elmo Makes Music” rolls into Consol Energy Center
The painting, thought to be the work of Italian artist Pietro da Cortona, is in the midst of a two-year, $100,000 conservation effort.
Planned work includes the installation of new interactive activities for children and maintenance of the museum’s life-size figures.