Through crowdsourced anonymous donations, the Museum of Broken Relationships transforms mundane artifacts into healing artwork.
“Climatic: Post Normal Design” at Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University looks for creative solutions to climate-induced problems.
Political commentator Cokie Roberts, John McIntire’s Dangerously Live Comedy Talk Show and reggae band Third World are on tap this week.
A resurgence in spinning — twisting fibers together to make yarn — keeps members of the Loyalhannon Spinners productive as well as relaxed.
Lots of seasonal music along with decorated trees and other events populate the weekend at hand.
Pittsburgh’s original grass-roots craft fair is the real-life version of Etsy.
Seth Clark and Jason Forck walk a line between conceptual and nostalgic in the exhibition “Dissolution” at the Pittsburgh Glass Center.
Over $300K has been awarded to 18 artists and foundations by a partnership between the Pittsburgh Foundation and The Heinz Endowments.
The show at Industria, south of the Highline, fills 17,000 square feet with an extensive array of memorabilia from the band’s last 50 years.
Comedian Mike Epps, a forum on the art exhibition “Repository” and a Christmas-themed program by Stile Antico are on tap this week.
Ceramist Laura Jean McLaughlin has created, with the help of the community, a tile mosaic mural on the Oakley Street steps on the South
Mary Schenley’s lap desk will be sold 174 years after the Pittsburgh heiress gave it away before eloping to England with a much older man.
The Kassia Ensemble, comedian Brad Williams and a Billy Strayhorn tribute are on tap this week.
Three local foundations buy Ron Donoughe’s paintings of 90 Pittsburgh neighborhoods and give the collection to the Heinz History Center.
Entertainment celebrities and politicians skewered the president-elect and a New York fundraising event.
Carnegie Science Center on the North Shore adds the iconic research lab to its Miniature Railroad & Village.
Nine windows on the Smithfield Street side of the building will house two exhibits of the famous Hill District photographer's work.
Artist Andrea Polli and WindStax use 16 vertical turbines powered by wind to light the Rachel Carson Bridge for the holidays.
Daniel Borzutzky won for his latest collection, “The Performance of Becoming Human,” at the 67th National Book Awards ceremony.
The Sixth Nationwide Juried Catholic Arts Exhibition, at The Saint Vincent Gallery, contains imagery that contemporizes Church teachings.
Trans South Asia performance art duo DarkMatter and Frick Collection in New York chief curator Xavier Salomon are on tap this week.