Pittsburgh Symphony performances, Alabama indie-rocker Waxahatchee, Cold War Kids and Chuck Prophet are on the list of weekend performances.
The festival is presented by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and the Humanities Center of CMU in the Cultural District and Oakland venues.
A Somerset murals tour, Arthur Lubetz at The Carnegie, fly fishing artists in Homer City, and a Westmoreland mural embody arts diversity.
Graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang, the Shaolin Warriors and a Somerset Mural Tour are on tap this week.
The Home Show continues, Kid Koala hits town, Celtic troubadour Keith Harkin performs, and the annual orchid show springs to life.
“Styles and Customs of the 2020s,” a virtual reality work by N.Y. art studios DIS and Scatter, debuts Thursday at Carnegie Museum of Art.
DrumLine Live!, Kid Koala and Riverdance — the 20th Anniversary World Tour are on tap this week.
The Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh has chosen this Iowa native to oversee The Andy Warhol Museum. He has been with the museum since 2011.
Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh launches Carnegie Nexus with the programmatic series “Strange Times: Earth in the Age of the Human.”
The 13 films, shown Thursday at Chatham University, will focus on the people-planet connection and the many issues threatening it.
Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council convened a gathering Thursday to share strategies to keep the NEA and other programs.
Pittsburgh’s iteration of the Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon helps bridge a gender gap in articles by and for women in the arts.
George and Joann Vosburgh’s retirement means the PSO will have four open principal seats within the ensemble.
Jewelers Dan Dicaprio, Jillian Moore and Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro exhibit in Seton Hill University’s Harlan Gallery.
The Priory owner expands his empire, joining in a North Side bank’s renovation and buying the Westinghouse Castle, The Mansions on Fifth.
For at least a month before his death, Mr. Warhol had been ill but had done his best to keep up his usual exhausting pace.
“A Crash Course: Art History from Ancient to Now” will begin March 8 at Carnegie Museum of Art for docent program trainees and the public.
The National Endowment for the Arts and other conservative targets fight to remain budgeted.