“Factory Installed” exhibitions feature new media, new technology and new perspectives, both concrete and cerebral, at the North Side
Art historian “is really interested in the spaces that haven’t been talked about in Warhol’s practice.”
Magicians, music and children’s events are all on the calendar for the coming weekend.
“ENCORE...Back Inside the Artists’ Studios” returns to GalleriE CHIZ, Shadyside, with artist demonstrations and discussions through Feb. 24.
Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, which has promoted the work of local artists for more than 100 years, is looking for a new leader.
Some are new to Pittsburgh. Others were born in the Steel City and are now just hitting their stride. They’re innovators, they’re
Photographer Richard Stoner exhibits images of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art’s expansion project.
In its 11th year, the Science Center’s MessFest offers slimy Oobleck, chemical reactions and pudding “pi” eating contests.
A pop-up art studio, comedian Dan Cummins and a Mattress Factory tour are on tap this week.
Scott Leff says the University of Notre Dame has long displayed early-American Olmec art stolen from his father, a Squirrel Hill collector.
Guitarist-songwriter played in a number of bands, including The Shroud and the Side Orders.
Art students at Shaler Area High School have painted portraits of Syrian refugee children as part of The Memory Project.
Holiday events, concerts and a Messfest, all on the calendar for the last weekend of the year.
In this year’s Christmas painting, German artist Ernest Fiene portrayed steelworkers heading to work in Jones & Laughlin’s Aliquippa mill.
Natalie Barefoot attends Streams Elementary School in the upper St. Clair School District.
Lots of holiday fun on the schedule for the coming Christmas weekend.