Artist talks, Smokey Robinson, soprano Charlene Canty and pianist Larry Allen and comedian Doug Benson are on the schedule.
Maritza Mosquera presents “Aqui” with work from 13 Latino artists at Assemble in Bloomfield-Garfield for Cafe Con Leche.
Among the festival displays will be Deb Andrison’s quill art, which is created by coiling strips of paper into works of art.
The top sellers included $347,000 for a large inlaid cabinet and $102,500 for an 18th-century bookcase.
SITE architectural studio founder and president James Wines presented a case at Carnegie Museum of Art for the hand as well as the computer.
Weighing 150 tons, the sand sculpture depicts eight steel workers at a mill.
Several objects collected by the late newspaper publisher sold for far more than their estimated worth.
Lots of music, bird nests and Shakespeare fill up the coming week.
Janet McCall has received a YWCA Greater Pittsburgh Tribute to Women Leadership Award.
Kilolo Luckett lectures about the achievements of Homewood’s Naomi Sims, the first African-American supermodel.
James Wines, of globally known New York-based architecture and environmental arts firm SITE, will speak Friday at Carnegie Museum of Art.
A look back at the Three Rivers Arts Festival shows a variety of public art and a new festival bringing together artists and entrepreneurs.
Scenes of rural, industrial Pittsburgh show its evolution from sleepy river town to industrial giant.
Comedians, the final shows of PPT’s “Buyer & Cellar,” Chanticleer and art talks are in store this week.
As the wood turns, the American Association of Woodturners arrives for its national symposium in Pittsburgh next week.
Betty Douglas loves to paint and sing. Tonight, the artist will be singing jazz standards as part of The Andy Warhol Museum’s Sound Series.
PSO performing Disney music, a new opera, Imagine Dragons, the Mattress Factory’s Urban Garden Party and Dierks Bentley are on tap.
The 30th Nationality Room at the Cathedral of Learning will be the Korean Heritage Room, set to be dedicated in November.
Four other Nationality Classrooms are in various planning stages at the University of Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning.
Yale art historian and curator of “Rolling Hills, Satanic Mills:The British Passion for Landscape” speaks Friday at The Frick.
After three years of interim leadership and financial struggles, Eric Dorfman has been named the permanent director of the museum.
The annual festival drew thousands of people Downtown during its 10-day run that featured music, food and lots of artwork and activities.
Free tours of Monroeville historic homes show frontier progress over the generations.
Three grassroots plans to beautify city steps with art projects emerge as the city begins its first comprehensive survey of public steps.
Jamaican-born artist Tamara Natalie Madden emphasizes the humanity -- and nobility -- of the island nation’s residents in exhibition.
Jesse Andrews, author of the New York Times best-selling novel “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” appears at Writers LIVE @ CLP — MAIN.
What’s to love Downtown as the Three Rivers Arts Festival wraps up this weekend? Plenty!
Sitting under the Portal Bridge, “Confluence” makes use of the space it occupies by putting 60 beds on each side of the pedestrian bridge.
A guide to the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival's visual work.
“A World Imagined” by photographers Kelli Connell and Sara Macel explores the emotional and psychological terrain of personal relationships.
Mayor Bill Peduto released his long-awaited plan for renovations and improvements in about 300 buildings owned by the city of Pittsburgh.
Brett Kashmere, a Canadian-born writer and filmmaker, and now Pittsburgh local, is an investigator of the culture surrounding sports.
The free concert will start as scheduled at 7:30 p.m.; doors open at 6:30.
From 2009 to 2014, Jo Ellen Parker led the school, which is closing in fiscal distress. Critics and supporters are debating her legacy.
“Music for Midsummer Nights,” a new art exhibit at Westmoreland @rt 30, and a performance by Max Leake on tap this week.
A meeting has been scheduled for Monday to discuss the historic Shadyside structure.
The Lost & Found Factory gives people a chance to commission their own art and recover something that they’ve lost.
Enjoy pottery, photography, or jewelry? Find these and more at this year’s Art in Action, scheduled from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Sunday.