From New York Fashion Week to Calvin Klein’s latest ad campaign, Warhol’s works are enjoying much more than 15 minutes of fame.
Music, theater and tattoos are to be found in the area this weekend.
On Carnegie Mellon University’s campus, Miller Gallery houses an exhibition of tech-related art that reclaims the female perspective.
Noted New York fine art photographer and McKeesport native Duane Michals launches a new direction with his film “Talking Pictures.”
In 'Interpretations' exhibit, Joy-Marie Thompson reimagines photos featuring famous performers at the August Wilson Center.
“Valentines on Ice” skating for adult sweethearts, “Taj Express: The Bollywood Musical Revue” and the quartet Hypercube are on tap this
“125 Years of Barware Made in Pittsburgh” among the highlights of the 42nd annual Pittsburgh Antiques Show & Sale on Feb. 18-19.
Lots of music, monster trucks, Valentine’s Day festivities and a Black History Month exhibit on the schedule for this weekend.
A new exhibition proves that not all artwork is exactly what it seems.
The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Vallery is hosting a multiseason plein air painting contest to celebrate 20 years.
The Danish String Quartet, vocalist Valerie June and John McIntire’s Dangeroulsy Live Comedy Talk Show are on tap this week.
The search is on for the executive director of the African American Cultural Center, which owns and operates the August Wilson Center.
Music, kids events and CAPA students take on August Wilson’s “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” during the coming weekend.
A priest from St. Vincent Archabbey will explore Salvador Dali’s deep connection to food in a lecture Friday at Shaw Galleries in Downtown.
Brooklyn artist Archie Rand will speak about his “Sixty Paintings From the Bible” Saturday at the American Jewish Museum, JCC.
Hip-hop artists R.A. the Rugged Man and A-F-R-O, musicians Hiss Golden Messenger and the photo exhibit “Fellowship” are on tap this week.
Stylebook snapshot: Style meets science in Iris van Herpen fashion exhibition at Carnegie Museum of Art
“Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion” will be on display in Oakland Feb. 4 through May 1.
After French King IV pursued her, Charlotte-Marguerite de Montmorency sat for a portrait that’s featured in “The Frick Collects.”
Artist talks, Richard Marx and Rick Springfield peform, a training camp and a hip-hop competition all take place this weekend.
Museumgoers, enthralled by the diorama for generations, will be able to engage with the exhibit at a new location beginning Saturday.
Edgewood resident Sylvester Damianos earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture with honors from Carnegie Institute of Technology.
Oakdale resident Kathleen Mulcahy holds a master’s degree in glass sculpture and three-dimensional design from Alfred University, New York.
“Opposites Attract: Kathleen Mulcahy and Sylvester Damianos” contrasts work by two area artists at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Author Chris Bohjalian, BACHBOOMBOX and the Bugallo-Williams Piano Duo are some of the arts on tap this week.